A/N: Little Raven/Beast Boy fluff for you - enjoy, my darlings. One-shot. And I own nothing.
Raven sat in her bedroom, meditating. After the day she had just had, meditation was defiantly necessary - she had just celebrated her eighteenth birthday, and things had gotten slightly out of control when Cyborg brought out the seven layer meat-cake and Beast Boy started a protest.
Beast Boy sat lazily on the floor, leaning against her bed. Over the course of the past few years, he and Raven had become best friends. And after much deliberation, Raven decided that Beast Boy was permitted in her room as long as he sat completely still, remained entirely silent while she was meditating, and, the most important rule - that he didn't touch anything.
"Azarath, Metrion, Synthos..." Raven murmured softly, so it was barely audible. "Azarath, Metrione, synthos..."
"Raven? Have you ever noticed my miserable luck with women?" Beast Boy asked. Raven wrinkled her brow, trying to keep her concentration.
"What did I tell you about talking while I'm meditating?"
"Oops. Sorry." He said. Everything fell silent again, aside from her soft chanting. "... So, have you?" Raven sighed, opening her eyes. She obviously wasn't getting any meditation done tonight.
"Have I what?" She asked, resting her chin on the palms of her hands.
"Noticed my miserable luck with women."
"Precisely." Beast Boy furrowed his brow. "And it figures that the only girl I could ever snag - "
"The only girl you could ever snag. Gee, that's a real prize winning line right there. Way to respect women as human beings."
"Sorry. The only girl I could ever get wound up becoming a traitor, redeeming herself, and then turning in to stone." Raven shrugged.
"Life is a bitch sometimes." She replied. "What can you do?"
"I don't know. Challenge it to a fight, maybe?" Beast Boy shrugged. Raven rolled her eyes.
"I don't see why people bother dating, anyway," She said. "I mean, all it does is ruin perfectly good friendships. We're all better of without it, I say." Beast Boy gazed at her sadly, as she went back to her meditation.
"Azarath, metrione, synthos... Azarath, metrione - " Suddenly, Raven was cut off as Beast Boy's lips met hers for a kiss. When he pulled away, she looked at him with desperate confusion. "What was that for?"
"So," He said with a cheesy grin, "Want to ruin a perfectly good friendship?"
Yeah - this is actually based on a conversation my mom and dad had, before they were dating. My dad said something like; "Dating ruins perfectly good friendships" and then got all flustered because he thought my mother took it as a "just friends" thing, so a few nights later he stopped at her dorm and goes; "... So... Want to ruin a perfectly good friendship?" I thought it was cute. :)