The problem with no pain that most people don't think about is that most human senses relied heavily on discomfort to inform the person that something was wrong. Like eating or sleeping. No discomfort, no reminders that those are things that Corrigan should be worried about. In fact it wasn't until they got annoyed that the sun was going down and making it difficult to read their book that Corrigan even realized that they had been sitting in the same spot without a break since early that morning. But, dammit, it was a good book and they wanted to finish it. With an annoyed sigh, they pushed themself to their feet and the blood rushing had them staggering to the kitchen much quicker than they had thought they needed to initially.
Digging through the fridge, Corrigan pulled out some random vegetables and leftover chicken before setting to make food quietly. This had been their existence since Matt had gotten them away from the Hounds, what a week ago? That was it. Barely a week. And Corrigan hadn't seen the other mutant since. Not that they were complaining about the free lodgings and privacy. It just got lonely. Not only that but they had questions about some strange dreams they had had. Dreams that didn't seem liked dreams but rather bits of memories Corrigan couldn't, or maybe didn't want to, remember fully. All they knew is he had been there. They had met before, in that place, though neither of them seemed to recall the other. Another part of them seemed to warn Corrigan that whatever they were forgetting was probably better left in the recesses of their mind and not further dug up, no matter their curiosity.
Either way, Matt hadn't been back to check on them. Corrigan frowned setting to the task of making a quick dinner with a glass of water, trying to push away the sudden sense of loneliness. They fried up some vegetables with the chicken in a bit of oil and spices before plating it and throwing the dirty dishes in the sink. Leaning on the counter, Corrigan pushed the food around their plate for awhile trying to get it to cool enough to eat while trying to motivate themself into eating despite their lack of appetite.