Sam watched the pout spread across Audrey's face, her own expression crypticly bemused. Her mind raced to assess the situation, her own feelings for both Ginny and Audrey, the way Aud acted so receptive to her, the ridiculously small chance she ever had with her best mate, all before Audrey moved on and started walking again. Some small part of her mind pointed out this was possibly the most introspective she'd ever been and that was just not right at all.
Stepping forward, Sam rested her hand on Audrey's crossed arms and leaned in, pressing the softest kiss to her lips. Though it was decidedly gentle, she let her lips linger for a long moment before she pulled back, taking advantage of the other girl's shock to extricate her hand and link it with her own. "And, for the record," she said, giving her friend a tug to start them walking again, "I wasn't laughing at you. Just....near you." She'd never understand why others gave into the urge to hold back, the expression on Aud's face alone was worth the forwardness.