das Gepäck - baggage
der Koffer (die Koffer) - suitcase
die Handtasche (die Handtaschen) - handbag
der Rucksack (die Rucksäcke) - backpack
die Gepäckrückgabe(n) - baggage claim
der (Reise)Pass (die (Reise)Pässe) - passport
das Visum (die Visa) - visa
die Identitätskarte(n) (ID)/ der Personalausweis (die Personalausweise)- ID card
die Reiseunterlagen - travel documents
das Flugzeug (die Flugzeuge) - airplane
der Flughafen (die Flughäfen) - airport
der Flug (die Flüge) - flight
das Gate (die Gates) - gate
die Ankunftshalle(n) - arivalls hall
die Ankunft (die Ankünfte) - arrival
der Abflug (die Abflüge) - departure
der Ticketschalter (die Ticketschalter) - ticket desk
der Zug (die Züge) - train
der Bahnhof (die Bahnhöfe) - train station
der Hauptbahnhof (die Hauptbahnhöfe) - main train station
der Bahnsteig (die Bahnsteige) - platform
die Fahrkarte(n)- (railroad) ticket
der Ticketschalter (die Ticketschalter) - ticket counter
die Fähre (die Fähren) - ferry
das Boot (die Boote) - boat
der Hafen (die Häfen) - port
die Kreuzfahrt (die Kreuzfahrten) - cruise
das Hotel (die Hotels) - hotel
die Herberge (die Herbergen) - hostel
die Übernachtung (die Übernachtungen) - overnight stay
die Buchung(en)- booking
die Umbuchung(en) - transfer
die Reservation(en) - reservation
reisen - to travel
ins Ausland gehen - to go abroad
Geld wechseln - to exchange currency
fliegen - to fly
verzollen - to pay duty on
den Zug nehmen - to take the train
den Zug verpassen - to miss the train
den Zug wechseln/umsteigen - to transfer to another train
ankommen - to arrive
abfahren - to depart
fahren - to drive
warten - to wait
übernachten - to stay overnight
buchen - to book
reservieren - to place a reservation
erkunden - to discover
Unbroken and 10 More Great Movies About World War II
Based on the best-selling non-fiction book “Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption" by Laura Hillenbrand, Angelina Jolie’s acclaimed film “Unbroken” joins a long tradition of cinema’s interest in the intricate details of World War II.
Unlike many of the other films, however, “Unbroken" narrows its focus on the impact that one individual, USA Olympian and athlete Louis Zamperini, had on the hearts and minds of hundreds of other people in and around the war. For that reason, the film stands as an interesting look at one of the world’s most fascinating events and individuals.
With “Unbroken“ available on Digital HD now, and arriving on Blu-ray, and DVD on March 24, we’ve put together a list of 10 moregreat movies about World War II that you need to check out.
Duschen - to shower Wohnen - to live, to reside Bluten - to bleed Arbeiten - to work Singen - to sing Hoffen - to hope Wissen - to know Halten - to hold, to stop Können - to be able to, can Suchen - to seek, to search, to look for Gefallen - to please, to appeal to Finden - to find Ändern - to change Treffen - to meet Glauben - to believe Warten - to wait Liegen - to lie, to be, to be located Scheinen - to shine; to seem, to appear, to look Stellen - to position, to put, to pose (a question) Stehen - to stand Ersetzen - to replace, to substitute Erkennen - to recognize Benutzen - to use Erweitern - to extend, to expand Erlauben - to permit Verpassen - to miss (be late for, be unable to use or attend, fail to hit or reach) Bestellen - to order, to reserve Übernehmen - to take over Passieren - to happen Akzeptieren - to accept Abonnieren - to subscribe Spazieren - to take a walk, to stroll Prüfen - to examine Sammeln - to collect Meinen - to mean, to think Schauen - to look (at something) Steigen - to climb, to rise Fehlen - to lack, to be absent Stehlen - to steal Besuchen - to visit Werden - to be going to, will, to become Reden - to speak, to talk Warten - to wait Vergessen - to forget Lieben - to love Testen - to test Lösen - to loose, to remove, to separate, to solve Beraten - to discuss, to advise Schützen - to protect, to defend, to guard, to cover Bieten - to offer Merken - to notice, to realize, to memorize Erklären - to explain Hassen - to hate Lachen - to laugh Duern - to last, to continue, to take (time) Tun - to do Bestätigen - to confirm Wiederholen - to repeat Mieten - to hire, to rent Wecken - to wake, to wake up Dürfen - to be allowed to, to be permitted to, may Aussagen - to state, to testify Registrieren - to register Entscheiden - to decide Teilnehmen - to participate Betrachten - to look (at), to consider (at), to look upon Vorstellen - to move forward, to introduce, to imagine
