Did he already have other plans? No. Unless hanging out with Rosey eating hamburgers qualified as a real plan. It was something he had planned on doing but it wasn't something that needed to be done. Plus, if his friend was traveling about on a search for 'girly things', chances were he probably didn't want to go and find her. He had been with Rosemary for years now and while he had gotten used to the fact that she was a girl and all the girly things that she did, he didn't qualify that as fun. If he was going out of his way to hang out with her, than okay, yeah. But he had been pretty good about making sure that he wasn't forgetting about Rosey. She hadn't been acting like she was starving for attention.
"With Dayle, huh? Right, I think I remember her. Good, it's about time Rosey hang out with ... uh, other-" werewolves "-people. She's not anti-social. She just needs someone to be more social with." From what he knew about the brunette were, she was a flirty chatterbox that had more brains than most would give her credit for. And yeah, she was pretty but she wasn't his type. Dayle was nice but he had a thing for redheads.
Well, one redhead in particular.
"Okay, yeah. That sounds good. I can just keep Rosemary's burger in the fridge. She's not picky about it being hot or cold. Meat is meat, y'know." He moved the hamburger bag under his left arm, holding it from the bottom to make sure it didn't fall and then held out his other hand towards Charlie, a new grin on his face. "Want to hold hands while I walk you back home?"