There's an Indian family a floor below me. They're nice and they like me a lot after I told them about the time I spent in India volunteering. They sometimes give me food. Anyhow, the daughter is in college, I think, and the father appears to be lethally bored after work (I think he's a shopkeeper or something), so whenever he sees me (or any other neighbour) he stops to talk. Keira has been hanging around a lot, especially after the fire, helping us clean up, redecorate, etc., and he assumed she was my girlfriend. After I said no, he assumed she was V's girlfriend. Me being myself, I flat out told him she was nobody's girlfriend but V was my boyfriend. I expected him never to speak to me again, but he was like: Oh yeah, you two are very cute together, I should have realised. I don't know what surprised me more: to hear that from him (far be it from me to think that all people are narrow-minded pricks, but let's face it, most of them are) or to hear that I'm cute with someone. Me. Cute. Not to mention V is only cute when he puts his mind to it. I don't call him Poison for nothing.
On the plus side, I can continue counting on them giving me food. XPP
I love this guy's reaction and I don't really mean only the cute part here :P
I'm pretty sure that I kept calling my crush cute every now and then although he doesn't really look cute at all. It's just sometimes he felt obliged (or so it seemed) to show me some of his insanely cute reactions to certain matters XD I bet he didn't find his behaviour cute, though, and wouldn't have appreciated my thinking about him in this way.
Haha, yes, it was a nice surprise. I have a couple of homophobic neighbours but all they do is glare. I'm glad this one wasn't added to the list.
Cuteness is in the eye of the beholder. ;)) It's just when I'm being told that I automatically feel old because this is a serious bloody relationship, and what, are we expected to get married next or something? O_o I sometimes forget I'm not a teenager anymore.