DaveXNepeta One ShotDave always felt compelled to watch over her. Even though he knew full well she could take care of herself. Not only could she fight but her best friend was one of the strongest guys in the world. Worst (or is it a good thing?) was it was all natural.More Like This
So why did he always watch form the sidelines? How come when she smiled Dave could feel his cool start to slip? The answer was simple. Dave Strider was in love with Nepeta Leijon. Now honestly he wasn't sure how to handle this. It wasn't like he never had a girl friend. He just never really felt the same like he felt around Nepeta.
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"Come on! You're the one who said you wanted to learn how to 'fit in more'. Then as soon as we get here you back down?" Dave sighed and dropped Nepeta who was desperately clinging to a pole. Nepeta stared back at Dave then at the large building humans called a "Mall".
Sure at first it sounded "pawsome". Now that she was here though it was anything but. Dave had told her that to fit in she would need new clothes. Nepeta decided (after much persuading, role playing, and a series of kitten involved threats) to let Dave tKw her to a mall.
Dave grabbed Nepeta by her legs again. He gave a tug trying to pull her off th
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He comes home from work late at night sometimes and Terezi ends up having to sleep alone.
Sure, she has their kids and if they wanted to, they could easily come into her bed and sleep with her but that really isn't the same. Besides, most of them are already tucked into bed and fast asleep by now. She'll just have to deal. If he isn't here right now, she'll find herself curled up around in the morning; it's no big deal really.
She passes the time by staring blankly at the TV, rather listening to the words and smelling the faint scents of pixelated pictures of some show she's not really aware of. She tries to pay attention to what they're sa