Das Hausgerät (Hausgeräte) - household appliance Die Reinigung (Reinigungen) - cleaning Der Umzug (Umzüge) - move, removal, relocation Das Gerät (Geräte) - appliance, device, tool Der Schalf - sleep Der Haushalt (Haushalte) - household Die Zahnbürste (Zahnbürsten) - toothbrush Die Zahnpasta (Zahnpasten/Zahnpastas) - toothpaste Der Raum (Räume) - room, space Das Glas (Gläser/Glas) - glass Die Leiter (Leitern) - ladder Die Batterie (Batterien) - battery Die Toilette (Toiletten) - toilet Die Tasse (Tassen) - cup Das Tor (Tore) - gate Die Schüssel (Schüsseln) - bowl Der Teller (Teller) - plate Der Kühlschrank (Kühlschränke) - refrigerator Der Karton (Kartons/Kartone) - cardboard Der Rucksack (Rucksäcke) - backpack Die Flasche (Flaschen) - bottle Der Rasierer (Rasierer) - razor Das Bad (Bäder) - bath, bathroom Die Seife (Seifen) - soap Der Spiegel (Spiegel) - mirror Die Dusche (Duschen) - shower Das Duschgel (Duschgel/Duschgele) - shower gel Das Handtuch (Handtücher) - towel Das Shampoo (Shampoos) - shampoo Der Tag (Tage) - day Der Montag (Montage) - Monday Der Dienstag (Dienstage) - Tuesday Der Mittwoch (Mittwoche) - Wednesday Der Donnerstag (Donnerstage) - Thursday Der Freitag (Freitage) - Friday Der Samstag (Samstage) - Saturday Der Sonntag (Sonntage) - Sunday Die Woche (Wochen) - week Das Wochenende (Wochendenden) - weekend Der Werktag (Werktage) - workday Die Zukunft (Zukünfte) - future Der Alltag - everyday life Die Vergangenheit - past Der Angfang (Anfänge) - start, beginning Das Ende (Enden) - end, finish Der Ort (Orte/Örter) - place, location Die Kneipe (Kneipen) - pub, bar Der Platz (Plätze) - place, space Die Pension (Pensionen) - pension Die Unterkunft (Unterkünfte) - accommodation Der Bereich (Bereiche) - area Der Flughafen (Flughäfen) - airport Das Bundesland (Bundersländer) - federal state Die Region (Regionen) - region Der Bezirk (Bezirke) - district Der Standort (Standorte) - location, place, site Der Grund (Gründe) - reason, motive; ground, land Das Grundstück (Grundstücke) - land, parcel, real estate Die Zentrale (Zentralen) - central office, headquarters Das Zentrum (Zentren) - center, centre Die Halle (Hallen) - hall Die Fläche (Flächen) - surface Der Hof (Höfe) - yard, court, courtyard Die Innenstadt (Innenstädte) - inner city, downtown Das Inneres (Innere) - inside, interior Die Umgebung (Umdebungen) - environment Das Ausland - foreign countries Das Europa - Europe Das Ferienhaus (Ferienhäuser) - holiday home Die Heimat (Heimaten) - home, homeland Die Insel (Inseln) - island Die Hauptstadt (Hauptstädte) - capital Der Patient (Patienten) - patient Das Medikament (Medikamente) - medicine Das Pflaster (Pflaster) - band-aid Der Rollstuhl (Rollstühle) - wheelchair Die Praxis (Praxen) - doctor’s office Die Gesundheit - health Die Untersuchung (Untersuchingen) - examination Das Formular (Formulare) - form Die Krankheit (Krankheiten) - sickness, illness, disease Die Medizin (Medizinen) - medicine Das Krankenhaus (Krankenhäuser) - hospital Der Krankenwagen (Krankenwagen) - ambulance Die Krankenversicherung (Krankenversicherungen) - health insurance Der Unfall (Unfälle) - accident Der Notfall (Notfälle) - emergency Das Opfer (Opfer) - victim Der Zahnarzt (Zahnärzte) - dentist Die Zahnärztin (Zahnärztinnen) - dentist (f) Die Klinik (Kliniken) - clinic Die Therapie (Therapien) - therapy Der Alkohol (Alkohole) - alcohol Die Diät (Diäten) - diet Die Ernährung - nutrition Der Monat (Monate) - month Der Januar (Januare) - January Der Februar (Februare) - February