Haydn's comment caused a smile to grow on Gavin's face. He loved the pet names and still wondered why people thought Haydn was gay. He was not and the blond knew how to prove it. But that would embarrass both his sister and his roommate and as tempting as that was it was nor fair. That and he would never hear the end of it. So instead of arguing, the boy let his friend do it. Either way, Gavin opened the door to his dorm and decided to walk down the hall ahead of Haydn as he always did. It would have been weird to wait for the boy since he took small steps. Of course Gavin being tall never crossed his mind.
The hall went on for miles in the morning, and being on the third floor it meant more walking before the path to the cafeteria between the dorms. It was a design of genius to a number of students. The recreational room was in the same building as the cafeteria as was the counseling room and since the counselor lived in the boy's dorm instead of with the teachers at the school, he was always around. Reaching the stairs, Gavin gave a loud holler back at Haydn who was not that far back after all. With a face of apology he went down the stairs, making more noise than really needed.
Reaching the bottom floor he pushed open the heavy metal door and made a point to hold it until Haydn got close enough; then he let it shut. Laughing, the boy picked up his speed, knowing he may have a very annoyed Jew on his case but his eyes were slowly focusing on a moving body in the rec room. It was a familiar figure with a thin build and a tall body. Smirking at the luck Haydn was not having, the boy decided not to warn his roommate but instead walk in to find the piercing yet friendly eyes of his twin gazing back at him. She offered a small smile to the Gavin.