((Well, this is basically the same post as the one I was going to put down from not even two or three posts ago. I just did some necessary editing, and presto, potpourri post surprise!....Or something funny like that :¬: ....Yeah. So, nothing to worry about, I griped for nothing...Sorry Cybog, I was very....uncool, I guess. I 'Pologize!
Roman glanced over the edge of the catwalk as he heard Xaiver say, "Good call, I guess I'll bring the wonder twins back here."
"Anytime comrade," Roman replied, finishing his work on the input panel.
Roman scratched his head before he covered the input panel back up, and looked up at the Lævateinn 2, and smiled as if he'd heard something.
"Thank you Lævateinn 2, I shall," he said with a smile, moving towards the end of the catwalk. He descended to the bottom level, and proceeded to walk towards the Aegis 11, all while resuming his singing. Once he made it, he climbed up the left foot to where Haruka was, and sat down, his singing quieting as he stared off into the hangar.
He got quiet, and looked at her, staring for a few moments before finally piecing together what he wanted to say in Japanese, "Hello Miss Haruka, you're as pretty as the last time I saw you." Roman was trying to go for the 'I'm not like that'
demeanor, but he felt that he was already beginning to fail, and deflated a bit.
.....So, you look cold," he commented normally in English, although his older wisdom, and common sense, told him she was in the least a little preoccupied in action, and thought. He hoped it wasn't because of him.
He fiddled with his thumbs nervously before saying quietly, "I'm sorry about earlier, even if I didn't insult anyone, or you, what I said still caused unnecessary problems. I'll be more careful in the future, I promise."
Roman was getting more nervous as the silence continued. "I, uh....." he tried thinking of something that would lighten the mood, and make Haruka smile.
"Would you like to wear my coat, the lower levels of the hangars are always colder than the rest of the facility, or so I've thought, and you really do look cold," he admitted, somewhat shyly.
"But, you said it was nothing to worry about," as he removed his coat, and set it to the side, between Haruka, and himself. He wanted to cheer her up, as she seemed preoccupied, but he didn't know how, until a thought popped into his head.
"So, Miss Haruka, do you like cookies?" He asked, referring back to his supposedly funny remark from earlier that she hadn't heard.