Thank you, Master.
That sounds delicious and perfect, Master. Yes, I finished packing all my clothes, Sir.
Great. Then let’s go, kid, dinner awaits.
I like that idea, Master. I’m sure you’d do perfectly fine in the kitchen, but I like to help. Can it be double chocolate ice cream?
Thank you, kid. With you, I’m pretty sure it’s gonna end up great.
With chantilly, cherries and syrup if you want, kid. Books packed. You finished?
Thank you, Master, that’s very sweet of you.
We can cook together if you want, Sir. We could make some pasta. How about some fettuccine alfredo? It’s easy to make and quick.
I like the fettuccine idea. I’d say no, but letting me handle the whole dinner on my own may not be the best idea. How about we both cook dinner and have ice cream for dessert?
Thank you, Master.
Really, Master? Are you going to cook for me?
Yes, I’m cooking for the chef, so no judging. What could I cook that is kinda fancy and easy enough for someone who’s still learning how to cook?
Okay. Yes, Master. Thank you.
I’m almost done packing my clothes, Master.
Good boy. We should probably celebrate you moving in. How about dinner? I can cook something fancy this time and you make dessert.
Then it’s settled.
I’m gonna pack the books while you finish the clothes, okay?
No, no. I want to, Sir. I want to be with you.
I… It was really sudden, Master, but I want to be with you.
If you think it’s too soon, you don’t have to, kid. I’d understand.
I know, Master, and I’m very thankful for that.
He thinks it might be too soon, Sir.
I’m just doing what’s right, kid. Nothing to thank me for.
And… do you agree with him?
He really is, Sir. I told him that even though I won’t be sharing a room with them I still can come here to visit him.
It’s just a different point of view, Sir. Not bad or good.
And that is true. I am not locking you up there, you can go around the institute and come down here as much as you want, kid.
And what does he say about you moving out?