Who cooks: Ren can cook a lot of traditional Chinese dishes and can certainly hold his own in the kitchen. Horokeu originally was a horrific cook, and attempts in the past were unappetizing at best and potentially fatal at worst. Even the worst abominations were not disposed, since people who leave leftovers go to hell. The hard work paid off, and Horokeu is now a wonderful cook and does most of the cooking.
Who does the laundry and other chores: Ren does the laundry and most household chores, though Horo helps out. Ren’s pretty meticulous about it and doesn’t trust Horo to be thorough enough.
How many children do they have: 3. Perfect number, according to Ren.
Who’s more dominate: Maybe Ren 60% and Horo 40%. Ren is a very dominant personality, but so is Horo. Pride would be a big element in Ren’s decision. He gets off on being forced out of defiance.
Favorite nonsexual activity: Snowboarding.
Their favorite place to be together: Mountaintops.
Any traditions: They like to watch the sunrise together on Chinese New Years.
Their “song”: “Come Out of the Shade” - The Perishers
What they do for each other on holidays: Backrubs, chocolate for Horo, and video games all night.
Where did they go for their honeymoon: New Zealand. They were sick of the cold in Hokkaido and the population density of China.
Where did they first meet: During the shaman fight.
Any pets: A white cat named Niúnǎi. (Chinese for “milk.”)
What do they fight over: Everything.
Do they go on vacations, if so where: They go on vacations when time allows, but they are both very busy. They like to go to tropical sorts of places, since it contrasts so much with China and Hokkaido.