When Yuuri looked up and saw Viktor's face fall, he wanted to lean forward and hug him, to hug away that sorrow and disappointment. Just because he could. But really, now? Now he couldn't. He stopped himself, squeezing his hands tightly in his lap. He remained that way as Domovoi went to retrieve the bag and Viktor rifled through it a bit.
That, at least, he had the answer to. Yuuri shook his head. "No, you didn't. I would know if you had. I didn't, either. I had one, too. I used it when I first woke up, trying to find you," admitted Yuuri softly. "It's...a social media network of some kind, something that you can use to connect with other people here. It's how I realized that other people are actually around here."
He went back to ruffling Himari's wings a bit, and the dragon was humming happily as she leaned into his touch, nuzzling his neck reassuringly. For someone who had intimacy issues, it was certainly easy to relax here.