Der März (Märze) - March Der April (Aprile/Aprils) - April Der Mai (Maie) - May Der Juni (Junis) - June Der Juli (Julis) - July Der August (Auguste) - August Der September (September) - September Der Oktober (Oktober) - Oktober Der November (November) - November Der Dezember (Dezember) - December Die Jahreszeit (Jahreszeiten) - season Der Frühling (Frühlinge) - spring Der Sommer (Sommer) - summer Der Herbst (Herbste) - autumn, fall Der Winter (Winter) - winter Der Spargel (Spargel) - aspargus Das Jahr (Jahre) - year Das Quartal (Quartale) - a quarter year Das Datum (Daten) - date Der Kalender (Kalender) - calendar Die Saison (Saisons/Saisonen) - season Das Weihnachten (Weihnachten) - Christmas Der Schluss (Schlüsse) - end, ending Das Alter (Alter) - age Der Geburtstag (Geburtstage) - birthday Die Phase (Phasen) - phase Das Jahrhundert (Jahrhunderte) - century Die Gemeinde (Gemeinden) - town, municipality, community Der Verein (Vereine) - club, society Die Öffentlichkeit - public Die Verbindung (Verbindungen) - connection Das Verhältnis (Verhältnisse) - relation, relationship Der Nutzer (Nutzer) - user Die Bevölkerung (Bevölkerungen) - population Die Jugend - youth Der Einwohner (Einwohner) - inhabitant Die Schnecke (Schnecken) - snail, slug Das Paar (Paare) - pair, couple Man - one, you, they, people (indefinite pronoun) Die Liebe (Lieben) - love Der Traum (Träume) - dream Die Not (Nöte) - need, necessity Die Freude (Freuden) - joy, happiness Der Wunsch (Wünsche) - wish Die Angst (Ängste) - fear, angst Der Eindruck (Eindrücke) - impression Der Gedank (Gedanken) - thought Die Ruhe - quiet Der Humor (Humore) - humour Der Spaß (Späße) - fun Der Witz (Witze) - joke Der Ärger - anger, annoyance, trouble Der Liebling (Lieblinge) - favourite, darling Die Lust (Lüste) - desire, wish, pleasure, joy Das Verständnis (Verständnisse) - sympathy, understanding, comprehension Die Schuld (Schulden) - guilt, fault, debt Das Glück - luck, happiness Der Termin (Termine) - appointmment, date, deadline Der Moment (Momente) - moment Der Morgen (Morgen) - morning Der Mittag (Mittage) - noon, midday Der Abend (Abende) - everning Die Nacht (Nächte) - night Der Zeitraum (Zeiträume) - period (of time) Der Augenblick (Augenblicke) - moment Die Uhrzeit (Uhrzeiten) - time, time of the day Die Zeit (Zeiten) - time Die Uhr (Uhren) - hour, o'clock, clock, watch Die Stunde (Stunden) - hour; lesson, class Die Minute (Minuten) - minute Die Sekunde (Sekunden) - second Der Zeitpunkt (Zeitpunkte) - moment, point in time Die Mitternacht (Mitternächte) - midnight Die Dauer (Dauern) - duration Das Mal (Male/Mal) - time (as in the first time, many times)
Schön - beautiful, nice Besser - better Best - best Super - super, great, awesome Voll - full Leer - empty Komplett - complete Fit - fit Regional - regional Automatisch - automatic Hilfreich - helpful Aktiv - active Relativ - relative Allgemein - general Extrem - extreme Original - original Seltsam - strange Wert - worth, worthy Falsch - false, wrong, fake Beliebt - popular, admired Echt - real, true, genuine, authentic Privat - privat Sinnvoll - meaningful, sensible Knapp - scarce Verantwortlich - responsible Bereit - ready Egal - all the same, unimportant, the same, matching, alike, no matter Offen - open Gemeinsam - common, mutual, shared Ausgezeichnet - outstanding, excellent Zuständig - competent, responsible Komisch - funny Genau - exact Fest - firm, compact, hard, fixed, rigid, steadfast Weich - soft Hart - hard Kaputt - broken Notwendig - necessary, essential Selbstverständlich - natural, self-evident Eindeutig - clear, definite, unambiguous, unequivocal, explicit, unique Begeistert - enthusiastic Sichtbar - visible Unsichtbar - invisible Abhängig - dependent Unabhängig - independent Bekannt - known Unbekannt - unknown Nützlich - useful, helpful Möglich - possible Unmöglich - impossible Praktisch - practical, convenient Persönlich - personal Positiv - positive Individuell - individual International - international Verpflichtet - committed, bound, obliged, indebted, beholden Kostenlos - free Krank - sick Täglich - daily Wöchentlich - weekly Monatlich - monthly Jährlich - yearly Heiß - hot Kühl - cold, chilly Letzter - last Unheimlich - creepy, eerie Interessant - interesting Langweilig - boring Ehrlich - honest Witzig - funny, humorous Dumm - dumb, stupid Schlau - smart Stolz - proud Total - total Böse - evil, bad, naughty, angry Nett - nice, friendly Tapfer - brave Ernst - serious, severe, grave Schlimm - bad Früh - early Spät - late Wenig - little, few Zahlreich - numerous
