The snake girl was named Celia, and she said that she was a nagakin who was majoring in illusion. Her fun fact was that she had a paralytic poison that could arrest breathing and she slept with her eyes opened so all we fuckers had better not get any ideas.
19: Table Conversation
“Personally, I don’t know what you’re complaining about,” Celia said. “At least if you’re a lesbian, you’ll never have to deal with some guy’s junk just sort of… hanging there… even when it’s not being used. The first time I saw a naked human, I thought he’d had some kind of hernia.”
“What, nagakin aren’t like that?” I asked.
“Our boys put their toys away when they’re done playing,” Celia said. “I never even saw my old boyfriend’s stuff. That’s fucking classy.”
66: Learning Curve
I loved, and I was loved. I belonged. I was at peace.
“The fuck happened to you?” Celia asked me as she sat down at our table, jarring me out of my reverie.
“What do you mean?” I asked. Her sudden arrival had shocked me, but I wasn’t really that surprised to see her. After Puddy had stopped eating with us, I’d kind of been half-expecting Celia to turn up again, with neither apology nor explanation. Not that she owed us either. She hadn’t been completely off the mark, after all.
“Aren’t you supposed to be full of confusion and self-loathing?” she asked.
85: Mixed Melee
“If she likes getting the shit knocked out of her, I think she’s in the right place,” Callahan said. “Though it’s kind of hard to imagine a place where she wouldn’t. Do something with her, will you? I can’t have crying kids in my class. They unbalance my fucking chi.”
93: Upon Reflection
I was his girlfriend?
In your face, latent homosexuality… I had a boyfriend!
Tales of MU. Not for the faint of sex or time.
Which is to say, there's implicit moving to explicit sexual content and somewhere around 275,000 words of story at this time. (The rule of thumb is 500 words = 1 printed page.)
I've also heard there are swears, but I didn't notice.
Also, don't allow me to unduly sway you to Celia or Callahan. They're minor characters. The major characters are much funnier.