tit for tat: those dorks what are on your blog, for the ship meme
ARE YOU GIVING ME AN EXCUSE TO TALK ABOUT MY PRECIOUS ADORABLE CRACK OTP!?
makes the bed in the mornings
Neither of them. Not because they’re slobs(though you could make an argument) but because neither of them really have the time or see the point. If Aunt May or The Cages come to visit, Danny or Peter respectively will make the bed and go crazy on the cleaning. (“Peter, they’re not going to look in our room.” “THEY MIGHT!”)
has sole possession of the T.V. remote
Peter does. Danny’s been in New York for awhile, but Peter still sees it as a mission to fill up his head with enough pop culture references to kill a tauntaun. Danny just sort of rolls with it because he thinks it’s cute when Peter gets really excited watching an old film and trying hard not to talk along with the dialog.
stays up until 2am reading
Peter again. Danny likes campy ‘cozy’ mystery books(he and Luke like to make up ridiculous past assignments for the HOH and tell Ava and Victor about them), but Peter gets caught up with science journals and ridiculous scify books. Sometimes he passes out on the couch with a book open on his face.
is the bigger cuddler
Danny. Danny’s a secret cuddler, he likes people and being around people. With his partners(in this case, Peter) he likes cuddling and holding hands, sitting close on the couch, arm around him or Peter and just being close.
does the laundry
Peter. Danny is horrible at laundry. In the past he’s literally ruined entire loads and just gone out and bought new clothes. He’s filthy rich, so he rationalizes sending his clothes out to be cleaned. But for the uniforms he can’t really do that, so Peter’s in charge. (which would be great if the Spidey suit wasn’t red.)
mows the lawn
They live in New York, they don’t have a yard. But when they go to visit Aunt May(back when she was still in Queens) Danny would mow the lawn. He likes the kind of domestic feeling of it because he’s a dork, and Peter’s mowed enough lawns in his life time thanks. (plus Danny still feels the need to impress Aunt May).
is better at budgeting
Peter. If there’s one thing he’s learned in his relationship, it’s that rich people are horrible at budgeting. Peter’s been poor so long that it’s second nature for him to look out for the money and costs. Danny doesn’t really care, but since being Luke’s partner he’s been a lot better than he was when he first moved to New York(not that that argument works with Luke, Jess or Peter that time he bought Dani an alpaca)
instigates the sex (and who’s into the kinkier stuff)
Danny and Danny. For as much as Peter is a card-carrying adult now, a lot of the time he still feels like a scrawny little teenager uncomfortable in his own skin. Danny never really had that period in his life, and he’s decided it’s his mission to make sure that Peter knows how amazing he is.