Als - when, while, as, than Ganz - quite, rather, very, wholly Sehr - very, a lot Ziemlich - pretty, quite Eher - rather, quite, somewhat Gewöhnlich - usually Normalerweise - normally Bald - soon Danach - after that Spätestens - at the latest Endlich - finally, at last Inzwischen - in the meantime Hier - here Dort - there Da - there, here Drüben - over there Oben - above, upstairs Unten - below, downstairs Vorne - at the front, in front Hinten - behind, in the back Nebenan - next-door Drinnen - inside Draußen - outside Innen - inside, within Außen - outside Überall - everywhere Gegenüber - opposite, across Lieber - preferably, rather Gar - at all Dann - then, after that, in that case Jetzt - now Heute - today Gestern - yesterday Morgen - tomorrow Halb - half Viertel - three-quarters of an hour before, 45 minutes before Sofort - immediately, at once Etwa - approximately Fast - almost, nearly, hardly Gerade - now, at the moment, just, a short while ago, only, exactly Damals - then (at that past point of time) Lange - long, for a long time, in a long time Mehr - more; no longer, never again, nothing more Oft - often Manchmal - sometimes Häufig - frequently, often Selten - seldom, rarely Plötzlich - suddenly Tatsächlich - actually Bisschen - a bit, a little Ob - if, whether Meist - mostly, most often, usually Keinerlei - no … whatsoever, no … at all Viel - much, a lot Desto - the Je - ever, per, the Je mehr, desto besser - the more the better Selbstverständlich - naturally Genau - exactly
A/N: Hello, everyone! I know this is short and it’s kind of crappy but I just had to write something about the birthday boy! So enjoy and Happy Captain America Day! Also, if you would like to be added to my tag list, just let me know!
Abruptly waking up, you swiftly turn on your side to shut off the incessant beeping coming from the alarm clock resting on your bedside table. Rolling onto your back, your eyes cast upon the peacefully sleeping figure next to you. Chest softly rising up and down, a small smile encompasses your face as you reach out to brush the soft blonde locks out of your favorite pair of eyes in the whole world. Today was the birthday of the love of your life and you were going to make it the best day ever.
After all, you only turn 99 once.
Trying to sit up as quietly as you can in order to not wake up the sleeping figure next to you, you climb out of the bed and begin to make your way towards the door. With once last look at Steve who laid peacefully asleep, you quietly shut the door as you made your way towards the kitchen. Deciding on making Steve his favorite breakfast, you hastily grabbed the necessary ingredients in order to give him breakfast in bed before he woke up.
Once everything was finished and on the tray, you tip-toed back to your shared bedroom to find Steve still sound asleep. With another small smile on your face, you placed the tray down on the bedside table so that you could wake Steve up.
Sitting down on the bed next to him, you once again brushed the soft blonde locks out of his eyes as you looked lovingly at him. Seeing him stir just a tad at your touch, you leaned down and placed a feather-light kiss to his plump pink lips. Pulling away slowly, you were greeted with long eyelashes fluttering open to reveal your favorite pair of eyes in the whole world. Smile growing wider, your fingers continued to weave themselves through the soft blonde locks as Steve looked up at you.
