“Noah, don’t ask me a question if you don’t want to know the answer!” Luke said with a slightly raised voice.
“But Luke, you have to answer seriously!” Noah almost yelled.
“I am serious, and so is my answer. Why would I kid about that?” Luke was a bit miffed about his boyfriend’s behavior.
“Because I have to believe that you’re not taking this seriously. I mean why else would you hurt me like this?” Noah said, with a red face.
“Don’t you think you’re exaggerating just a bit, Noah? How can my answer possible be hurting you?” Luke was starting to get very frustrated with his otherwise endearing boyfriend. Usually he loved Noah’s little quirks, but this was pushing it.
“Luke, you are hurting my movie cultural being by choosing ‘Zoolander’ as your favorite movie!” Noah yelled this time.
“Noah, you know I don’t share your love for movies. And I think it’s funny, okay? Stop judging me, because I can’t appreciate the movie culture in the same way you can,” Luke yelled back.
Noah let out a frustrated noise. He couldn’t understand Luke right now. “I guess I just can’t see things from your point of view.”
“I guess you can’t, but that okay, Noah. I can’t always see things from you point of view either, baby,” Luke said moving closer to Noah on the couch.
“What?! You can’t,” Noah exclaimed, still feeling a bit insulted.
Luke chuckled softly, “No, baby. But that’s alright, ‘cause we don’t always have to agree on everything. That doesn’t mean I don’t love you.” Luke paused. “’Cause I do, you know? I love more than anything in this world. You’re everything to me, even if ‘Zoolander’ is my favorite movie.
Noah suddenly started laughing, “I’ve been ridiculous, haven’t I?
“A bit, yes. But it’s okay. As long as you love me,” Luke said with a smile.
“I do, Luke. I really do,” Noah said leaning in to give Luke a kiss.