There are all kinds of ways to measure love, but perhaps this is the greatest test of all: Would you still love your significant other if they didn’t have any skin? When Twitter user @niall_gee apparently said “no,” it led to a domestic squabble.
I cannot believe I just had an argument with my girlfriend bc I said I wouldn’t fancy her if she didn’t have any skin
— Niall Griffin (@niall_gee) January 27, 2019
The hypothetical conundrum is weird, for sure, and even calls to mind an infamous SpongeBob quote about having “glass bones and paper skin.” But many folks inspired by @niall_gee have asked their partners if they would stay loyal even if they did not have skin. (@niall_gee did not immediately respond to the Daily Dot’s request for comment.)
Some are arguing the deathly serious logistics of the very silly question.
I asked my fiancé this same question.. this is how it went down.. pic.twitter.com/Y9jgBaRxZ5
— catt (@Catherinelc94) January 28, 2019
Oh….my goodness pic.twitter.com/q73LQxSamS
— Andjela (@andjvitosevic97) January 28, 2019
Some Twitter users noted that an example of what a skinless human looks like can be found in the anime staple Attack on Titan. The mascot antagonist of the series, the Colossal Titan, defies basic anatomy and exists without skin. Confronted with this situation, it appears that many people would be willing to work through it.
Bf's looking at there gf's every morning with no skin pic.twitter.com/82Wp1t0YsJ
— Matt Marvel (@Matt_FindlayMMA) January 28, 2019
Perhaps the question is just as petty as getting upset with a partner for something they did in a dream. But if they won’t stick around after you become a nightmarish body horror ghoul, is it really true love?
— Ja¢ (@Juicy__Jac) January 28, 2019
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