"So, would I know anyone else?“ Bay queried, before recognising he was probably pushing too far. "Uh, sorry, you don’t have to answer that,” he quickly withdrew the question, ready to drop the subject. For a moment, Loch seemed ready to do the same, before giving a reluctant sigh.
"Two girls. Tia and I dated for a bit… it didn’t last long. She was… clingy,“ he recounted awkwardly. Bay snickered at the thought of his brother dealing with someone overly affectionate, an image that didn’t fit together well.
"Sorry,” he apologised with a faint chuckle, as Loch levelled another glare at him. Loch rolled his eyes before starting again.
"And…“ he stopped short.
"Alice Grimm?” Bay asked in surprise. Tia and Alice were both very beautiful girls, the kind he wouldn’t have expected his brother to approach. Then again, until yesterday, he hadn’t really pictured Loch dating anyone. “You dated Alice Grimm?”
"Not… exactly,“ Loch said hesitantly, shifting uncomfortably in his stool.
"So… A one night stand?” Bay asked with raised brows.
"Nooooo…“ Loch stared intently at the floor, refusing to make eye contact again.
"A repeated hook up kind of deal, then?” Bay asked, genuinely surprised, and kind of impressed. Loch gave a noncommittal shrug, but the slight blush in his cheeks gave him away. Bay would never of suspected something like that from him, but if he’d learnt anything in the last two days, it was that he clearly didn’t know his twin as well as he’d thought he had.