linddzz asked: Since i love how you interpret my boys, Jack/Pyotr: 1,2,17,21,33,34,49
1. What does their bedroom look like?
Presuming they’re together, Jack’s bedroom is Pyotr’s because Pyotr put a lot of effort into making his home Jack Friendly and why would Jack go anywhere else
JACK WHY WOULD YOU GO ANYWHERE ELSE
JACK LOOK AT WHAT I MADE FOR YOU
2. Do they have any daily rituals?
Mostly just a cycle of Jack coming up with new and inventive ways to sexually harass Pyotr and Pyotr falling for every. Single. One.
17. Preferred mode of dress and rituals surrounding dress?
Pyotr actually wears sweater vests on his day off and Jack laughs a lot about this. At least until he gets a job as a grade school teacher and has to wear Mr. Rogers grade turtle necks to cover his tattoos.
Otherwise, Pyotr dresses like he never got over reading The Great Gatsby as a young man and Jack is a hoodie slug.
21. Turn-ons? Turn-offs?
Jack is the sort to experiment with eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeEVERYTHING and Pyotr just kind of grumbles as he’s dragged into it.
33. Concept of home and family?
Jack’s home is wherever Pyotr is. Obviously.
His family is Pyotr. Obviously.
Because they’re they only people they need.
(( Though Jack would mildly interject that he does, in fact, have a cousin. He does not include any other blood relations. ))
34. Thoughts on privacy? (Are they a private person, or are they prone to ‘TMI’?)
Jack basically has no filter. If Pyotr talked half as much as Jack did, they’d be about equal on that front.
49. If this person were to get into a fist fight, what is their fighting style like?
Jack betrays his angry teenage snot years a lot with his ability to lay people flat when he really gets mad. Pyotr doesn’t do fist fighting.
He can do so much more damage with words alone.