“Good morning, Handsome,” You quietly said as a smile graced Steve’s lips.
“Morning, Beautiful,” Steve replied as he sat up in bed. Reaching his hands out, Steve cupped your cheeks in his hands as he pulled your face towards his. Lips meeting in a breathless kiss, Steve savored the feeling of your soft lips against his slightly chapped ones. Pulling away ever so slightly, Steve’s smile grew even wider as he felt your fingers tug gently on the strands of his hair.
“Happy birthday, Steve,” You said with once last peck on his lips. Pulling back even further, you sat back on your heels as you reached over and grabbed the tray full of breakfast items. Placing it delicately on his lap, you sat back as you saw Steve eagerly grab the utensils on the tray. “Made you your favorite. Waffles and toast.”
“Doll,” Steve breathed out, looking up at you. “You’re the best. Have I ever told you that?”
“Only about a billion times,” You laughed as you took a bite from his toast. “Now, c’mon. It’s your birthday. I have big plans for you, mister.”
“Oh?” Steve asked, quirking up an eyebrow.
“Yes!” You laughed once more, this time gently pushing his arm. “Now finish up and get dressed. We have a big day ahead of us, birthday boy!”
Watching you spring up from the bed to go get ready, Steve smiled as he watched your retreating figure. “Man, I’m so in love with her.”
“Steve, oh, c’mon already!” You shouted gleefully as you grabbed onto your boyfriend’s hand. Trying to drag his enormous self with you, all Steve could do was laugh.
“Where are we going?”
“It’s a surprise!” You said with a smile as you continued to drag him. “Now let’s go!”
“Okay, okay,” Steve laughed as he allowed himself to be dragged by you to the car.
“Where are we?” Steve asked as you pulled into a parking lot filled with cars.
Giving him a sly smile, you got out of the car. “C’mon, you’ll see.” Once again dragging your boyfriend behind you, you stopped once you reached the front gates. “Ta-da!”
“A fair?” Steve asked in shock as you spread your arms out to display the rides and game booths before you.
“Yes!” You said happily as you took Steve’s hand in yours. “I know you haven’t been to one of these in years, considering you’re saving the world every other day, so I thought it would be fun for your birthday to take you to one where you could relax and just be Steve and not Captain America.”
“Doll,” Steve breathed out as he looked at you. “This is the best. I love it.”
A smile erupting on your face, you stood on your tip-toes to place a loving kiss onto his cheek. “Glad you liked it. But the day’s just beginning! Let’s go have some fun!”
As the night was drawing to a close, Steve could honestly say that this was the best birthday ever. Nothing compared to the feeling that Steve got as he watched you drag him all around the fair with a huge smile on your face. At every ride that you rode, you always held his hand tightly to reassure yourself that you were safe because you had Steve right beside you. At every game that you played, Steve couldn’t help but smile at you as your tongue stuck out just a bit in concentration as you tried to win him an American themed teddy bear because “Steve! It’s just like you! All American and cuddly!”
All too soon the day was turning to night on the best birthday Steve had ever had. There the two of you were, leisurely strolling down the dirt path lit up with the various colors from the rides hand in hand. In Steve’s free hand he held the American themed teddy bear that you won for him while in your free hand you held blue cotton candy. Steve didn’t know where the two of you were heading, but he didn’t care. He was just overjoyed that he was spending the day with his best girl.
“Thank you so much, (Y/N),” Steve said, breaking the comfortable silence that surrounded you. “Today has been the best birthday that I have ever had.”
“You’re welcome, Steve,” You replied as you pecked his cheek once more. “But the night’s not over just yet. We still have one last thing to do.”
“And what’s that?” Steve asked as he tried to stop the blush from creeping up onto his face. Whenever you kissed him, without fail, he would start blushing incessantly.
“This,” You breathed out as you stopped on the dirt path. The path that you were taking led to a small lake in the middle of the fair. Pulling Steve along, you guided him through the dark to a small paddle boat that was resting on the sand. “Are you up for a little boat ride and a show?”
“Show?” Steve questioned as he sat down in the boat. With a mighty push the two of you were off as you paddled your way towards the middle of the lake.
“You’ll see,” You teased as you flashed him a bright smile. After a little bit, you finally reached the center of the lake where you could see all of the stars shining brightly. Turning in your seat, you dug through the back until you found what you were looking for.
