Link Forester, the Fonze of Hyrule U, was looking at me. "So, what do you say?"
He was smirking, like the only answer was yes. "No," I mutter, averting my eyes from his. "I'm not free this Friday."
He gaped. "I must have misheard you," he said. "Did you say no?"
"I'm not free for a movie this weekend," I said clearly. "I'm hanging out with my friends."
"Well, can I tag along?"
"No," I say. "I told you, I'm hanging out with my friends. We are not friends."
"That's something easily remedied," he said. "How about we go out for coffee tonight, and then we'll be friends."
I sigh. "You aren't going to let this go, are you?" I ask, looking back at him.
"Not at all," he said, grinning.
"Fine, pick me up at my house at five, okay?" I walk away and don't look back.
Twenty Minutes Later
"You said you'd go out for coffee with him?" Malon asked me.
"Yeah," I groan.
"What possessed you to do that?"
"I don't know. Something about his leather jacket?" I guessed. "Do you think if you called me I could get away?"
She shook her head. "I went out with him once, remember? He'll keep after you until you like him."
"Great." I lay my head on my arms, and groan again. "Why is he after me now?" I whine at her.
"Just make sure you don't do anything he'll think is funny."
"Great advice," I say sarcastically.
Five o'clock that night
"Hello," I say, opening the door.
"Hey," Link said, smirking at me. "Ready to go?"
I nod mutely. When I got into the passenger seat of his car, I say, "Where are we going?"
"The Milk Bar," he answered. "Just chill," he said, seeing my distressed look, "I have everything planned out."
I sigh, staring out the window. A few minutes later, we pull up in front to The Milk Bar, the most popular coffee shop on campus. Link opened my door, and I step out. "It sure got cold," I say, shivering.
"Here," he said, offering me his coat. Taken aback, I pull the coat out of his hand and put it around my shoulders.
"Thanks." We walk into the café, and sit down at a small booth.
"What'll it be," a tall woman with red hair asked.
"I'll have a cappuccino," I say.
"The same," Link said. I glare at him, and he says, "Chill. That's what I always have when I come here."
Fifteen minutes later we walk out of the coffee shop. "See," Link said. "That wasn't so bad."
"I wish I were at home," I say. "I'm cold, and tired, and bored."
"Chill," Link said, but he froze, looking up. I look up and see…
"Snow," I whisper. "Did you plan on this too?"
"I'd like to say I did," Link said, "But, no."
"Well, it's pretty romantic," I say. "I love the snow."
"So do I," Link said, smiling-not smirking, not grinning, smiling- down at me. "It's one of the two prettiest things I see right now."
I blush. "Well, now," I start, but I'm cut off by Link kissing me. "What was that for?" I ask when Link pulls away.
"I told you you're pretty," he whispers. He leans in for another kiss, but I put my finger up to his lips.
"Do you really think I'm pretty?" I ask, "Or are you just saying that to get me to kiss you?"
"A little of both," he shrugged.
"Good enough for me," I giggle. I lean in and kiss him.
"Now take me home," I say, "I'm still cold and tired."
"We'll get to that," he says, "But for now just chill."
The first oneshot for Aiko Isari's advent calendar challenge. I hope you like it, and review it.