Before Haydn had the chance to send another reply back at Gavin, he watched the changes come over the blonde's expression and body language. He knew him well enough to know that an apology was coming, so when it did he shook his head slightly, his own facial features softening. Sure, for a few seconds, he would be mad at Gavin, but he couldn't stay like that forever. He understood that the boy needed to see the news and that he didn't want to go down there alone this early. At first, yes, it had been annoying, but by now he was used to it. It was just something that came with rooming with Gavin, just like how he had to grow accustomed to Haydn's excessive heat and need for rediculous ammounts of AC during the summer.
"Nah, it's fine," he assured his roommate, blinking slowly before looking up at him with slightly raised eyebrows. "I mean, who needs sleep, anyway?" He smirked, returning the mood back to their usually playful banter. For some reason, seriousness was something that Haydn had trouble holding onto while Gavin was around. Perhaps they had been rooming together for too long...
"So... News and then breakfast?" he asked, adding a slightly hopeful twist to the word "breakfast." No normal teenage boy could turn down the prospect of food, nevermind an abnormal one.
Haydn finally stood up from his bed, stretching his arms over his head. His back popped a few times and he dropped his arms, satisfied. He reached over and snatched up his Zippo from the cool surface of his nightstand. The metal was cold against his skin, but he knew that wouldn't last for loong at all. He spun the lighter between his fingers, looking down at it as it caught the light of the early sunlight peaking through the blinds.