Thor chuckled and kissed her back before following her to the garage. “I could have just flown us.” he muttered as he got in, watching the building shoot past as they drive toward wherever they were going.
Daniel sipped on his beer as he watched them,”Glad to see some one makes this wild on happy, haha.”, he said with a grin forming after his chuckle. He looked at the food and back at them,”You two aren’t hungry? I mean Jess I guess I figured, but Luke, with all your favorites, how can you not be hungry?”
"Woah, hey now. Don’t go stickin’ words in my mouth, Danny. We won’t have many leftovers when I’m done, bro." He laughed and clapped his hand onto Danny’s shoulder.
Thornwas busy fiddling the impossibly small buttons on one of his shirts when Carol walked in. He started at the Caltain America t-shirt before turning his attention back to his buttons. “I cannot seem to get them on. Should I just show up shirtless?” he joked, smiling at her.
Daniel chuckled at Luke,”I figured you would like this”, he caught the beer he tossed at him and upped it with his bare hands smirking at the two of them as nothing was wrong,”Jess, you haven’t been to a party, until you have survived a Danny and Luke party”, he said laughing a bit remembering some good old times for them.
"Ain’t no party like a HFH party!" Luke laughed and kissed Jess back, then drawing the both of them in for a big hug. "And there ain’t nobody else I wanna party with!"
Daniel had called up some places to get food ready and everything. He wasn’t going to let his many guest come hungry and leave hungry. That’s not the type of guy he was. With that taken care of he got a DJ just to set the mood. He knew that a party had to have music playing if it was going to be good. He kicked it off with the DJ playing http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouwCWDbBskU . He figured Luke would love this song. Daniel felt like it reminded him of Luke
Right when Daniel get everything settled in and ready he heard his roommate unlocking the door and walking in. He stood up and smiled as the room had a banner say ‘Welcome home Luke!’ and had balloons everywhere and beer and all his favorite foods ready,”Welcome home Luke, you were greatly missed, my brother.”
The ride to the apartment from the mansion was a good one. Things were so much easier for him now that he’d finally asked Jess out. He held her hand the entire time, truck moving along lazily, wanting to prolong the ride as much as possible. When he parked, he walked hand-in-hand with Jess, twirling the keys around.
What he wasn’t expecting was the veritable metric shitton of food and drinks. He whistled appreciatively as his foot tapped to the beat of the music. He shuffled into the door, half walking, half dancing his way over, grabbing beers, tossing them to everyone there. “I should leave more often. Damn.”
I manage to upset people all the time these days. Back in my time, I was the one getting upset by rude people. Now I’ve turned into the rude person.
The difference between rude and unadjusted could span the entire universe, Steve. Is it rude when you enter the home of a Japanese man and don’t remove your shoes? No. It’s not something you’re used to doing, even if it’s the norm there.
Steve, you belong here, with us. Alright? And don’t you dare challenge me on that. I’m sure everyone here would agree.
I don’t understand the way the world works. I don’t fit in. Everything I say is wrong.
Give it time, Steve. Things have a funny way of working out. So one or two people got defensive. That’s two in, what, 7.2 billion? If you can make it through life and only offend two people for a little bit? You’re doin’ something right, man.