jenesaispourquoi said: data+geordi (romantic or platonic)
i lvoe u omg….
shops for groceries
data probably bc he’d have an internal list of all the stuff they needed and he’d probably see some extra stuff and be like “oh i could make this recipe with that” etc
kills the spiders
imagine data being rlly scared of spiders after his emotion chip……..
geordi would kill the spiders
comes home drunk at 3am
neither of them i think??? if it had to be someone probably data because he wasn’t taught for his whole life that u shouldn’t drink more than maybe 1 or 2 drinks at a time
i mean they have replicators so?? idk. probably data because he’d want to try making things
remembers to feed the fish
((they probably wouldn’t have fish because of spot but)) maybe geordi?? really it could be either of them. i say geordi because like maybe data and geordi have different shifts sometimes and data stays out longer because he doesn’t need sleep…..
decorates the apartment
i feel like data woudl try but he’d need geordi’s help because he’d try to make everything perfectly symmetrical and a perfect distance from everything else/?? i dunno
data would probably try to initiate them because he would want to know what it’s like to sing but geordi would be like No data i’m not singing please stop
falls asleep first
geordi obvs. but i like the idea of geordi falling asleep on data’s shoulder and data carrying him to bed……………
AHHHHHHH this is so cute yay!
“God damn you to Hell, Mordred!”
“Very likely.” It was his standard response whenever I, or anyone else, damned him. “Indeed, I have had it on the authority of a saint that my damnation is a fact already recorded wherever they record such matters.”
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