"Happy Heart's and Hooves day!">Sunset pulled Adagio into her apartment, a grin spread from ear to ear across her face.>"Hearts and...? That weird lovey-dovey day you ponies celebrated? That's still a thing?"
"Of course it is! It's the best day out of the whole year!">"Right.">Sunset stuck her tongue out at the sober woman.>She pulled Adagio over to the kitchen and sat her down in one of the creaky old chairs.
"Look, I made you a card.">It was thrust in her face, large and glittering and smelling strongly of bad perfume.>Adagio eyeballed the rough approximations of herself and Sunset on the heart-shaped card's face, holding misshapen hands and accosted by floating hearts.>"A card? Why?"
"Because you're my girlfriend. I like you a lot.">Adagio snorted.>"I'm just here for the food. Speaking of, what's that I smell?">"H-hey! Get back here! Stay out of my kitchen!">Sunset tugged futilely at Adagio's wrists, but the siren wouldn't be deterred.>Sunset jumped in front of Adagio, blocking the entrance to the kitchen with her body.>"If you think I can't or won't move you, you're mistaken.">Adagio stepped up to Sunset, a low growl rolling in her throat.>Sunset closed her eyes and tensed her body, determined to not be moved.
"Tell me what you got me for Heart's and Hooves and I'll feed you.">Adagio's eyebrow lifted.>"Who says I got you anything? Who says I even remembered?">Sunset opened her eyes and gave Adagio a look.
"I know you remembered.">Adagio sighed and reached into her jacket's inner pocket.>"You got me. Here.">Sunset accepted the card.>It was barely decorated, and it was obvious that she had pawned what little had been done off to Sonata.>It was a red rectangle folded in half, and Sunset really couldn't see why Adagio even bothered.
"Why... Did you just give me a piece of cardboard?">Adagio gave her that sly smirk that burned at Sunset.>It was so damn irresistible and infuriating at the same time.>"Open it."