At Wreav's Wits End "You guys are disgusting." Wreav stated as he watched the two couples before him cuddle on the couches in his basement immediately after entering. "I mean, I knew Hiccup was a sap, but I had hope for you, Jack. Plus, Merida, I thought you would kick his balls if he came anywhere near you. I'm severely disappointed in you four." He ended his tirade by glaring at his younger brother Hiccup and his girlfriend Rapunzel, and then the brothers' best friend Jack and his girlfriend Merida.
"Chill, man." Jack remarked absently while grinning down at the red head in his arms. Wreav rolled his eyes. Where had his suave friend gone? All Wreav saw was a lovesick puppy.
"You'll understand someday." Hiccup said. Make that two lovesick puppies. Wreav knew his brother was soft, but he didn't know Hiccup was this soft.
"I think he's lonely," Merida mused, brow furrowing. Oh great, not this again.
"Very lonely." Jack replied and the two of them laughed knowingly. Wreav fought the bile rising in hi
Going to Market Jack Frost followed closely behind Merida Dunbroch as she wandered through the market just outside the palace walls. Her eyes were filled with excitement as she examined the weapons in one booth. She obviously knew the merchant well; he was speaking to her with as much familiarity as he might with his daughter or niece. He enjoyed walking through the market as well, even though the one person who could see him hadn't noticed him yet. She was absorbed in her shopping. Jack decided to change that.
Merida was cheerfully talking to her favorite vendor as she examined a beautiful sleeve of throwing knives. It was about mid-July and warm in Scotland. The best part of the day so far was that she hadn't run into Jack yet. He annoyed her to no end and laughed when she blew up in his face, which was often. It was like he enjoyed it when she snapped at him. She never could understand that boy.
Jack watched as she took a step forward, a s