He was rummaging through the clean laundry when she found him, tossing shirts and pants and underwear over his shoulder. Muttering under his breath, obviously looking for something, he didn’t turn around when she stood behind him.
“Natsu?” she asked expectantly, her temper growing.
Because, honestly, she’d just folded those clothes.
Natsu peeked over his shoulder at her and blanched. “Sorry about the mess,” he said sheepishly as he smoothed out a distraught pile. “But I can’t find my scarf and I looked everywhere. Do you remember where I put it, Luce?” He lifted a stack of her underwear, looking underneath with a worried expression.
Lucy sighed and rolled her eyes.
“I had to clean it, don’t you remember? Shutora threw up all over it, the poor thing,” she sighed, recalling the last time they’d babysat for Levy and Gajeel.
Their infant twins were a handful to say in the least. And their daughter, Shutora, hadn’t been feeling well apparently as she’d thrown up on Natsu right before bed – and then proceeded to cry all night. Which, of course, meant that her brother had cried all night too.
Natsu straightened as he, presumably, thought back to the same night. “Right!”
“Your scarf is outside on the line, air-drying. It should be fine by now,” Lucy chuckled.
His eyes lit up as he grinned. “Thanks, Lucy.”
Pulling her into a quick hug, he ducked and planted a kiss on her cheek, catching Lucy by surprise. It was short, sweet, and hasty – but filled with love all the same. Her insides fluttered happily and for a little while she forgot about her upset laundry. She was smiling and touching her cheek when he dashed out their back door and into the yard in search of his scarf.
Mam pytanie odnośnie piosenki tøp pt. "Two". Wiecie może o niej coś więcej?
Są dwie teorie dotyczące tej piosenki: jedni spekulują, że powstała ona po odejściu z zespołu Nicka Thomasa. W twenty one pilots zostało wtedy tylko dwóch członków, a piosenka mówi o wątpliwościach i obawach związanych z tak małą ilością ludzi w zespole (stąd tytuł “Two” czyli dwoje).
Druga teoria jest związana z Blurryface, o którym podobno mówi piosenka. W tekście piosenki padają słowa “I’m two” (jestem podwójny - czyli jestem sobą i Blurryface).