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    “Johnny and Mark,” the marketing assistant says, which makes the both of them sit up a little straighter in their seats. “The data has shown that your tandem has enjoyed exponential growth in popularity among the international fans. Johnny, you’ll be taking Mark on as a guest more often.”

    This doesn’t faze Johnny in the slightest, and clearly Mark’s excited, if the “Yo, duuuuude!” and the giggle he lets out before he fist-bumps Johnny from across the table is anything to go by.

    This will be easy.

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  4. Public Bookmark 12

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    Heavy footfalls ring in Kaeya's ears as Diluc closes in on them, the sound dulling as he reaches the rug, joining them but remaining on his feet. His voice is altogether different when he addresses Kaeya: “Sir Kaeya, on the other hand, seems to not understand that he's in no position to make demands.” The words are cold steel. There's another warning flashing in Kaeya's mind, and this time it is not quiet: it is loud and luminous and unmistakable.

    This time, Kaeya chooses incitement over obedience. He breaks away from Aether's lips and he smirks up at Diluc before he asks, “And what would Master Diluc have me do, instead?”

    Much like Aether, Diluc remains unwavering, his voice steady as he replies, “You can try begging.”

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    This isn't his business, Aether knows. No matter what is going on in that room right now, no matter how inconceivable a scenario it might be, he has no right to eavesdrop or investigate. He's familiar with the saying, curiosity killed the cat, and he knows he'd do well to take the adage to heart. Whatever is going on in that room has nothing to do with him, and he needs to turn around right now, go to the guest room that Diluc is so graciously lending him, and go to sleep.

    Like a cat with a death-wish, he doesn't turn around; he keeps moving forward, one foot in front of the other, spurred on by the pull low in his gut—this feeling that he's failing spectacularly at pretending is non-existent, especially when it's screaming at him louder than anything else.

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