Alphie wrote:I'm going to take a stab at the question Blue asked and say that the difference between the ready-to-bake Edward and the normal Edward would be... directional. One is up, the other down. Think of his arms. They are solid like granite, right? But the move up and down somehow. The shape of his shoulders has to change somehow. So I'll just go with directional differences and leave it at that.
, thank you SO much! My life has now come full circle, I have the answer to my most thought about question. That makes total sense. Perhaps I need to go ponder that more....
Feathers wrote:So if he's not uncomfortable while relaxed, then... there's some kind of change to make him more sensitive when he's ready to bake?
Or is he not more sensitive when he's ready to bake?
Or is he always sensitive?
I'm giving myself a headache!
, in line with Alphie's answer, to cause the change in direction, there would need to be the um, what? icing? frosting? flowing through the uh, rolling pin? Hence, added sensitivity.