She waved her hand, "it's family. Even if she needs to learn adaptation. I had to, we all did It's just the way of life. People find reasons to deny your users, so you find loopholes."
"Silly mortals. I remember that. Then Heroin came, and you and your siblings. I just laughed and kissed your head and told you how to do it. That's the very worst you can expect little bug, a little one to look after. The more people tell us no, the more they'll want us. Danger is what draws them, we keep them hooked." She grinned, "both."
She picked at the food, never very hungry. But she hadn't eaten in a few days so she could eat some fries. "Let them deny all they want little bug." Smiling she stroked his hair. "It'd be better for them if they adapted. Sometimes I feel like the only organic drug that managed to do it right."
She nodded, "well if you find a mortal make sure they use alright little bug. You keep them longer then. Other gods are finicky, outside of the family especially. Speaking of which, who all lives here now? Besides the one who messed with us, we have any concerns?"