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“And if I did?” He’s feeling a bit catty, but, he doesn’t truly hate Alois. At least, not anymore. It doesn’t mean his foil can’t irritate him.
“It isn’t as though I’d forgotten. You seem well — I’m just curious as to why you would have any desire to leave your precious Nirvana.”
“Well then I wouldn’t mind, after all it is your opinion.
Even if it’s wrong.” he said, smiling at the other still. He had grown fond of the child.
“You know me Ciel,” he started out slowly. “I get bored easily.” he said after. “It’s nice and all but still, once you’ve grown accustomed to it you need a little…adventure.”
“At least I understand when it is necessary and when it isn’t — a talent you lack. You are no less irritating than usual. What do you mean ‘lately’?”
“Come now, you honestly don’t think that do you?” he asked quite sincerely, looking deep into Ciel’s blue eye. “I mean of course, from the time we’ve been away-unless you were too much of a fool to even think that.
He doesn’t offer anything but his name in response. Their meeting and parting hadn’t been a pleasant thing — Ciel feels mixed emotions there. Although, he’s rather indebted to Alois for making him what he is.
“Not much of a boorish talker are you? Well I guess that comes with it’s benefits.” he scoffed lightly.
“Your unfortunate habit of reticence makes you a slight bore though.” he said after a while. “But that is alright I suppose…what has been with you lately?”
—-;”If you don’t get off me, I will kill you!” he said, in a harsh tone. “What do you mean by that? Honestly, you aren’t making a bit of sense, Trancy.”
“You’ve already tried that once haven’t you? I sincerely doubt that you’d ever get close again.” he said back, not at all minding the rough tone Ciel had. “You’re still just a tad younger…of course you wouldn’t make much sense of what I’m saying. but that makes it all the much more fun.”
Ciel laid there, looking up at his eyes, he could see the small smile that crept onto his face. He blushed, “W-what are you going on about! Sh-shut up! and get off me!”
“How naive to actually think that I’d listen to your small orders.” he said, shrugging. “Like I said before Phantomhive, I will have you.”
—-;”What—” Ciel mumbled, as he saw the other Earl’s eyebrow raised. He sighed in relief, thinking that he had let this go, but suddenly he found himself on the floor, with Alois on top of him. His eye widened. “Alois! G-get off!”
He gave him a small smile, not even bothering to come up with any snippy comments this time, or was he? “Why? you want to be on top?”
—-;”There is absolutely nothing worse than this!” he retorted. “No! I simply do not wish to dance with another male!”
“Nothing now is it?” he asked, curiously raising an eyebrow at him. “Fine, fine.” he said, falsely tripping over and collapsing onto Ciel. “Whoops~”
—-;Ciel kept his look of irritation. Somehow he was getting under his skin. His eyebrow twitched a bit. “You have got to be kidding! I will not dance with you!”
“I never kid.” he said, dragging Ciel forward. “What’s the worse that could happen though?” he retorted back. “Are you just so inexperienced that you’d die from it?”