Sure, Hunnylingus is a word.
Let’s embark on a tour of plot entering this series.
Episode 4 begins as a backstory episode. It’s rather cute, with the Judges narrating Lulu’s life. She was nobility, apparently royalty if the tale is to be believed as 100% accurate, but again, you can’t trust everything you see as is. She was doted on by her parents. But as soon as her little brother is born (see: the new heir is born) she begins to miss her old life of privilege as everyone’s attention turns to the young prince.
And credit where it’s due, this little story takes on the form of a western fairy tale, even incorporating the “trial of three”, something modern retellings generally abandon.
Speaking of our trial of three, it comes in the form of Lulu putting her little brother in a box and kicking him down a cliff to his death. From which he returns almost completely unharmed. He does this to earn Lulu’s “promise kiss”, because he wants to marry his big sister (he is like, three). This is the first mention, but it will recur many times from now on, and it seems to be something within Bear lore similar to “true love’s first kiss”. And yet, the choice the judges present her is the following.
“Will you give up on love? Or will you give up on kisses?”
So is the kiss PERSONAL love, while love in general is just the concept? Or what? Who knows, still up for debate.
Lulu’s little brother dies trying to bring her a pot of pure honey. Ginko, however, is the one who returns it to her. She is a “criminal bear”, and is off to the other side of the Wall of Severance. Lulu, feeling a combination that she owes Ginko a debt and that she must repay the favor of a promise kiss by helping Ginko claim hers, will join her. Continue reading