It was sunny. Very sunny. Jack hated it.

"Ahhh!" Hiccup smiled at his obviously uncomfortable boyfriend, "I love the beach!"

Jack walked over and collapsed in the shade. This was the worst holiday ever.

"You know Jack," Hiccup grinned widely, "I think that this is the best holiday I've ever been on."

"I'm dying!" Jack breathed.

Hiccup laughed, "No you're not. No one has ever died from a bit of sunshine."

He glanced at Jack's pale body collapsed against the tree, "But then again I'm pretty sure no one is as pale as you Mr. Vitamin-D-deficiency."

"I'm not that pale."

Hiccup laughed.

"Anyway," Jack said, indignant, "why do you get to decide everything we do, ever."

"If we did everything you wanted to do… Well I think you can imagine."

"Hey just my ideas are more fun than yours. You're just jealous."

"I am not jealous; we have had his conversation many times. I am not jealous of you or your immortality or your ability to fly or your 'friend' Jamie."

"Sure, sure."

Hiccup grabbed Jack and pulled him out onto the sandy beach.

"No Hiccup, no! I'm dying! It's burning me!"

"Can you just calm down."

"Noooo! Look I'm melting!" Jack wiped a hand across his forehead and put it in Hiccup's face.

"See! Melting!"

"Sweating. Hate to tell you but you're going to live."

"No I'm not. I'm going to die."

"I thought you were immortal."

"Well… I… Shut up Hiccup, just because you're a human!"

"Oh, how very offensive. I'm going swimming. Maybe you should come, it will cool you down."

"I don't swim."

"You mean you don't want to swim."

"No I mean I can't swim."

"Oh… wait, what, really?"

"Never had to swim. Haven't needed to learn."

"Well, easy solution, I'll teach you."

"Nope. No. Never. I'm leaving. Goodbye."

"No you're not, you're swimming."

Hiccup dragged him to the edge of the water, Jack putting his feet as deeply into the sand as he could to resist.

"Leave me alone Hiccup. I hate swimming."

"You won't soon!"

"No, wait… I can't… I'll, um, I'll freeze the water."

"Sure, sure. You never seem to freeze the bathwater when you invade my personal space in the bathroom."

"Well that's different… I…"

"Come on you coward!"

Hiccup pushed him into the water so that it reached just above his ankles.

"I don't like it Hic."

A wave rolled just over his shins.

"Oh my god! The ocean is trying to kill me! Help Hic!"

Hiccup swum out to where the water reached his neck.

"Immortal spirit, guardian. And yet he's scared of a wave. Wow Jack, wow." He mumbled.

"Hic look out there's one right behind you!"

Hiccup turns around to where a very unthreatening wave rolls languidly towards him.

"Oh no!" he exclaimed, pulling himself underwater and dramatically flailing limbs.

"Hic, no!" Jack stood about 10 meters away looking very concerned, and very wet.

Jack launched majestically out into the water, swimming like an epileptic dog towards Hiccup. A look of pure terror shrouded his face, even though the water was chest deep on him.

He pulled a grinning Hiccup from under the water.

"Awwww, you're so sweet. You came and saved me!"

"What? You weren't…"

"You know what I'm sort of sick of the beach, let's go for ice cream."

"ICE CREAM!" Jack yelled, frantically wading back to the shore.

"Wow, this is going to be fun." Hiccup whispered.

A/N: And another chapter. Thanks for all your support guys; it means a lot. Now that we're finished with the sappy stuff, onto the usual. Reviews, prompts, following... you know, the usual. Happy HiJacking.

Until Next Time.