Regulus chuckled. "I have complete faith in your ability to learn, but I actually meant that the society that created and used those simple words for multiple meanings. Sometimes I miss those parties that were half parties and half verbal wars. Sure, they could be exhausting at times, but they were also interesting. I think that's why I enjoy talking to Theo. He never says what he means," he said with a laugh.
He nodded. "It surprises me. The speed isn't the surprise, considering that any marriage would have probably been this quick, but the trust and the... love, those are definitely unexpected." Regulus got lost into the kiss, leaning against Remus when they pulled apart. "I like the idea of doing everything together. I want you to be here all the time and I want you to move in with me. If you think it's too soon, we can have a separate bedroom for you, not that you'd use it, but I want you here." He raised his head and stared at Remus. "I want you to move in."
He understood all too well what it was like to do things alone. "Being alone and doing things alone are admirable traits, but also a sign of desperation. I know that, because I was caught up in it as well. There was no other way, I was convinced of that, but now, thinking back, maybe there were options. I could have gotten in touch with Sirius. For all that he can be a right prick, I've always known where his loyalties lay. I knew the Order would have helped destroy Voldemort. Maybe if I hadn't decided to do things alone, we could have destroyed him a lot sooner."
Regulus huffed. "I'm glad that my attire gives you pleasure. I'd say the same, but I actually prefer when you don't have clothes on."