“Doll, what are you-?” Steve started but soon stopped once he saw what you turned around with. In your hands were two paper lanterns that cast a warm glow across your face.
“I know it’s probably stupid,” You started with a sheepish look on your face. “But I thought we could end the night by releasing lanterns into the sky like in the movie Tangled. I just know how much you loved that movie.”
A smile grew wide on Steve’s face as he reached out for one of the lanterns. “Doll, I would love to.”
Taking his own lantern in his hands, he counted down from three until the two of you released the lanterns. As the paper lanterns floated up towards the night sky, Steve stretched his arm behind you until they came to rest on your shoulder. The lanterns floated away, two little faint glows in the distance, until they twinkled out of sight. Just when Steve was about to say something, the night sky was lit up once more as fireworks exploded above the two of you in flashes of red, blue, green, purple, yellow, and every other color in the rainbow.
“Happy birthday, Stevie,” You said over the deafening booms of the fireworks above you. “Hope it was everything you wanted and more.”
“Doll,” Steve grinned as he tucked a lock of hair behind your ear. “You’re all that I wanted and more.” Pulling you into him, Steve’s lips found yours once more as the fireworks above you went off in a colorful explosion. And man, did that kiss put those fireworks to shame.
Blue Gate Crossing (蓝色大门), dir Yee Chih-yen (易智言). 2003.
Taiwanese filmmaker Yee Chih-yen follows up his debut Lonely Hearts Club with the romantic drama Lanse Da Men (Blue Gate Crossing). Best friends Meng Ke-rou (Guey Lun-mei) and Lin Yueh-chen (Liang Shu-hui) are 17-year-old high school girls. When Yueh-chen admits she likes the boy swimming champ Chang Shih-hao (Chen Bo-lin), she talks Ke-rou into talking to him for her. But Shih-hao ends up liking Ke-rou instead, and the rest of the film develops their sweet friendship and adolescent romance. The only problem is that Ke-rou thinks she might be a lesbian because she’s in love with her best friend Yueh-chen.
The film has been well-received critically. Dennis Lim, in a review for the Village Voice, observed the film’s “meticulous framing and haunting use of repeated motifs” reflects the influence of Taiwanese New Wave directors Hou Hsiao-hsien and Edward Yang. The Portland Mercury described the film as “a modern-day Chinese lesbo twist on the old Cyrano story” that “treads new territory in the teen coming of age drama realm,” praising Yee’s “haiku-like directorial lyricism.”
Gentle and reflective, Blue Gate Crossing ultimately doesn’t make a terribly strong impact, but it does impress with its well-composed visual style and sensitive handling of bittersweet emotion.
“W-what are you doing?” Dorian tried to keep his voice low, but he still found that his question was a bit squeakier than he would have liked.
“What’s it look like?” The Iron Bull retorted, now upending the metal trash bin he had found, dumping all the contents across the lawn.
“Making a mess,” Dorian replied. He felt unsteady on his feet, and took a few steps back to lean against the wall. Maker damn it all, he was going to have to suffer through a hangover in the morning if he was already this out of it.
“Yeah, well, it’s not my fault we got locked out, now is it?”
“Well, it’s not my fault Grimm sleeps like a rock.”
The Iron Bull just snorted, and then carried the now-empty trash bin to the back door of the house the Chargers all shared.
“Bull…Amatus…Can’t we just wait for Krem to come back from the club with the others?” Dorian asked helplessly. “I’m sure one of them remembered their keys.”
“You’d freeze your ass off.” And with that, he slammed the bin against the padlock on the fence.
Dorian winced at the resulting clang. “Yes, but don’t you think it’d cause less property damage?”
“It’s our place. Even if I fuck this up, I can take care of the repairs.”
He turned his gaze skywards with an overly dramatic sigh. “You just love smashing things for no reason. You need to join a wrestling club or something similar.”
“So you keep saying.” The Iron Bull slammed the trash bin down on the padlock, laughing a bit when the body of the lock finally hit the ground.
“I keep mentioning it so that you have a better outlet for your desire to fight everyone that crosses your pa-agh!” Dorian flailed a little as his boyfriend swept him up into his arms bridal style. “Oh, Maker! Put me down! I can walk on my own! I’m not that drunk!”
“I know. But I’m eager to get you down to my room.”
Dorian felt his cheeks warm with embarrassment. “You’re impossible.”
“I love you, too,” The Iron Bull replied with a smug grin, and pushed his way past the open gate.