I hate your face, it makes my heart skip a beat [3/?]
“Do you know you are mumbling under your breath right now?”
Isak looks up from his notes to look at his biology partner, Sana who is giving him her usual amused, knowing look. He’d dislike her for it if it weren’t for the fact that he enjoyed her sass and general everything a lot. While their partnership had started off rocky when he came back to school, in the last month, he could honestly say that he couldn’t ask for a better partner even if they didn’t always agree on biology results. But then they both had a tendency of being stubborn.
“I am not.”
“You are,” she argues, raising an eyebrow. “You said ‘cocky idiot thinks because he’s hot he can do what he wants.’”
Isak startles hard at that, blushing red hot. “Please tell me I didn’t say that.”
Sana’s mouth twitches, the corners quirking upwards. “Why would I make that up? What did he do this time?”
Isak blinks at her trying to adopt a clueless expression. “Who?”
Sana gives him an utterly unimpressed look in return, and Isak wonders when he got so bad at lying, there use to be a time when he was good at it, after all, everyone he knew had actually believed he was straight once. “That’s cute, but you know the ‘dumb blonde’ act is just a stereotype, it’s not a real thing.”
“I have no idea what you are talking about,” Isak insist, but like he said if there was one thing Sana and he had in common it was stubbornness.
“Fine,” she says easily, way too quickly.
Isak narrows his eyes. “That’s it, you’re dropping it?”
“Yeah,” Sana says with an indifferent shrug. “If you don’t want to talk about Even and the weird mating ritual you two have that will more than likely end up in hate sex, we don’t have to talk about it. You’re my friend, and I respect you, shall we get back to the wonderful world of bacteria?”