With Haydn's comment returning to the previous mood, a good natured laugh escaped Gavin's lips as his hands found their way through the blond locks. The cool eyes brightened with the laugh as he looked over his roommate. The boy was a character if he ever met one. Even though they were different on so many levels they seemed to mesh well enough to work. If they didn't it would have been a really had time adjusting to the new life without Savannah there at all times. It was not like he was anything like the twin, either. In fact he was the girl's completely opposite which made their friendship more extraordinary.
On the topic of his sister...
“yeah, news and breakfast. Maybe Savannah will be there to grace us with her early morning PMS.” Gavin joked.
His eyes were trained on the other boy, knowing he'd get some kind of stir from him. No matter what was said about her, it got his attention. It was cute, as was the sound of his back popping- but not really
“That was attractive.”
Gavin stretched himself out as Haydn retrieved his explosive security blanket. The fact that his roommate was a pyro did not bother him but the fact that the fire lover controlled it did. At any time he could turn a candle into a bonfire. And he would not put it past the boy to do so.