Either 12 or 14 on the short fic prompt list please for Skimmons if you wanna. I love you writing thank you so much- you're awesome
12. is “It’s not only for kids just because it’s a kid’s movie!”
“What are you watching?” Daisy asks as she comes to stand behind the couch, peering over Jemma’s head to look at the TV. “Is this a kid’s movie?”
“Hm,” Jemma says with a nod, reaching a hand back absently and taking Daisy’s. “The Lion King.”
Daisy shrugs, kissing Jemma’s head as she turns away. “Never seen it.”
Jemma sits up straighter, holding tightly to Daisy’s hand so that she can’t pull away. She tugs her back, turning around to face her. “What do you mean you’ve never seen The Lion King?”
Daisy gives her a look. “Are you going to be okay?” She asks. “You look like you’re about to have a panic attack.”
“I can’t believe you’ve never seen The Lion King! It’s one of the greatest movies of all time!”
Honestly, Daisy is afraid to say anything else and cause further ire in her girlfriend. “I’m…sorry?” She lifts an eyebrow. “I mean it’s just a kid’s movie-”
“Just a kid’s movie!” Jemma protests vehemently. “Daisy, oh, Daisy, no.” She pats her hand sympathetically. “I just can’t believe you’ve gone your entire childhood without watching The Lion King. You never watched it in St. Agnes?”
Daisy shrugs. “The Sisters weren’t exactly movie people,” she says. “But if you ever need to know about Mary Poppins then I’m totally your girl. It was the nuns’ favorite.”
“Well, we’re going to change that,“ Jemma says decisively, tugging Daisy closer, impatiently. Daisy dutifully comes to sit beside her on the couch as Jemma starts the movie over. “We’re going to watch it right now. Prepare to have your life changed.”
Once again, Daisy can’t help but add, “It’s just a kid’s movie.”
“Just because it’s a kid’s movie doesn’t mean it’s just for kids,” Jemma singsongs, moving closer to Daisy on the couch. She rests her head against Daisy’s shoulder.
Daisy figures that she might as well stop arguing, considering that she’s about to spend the next ninety minutes curled up next to Jemma. There are definitely worse ways for to spend her time.