do you ever see someone’s opinion and just
and you try not to say anything because ok everyone can have their opinion but you’re still just
Ha! Okay, I will do it just for you, since you already know snarky comments are about to come!
Big spoon/Little Spoon:
There are no spoons; Akito prefers to keep a close eye on him. She doesn’t feel comfortable enough to have him at her back, and Shigure isn’t the type of person she wants to cuddle.
Favorite non-sexual activity:
Every activity between them is non-sexual. Akito doesn’t see Shigure as someone she could trust anymore. Sooo… Akito’s favorite thing to do is wad up paper and toss it out the window while calling out “Fetch” any time he annoys her. (This is often.)
Who uses all the hot water?
Akito! Shigure gets a cold shower to go along with Akito’s cold shoulder.
Most trivial thing they fight over:
They argue over books a lot, because Shigure insists he knows her reading tastes. Akito insists he has fluff for brains and continues to read what she wants.
Who does most of the cleaning?
Pffft… No cleaning would be done if it was only between them! Although, I think Akito would take better care of her clothes than Shigure.
Who controls the Netflix queue?
Shigure fills it up with movies that he likes, so Akito hacks into Kureno’s account (and by “hacks” I mean she orders him to give it to her).
Who calls up the landlord?
Hmm… Akito, I think. This one is up in the air. If the job actually gets done, then you know it was Akito who called about it.
Who steals the blankets?
What blankets are there to steal? Shigure isn’t allowed in Akito’s bed.
Who leaves their stuff around?
Both of them. They really are messy people… Kureno just wants to cry.
Who remembers to buy the milk?
Shigure remembers, but that doesn’t mean he actually goes to get the milk. It’s one of those times when he thinks he’s being funny, and Akito tells him he truly isn’t.
Who remembers anniversaries?
Akito remembers the day she stopped believing in Shigure, and that’s enough for her. Shigure remembers her birthday, but it’s never spoken of.