I woke up this morning with the indentation of a four-hole shell button on my temple from where my head was pressed on Daniel's shirt all night. Daniel, who was still wearing said shirt, who slept sitting up on my couch with one hand on my head, the other on my shoulder, feet up on the coffee table, woke up at once. He swore a rainbow of agony to the skies when I asked him if he could even move. I slept semi-upright, my face dragging down the front of his shirt slightly, jammed in between the arm of the couch and his legs.
Schuyler, the bright one, had wandered down the hall and crashed on Ben's bed. Said he felt great this morning while Daniel and I managed to be civilized to each other over coffee and bagels with murder in our eyes.
Why didn't you wake me up?
I couldn't just leave you there.
Why not? It's my house.
You might get cold...or something. I don't know.
Schuyler raised his eyebrow and went back to being invisible behind the paper.
Daniel, what in the hell is going on?
He asked me to b-
OH MY GOD. Ben asked you to babysit me?
No, he just asked me to keep an eye on you.
You could have gone down the hall. Everything is fine.
There's something that keeps people from doing that, Bridge.
What do you mean? The global fear of the narcoleptic among you?
You look really pretty when you sleep, Bridge.
I don't even believe you.
You just confirmed that you're one hundred percent related to Ben.
Did you ever doubt that before?
The lack of nail polish?
Ben thought it was hilarious, and confirmed if I had to assuage my needs for affection on anyone, it should be Dan. He said Dan and Schuy could probably serve all sorts of needs of mine but thankfully he had to go before elaborating. Good, I didn't want to have to hang up on him anyway.
He meant shopping needs, for all the perverts out there. Ben doesn't really like to go shopping and it's been a bone of contention between us.