Regulus tilted his head a little more without even thinking. "That's when used in a very different context. It's not my fault that Gryffindors are unable to distinguish between the many meanings a word can have," he answered in a breathy voice. "It is sad that there aren't enough people around to teach you. I can't do it all by myself."
He turned around, because he wanted to see Remus. "I haven't scared you, have I? I know that we seem to be skipping a few steps here. First, we were going so slow that we were basically at a standstill and then after the memories-" He laced his fingers with Remus. "I will never understand the friendship you have with those three, and while I might complain about them as people, I accept that they mean a lot, but I really want to hex all four of you, when they are so careless and you let them. I help you not because you're weak, but because that's what you should do for a person you care about."
He bit his lip, pressing his cheek against Remus. "If we were home, this would still be considered slow. There would be an official engagement, plans for a wedding. There were rules about relationships and marriages. Not that we could have gotten married. Here, we can get married, but none of the rules apply, and I don't know if this is too fast, but I know I like having you here with me. I like falling asleep and waking up with you. I like it, because I care for you and I never thought I could be with someone I love."
He smiled. "Wearing trousers is fine if you enjoy them as much and I do want to see London with you. We'll start there."