Zero-chan? Blinking at the name, he brushed it off. He was in no position to get annoyed here, on school grounds. If it was night time, it might be different, but during the day there were other students, ones who didn’t know about vampires. However, when he was suddenly pressed against the other, side-to-side, he felt that he was getting irritated. “… I suggest that you not do that, unless you want me to come to your room later on and blow a hole in your head.” It was true, he had grown fond of the blonde, but no enough that would keep him from harming him.
“Come on what’s wrong with this~” Aido said theatrically, his free arm churning in large circles. He didn’t look much threatened by Zero but he knew how Zero was likely to press the trigger for a sigh, stirring trouble with no worries about consequences for himself or anyone around him. That was something I envied Zero somehow. “I know you just don’t want to see the girls waving banners shipping you and I tonight, but I think it would be actually fun.” On these criminal words, Aido parted and twirled many times all around Zero to see what kind of threat he’d get this time.