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Title: Stupid Things To Apologize Over
Fandom: Ace Attorney
Characters/Pairings: Klavier/Apollo
Genre: Humor, Romance, Fluff
Rating: PG
Warning: None

Summary: Apollo did a bad thing and he is very very sorry.




"I'm very sorry for what I did. It was wrong of me, and I will never do it again."

Klavier blinked, looking up from his phone. It was a rainy day, there hadn't been a case for two weeks, and Apollo Justice was feeling guilty for...something.

"Herr Forehead, what are you going on about?"

"You know what I did! Trucy called me out-"

"Oh, that." Klavier chuckled. "Herr Forehead, you've been working with her for months. You should know better than to take her that seriously." He winked. "Maybe you're just too easy to tease."

"Klavier!" Apollo groaned. Apollo sighed. "Even if she was, I still ate the last Pop Tart! That's a pretty rude thing for a house guest to do, isn't it?" Klavier rolled his eyes.

"Stop that." He tugged playfully at Apollo's hair horn. "They're Pop Tarts. As it so happens, I had a whole other box in the pantry. Really, the ones you ate were a day away from going stale! I should be thanking you!" Apollo made a face, batting at Klavier's hand.

"Well, if that's the case, apology withdrawn! Thanks for feeding me your almost-stale leftovers." He stuck his tongue out, and Klavier laughed, slinging an arm around him and pulling him close.

"Honestly, who would have thought you of all people would get that worked up over Pop Tarts?"

"Cabin fever, I guess." Apollo leaned into him, sighing. "We're pretty much stuck here until the weather lets up." He smirked a little. "Unless..."

Klavier grinned. It didn't take amazing powers of perception to know what his boyfriend was suggesting, and he allowed himself to be dragged to his room.

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