is always interrupting important discussions randomly to talk about some ridiculous incident that occurred during their day, also spams everyone incessantly
shows up only to read everyone's messages and doesn't even bother replying to them, might start typing out a response but then gets lazy/distracted halfway
overuses emoticons all the time and sends witty comments in response to every single thing. also somehow thanks to them everyone else ends up with a giant collection of pictures of people/things they don't even care about
freaks out and rants about whatever's currently bothering them way too much, makes lame jokes, also starts fierce and intense debates on the most random and unimportant topics
makes hilarious puns almost all the time and goes on a long rant about whatever's happening in their life
comes up with the lamest jokes ever honestly. also has a super serious side which involves them sending lengthy and detailed paragraphs on various intellectual topics
shows up to say something like "why is everyone fighting pointlessly like guys pls....chill" or sometimes talk about something interesting that happened during their day
keeps asking how everyone else is doing every 5 minutes + sends pictures and other life updates when no one else is online just to make sure the message thread is active
gets annoyed by the group chat after a while and ignores all messages, finally shows up 1 month and 1000000 messages later only to say "wtf why do yall talk so much honestly you're crazy....also btw today i--" and send a hundred more messages
keeps asking questions like "have you watched/listened to/seen/made/done the following things?? because you should" also probably the best at sending the most sassy and sarcastic replies
hardly ever shows up honestly but when they do it's either a super short message meant to tease one specific person OR some gigantic 10-page long essay on the complexity of life
is the poor kid permanently getting cyberbullied by everyone else :/
Regina and Robin (obviously) and "Can we pretend I didn’t just say that?"
Her jaw has dropped as they stare at each other over the island in her kitchen, his eyes wide as silence stretches on, realizing he’s made a mistake.
“Can we pretend I didn’t just say that?”
That, as if he hadn’t just told her something no one had ever dared say out loud before. “Did you mean it?”
“Did. You. Mean it?”
“I didn’t realize.”
Her hand finds her wine glass as she stares at him, levels him with her gaze. “You knew. How could you not know the difference?”
Between them sat a dish.
"I’ve only ever had this meal at the diner, I didn’t realize you knew how to bake it yourself,” he insists.
“You just told me the one from Granny’s tastes ‘a bit better.’”
“What I believe I said was, ‘Granny has made lasagnas that taste better than this.’”
Regina huffs and puts her wine glass down, turning around to shut the oven off. “That means you like hers better.”
“Yours is still quite good, Regina. It’s only one dish, and believe me, you do plenty of things much better than Granny.” He risks standing behind her, hands tentatively resting on her hips. “I do believe you’re quite the better kisser.”
“You’d know that from experience?"
"Oh, yes. She cornered me once, demanded I kiss her good and proper.”
The smile is in his voice and she can’t help the twitch of her lips. Turning, Regina attempts to glare up at him, but it falls short. “You’re a terrible liar.”
“Well, it’s a good thing I’m a thief,” he responds with a lopsided smile before bending to kiss her lips. When he pulls back, he strokes the apple of her cheek with his thumb. “Am I forgiven, then?”
“As long as you never tell the old woman you think her frozen lasagna is better than mine.”
“She will never know, and I pledge allegiance to only yours from now on.”
There’s no mocking in his tone, he’s serious, and she can’t tamp down a smile against his lips.
He’s just sworn fealty to her food, and she supposes that yes, she can pretend he never said otherwise.