Summary: Friends are for high school/college (aka: drinking buddies). Best friends are for life.
I let out a loud, hearty laugh at my kitchen table. I was remembering and telling stories of myself and Sora. Just thinking of all the times we had together was enough to make me double over in laughter. I blew some strands of my hair out of my face and faced the person sitting across from me. Namine (who was now my beloved wife) was out with Kairi for the night, so I had the place to myself.
Who said I was going to sit in the house alone?
"I can't believe we were like that!" Sora exclaimed, hitting his beer with mine.
"Sora…" I started, looking at him seriously. I don't even want to know how he got Kairi to marry him.
"We are still like that." I clarified. It was silent for a moment before the both of us burst out in laughter once again.
"It's hilarious to think about all the great stuff we did. Now that we are married, there isn't much we can do." Sora sighed, taking a swig of his beer. I looked into his eyes to see a mischievous glint in them. I was pretty sure I had the same look on my face.
"We are going to get killed for doing this." I said, sitting perfectly still in my chair. I somehow guessed that Sora was thinking the same thing that I was. He mimicked my posture and smirked.
"We only live once, right?"
We didn't move.
"Are we willing to have our wives pissed at us for a month?" I asked. Sora looked thoughtful before answering.
"Are you sure?"
I smiled and reached for the house phone on the counter. Sora pulled out his cell phone and the two of us called as many numbers as we could. Whenever the person on the other line would pick up, we would smirk, look at each other, and say—
"Get dressed, get over here, bring as many people as possible, and let's get fucked up."
Sora and Roxas still causing trouble even as adults.
Shame on them.
Well—this ends my Roxas/Sora drabbles! I will probably write more if you guys want me to, that is. So tell me what you think. I think I wrote a pretty good ending. Thanks for reading and reviewing! It means so much!