or slap me out of it idek

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whatever happens out here one thing is certain: you will account for me

Betty/Betsy

1064 words / ao3

“Why doesn’t he ever talk about his girl?” Jack is leaving the showers when he accidentally hears the conversation by the lockers. 

“Do you think she exists?” One of the other guys laughs, another slapping him on the back in agreement.

“I’ve heard him on the phone to her, anyone know her name?” The first guy says. Jack hasn’t been with the team for too long and he can’t quite figure out their voices - not that it matters. He doesn’t need to know who is discussing his love life or speculating about the existence of his girlfriend. He could laugh, with how accurate their surmising is so far, if it didn’t make him feel sick.

“I’ve heard him say, like, Betty or Bets a couple of times. Maybe Betsy?” Someone suggests. “Betsy sounds like she could bake, which makes sense.”

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She-Wolves

RWBY Relationship Week

Day 5: Coco Adel / Pyrrha Nikos

Words: 1,153

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Coco Adel had a certain… habit, and it was pretty hard to miss. 

Even if you hadn’t been paying attention to the events leading up to it, when it did eventually happen, it turned more than just a few heads.

It tended to happen most often with her teammates, because they were the three people around her most often. But when the opportunity presented itself, Coco would… reach out to others as well.

Literally.

She’d reach out and slap them on the rear. 

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“First of all, did you know I was adopted?” I asked, looking at her face to see if she was about to lie.

“You know I can’t lie to you! Of course, I knew you were adopted. You don’t even look like us. I thought you would figure it out by now,” Eve laughed.

“I can’t believe you never told me!” I slapped her.

“Well, I didn’t want to hurt your feelings. Plus it’s really obvious that you’re not related to us because you have blond hair,” Eve said, looking at her hands.

“Oh well, whatever!” I said, laughing. I wasn’t going to let that ruin my day.

…well that was a rollercoaster from start to finish