Why she always happened to be in the room when the lovebirds comes in, Pidge couldn’t even begin to understand. She’ll be minding her own business, messing with one robot or line of code or another, when -bam-!
Keith and Lance would burst into her quiet space and start flirting with each other. Things like:
“Mullet, so help me, if you even try to take my jacket again-”
“I didn’t take your jacket, Lance.”
“Then how come you’re wearing it?”
“You left it in my room-”
“So you did take it!”
She would electrocute them both if she could. Her brother had been no better on Earth with Shiro. She would be sitting in her own room, trying to figure out how to fix the toaster that her father had broken (again) when she would hear the noisy boys through their shared wall.
“Shiro, those aren’t your pants.”
“They so are, Matt.”
“They- Wait? Is Katie hitting the wall again?”
A sigh. “We get it.”
Of course, her parents were no better. Kissing each other every opportunity, sharing such loving looks…
Pidge sighs and sets her work down for a moment. If she thought about it, then she might say that she’s jealous. But she’s 14 and is just so done with all of that romance stuff. How is she going to survive when she’s surrounded by love birds?
That’s not to say she isn’t happy for them. Really, she loves seeing how happy her friends and family are when around their partners. But can’t they stop being gross? She’s 14!