Who cooks normally?: Tatia, when she feels like sinking into human conventions. Kol hates eating in but he does it for her.
Who uses all the hot water: Kol. Tatia joins in before he can.
Most trivial thing they fight over: Remote controls for everything; tv, cars, padlocks.
Who does most of the cleaning: Tatia is the neat one. Kol’s more concerned about anything external; if the neighbours are nosy, if Rebekah is going to crash their dinner and annoy them (him).
Who leaves their stuff around: Kol is a secret romantic who leaves gifts for her to find. No special occasion necessary.
Who remembers to buy the milk: Tatia. Kol watches her bake.
Who remembers anniversaries: Kol, but that’s because Tatia reminds him a week before. And then the next day. And the day after that.
How often do they fight?: Every time somebody squeezes into the shower. But that reaps rewards at the end of the day.
What do they do when they’re away from each other?: Skype. He usually surprises her by coming home a day or a few days early.
Nicknames for each other?: Kol calls her Tia out of affection. She calls him Nikolas to annoy him, but he’s grown to like it.
Who is more likely to pay for dinner?: Kol. Tatia is more likely to choose where they go for dinner.
Who steals the covers at night?: Kol. But she snuggles close behind him for warmth.
What would they get each other for gifts?: Tatia gets him things he needs. Kol gets her things she wants.
Who kissed who first?: Kol. But it was kind of a planned accident.
Who made the first move?: Tatia. She practically forced herself on him and he happily complied.
Who remembers things?: Tatia. Kol’s memory is only grand for witches who owe him debts.
Who started the relationship?: Kol and his surprisingly patient coaxing.
Who cusses more?: Kol.
What would they do if the other one was hurt?: Excuse you.Nobody would even dare mess with Kol in the first place. TVD was written wrong. But if he got hurt, anything goes when she flips the switch. If Tatia got hurt, Kol would make a bloody messwork out of the culprits. He’d paint the walls until the ceiling shone.