Soft wars being absolutely smitten with his s/o?
Scenario or hcs are fine❣
note; sure thing! i'm still trying to get used to writing for warrior, so it may be a bit weird!
gn! reader, romantic.
This guy doesn't like excessive love gestures, he prefers the subtle kind.
He may not look like it, but he really prefers that. You don't have to be extremely romantic in a relationship.
You aren't teased often by the others, as they know Warrior doesn't like too much attention when it comes to his personal life.
Would love a domestic life with you. No hero or captain stuff, just you and him, and maybe more in the future.
Your hugs are better than healing magic, but don't let Hyrule hear that.
It's just... your arms make him feel so, so safe and warm, like you'll always be there to protect him, silently telling him that he won't be hurt anymore.
If he's the one going to buy supplies, he'll try to get something for you.
Maybe a little trinket, or buy your favorite food if he can.
Always keeps an eye on you to make sure no monster ever touches you.
Likes to sleep close to you, facing you. That way, he'll see you first thing in the morning.
Will share his scarf with you, or even let you wear it if you want.
He'll slowly open up more and more, not hesitating to show you his more childish side.
Warrior will always keep you in mind before making a decision if it concerns you in any way.
Kiss his cheek and softly stare at him.
He's yours, feel free to ask him for anything you want and he'll get it for you.
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“Aw man! This pie doesn’t taste at all like what grandma use to make! I’m must be a terrible baker:(“
Maybe! Or maybe one of many things might be different from the recipe you’ve been trying to follow
Baking is largely both a science, and bullshit. Anything from the altitude you’re at, or the mosture in the air, or the way you’re measuring ingredients (ie weight vs volume) can effect how your final result of what you’re making will come out. A few examples just in my grandmother’s Apple Pie recipe are
Her recipe calls for Crisco in the crust, but Crisco changed their formula in 2007, effecting the taste and texture of the crusts made, so adjustments have to be made to account for that
The Apple tree in her backyard is gone, and no apples sold commonly in stores are similar to whatever random variety she had, and there are over 7,500 known varieties of apples
Not all flour that you buy from the store is the same, and I’m not just even talking about like. Cake flour vs wheat flour. Even in the US the kind of regular baking flour differs depending on where you live, and where it’s sourced from
So will I ever make that Apple pie I remember fondly from my childhood? Probably not! Just gotta figure out my own thing that works.
I dunno why I made this post at 6am. Just shit to keep in mind next time you’re struggling with an older recipe I guess!
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