Wally really, truly wishes everybody would stop telling him that Roy’s cheating. He knows Roy isn’t cheating- or at the very least, he’s pretty certain. He’s nearly- it’s just very difficult, is all, with everybody constantly warning him about not falling in love with a boy like that, he’s sure to be running around behind your back, and well.
Roy’s missing every Friday and Tuesday night, like clockwork- and never says where he’s going. And gets fussy and anxious and bratty when Wally asks what he’s doing. "Nothing. Getting beer. Hanging out with Ollie." Roy’ll shiftily say before practically running out the door. And Roy hates Ollie. (And maybe Wally’s a little bit worried, whenever Roy does that, that he hates Wally, too.) He’s honestly not even so worried Roy’s cheating- his real concern is that Roy’s, you know, being dastardly. Evil-clone shenanigans. Something like that. Half of Wally’s friends had said they’d ignored relationship oddities because they’d assumed it was just minor stresses on their relationship, that they needed to get over for the good of the whole, and then it’d turned out that their partner’d been replaced by an evil clone or was put under mind control or something similar.
So maybe Wally’s a little worried.
So maybe Wally ends up, one Friday night, following him, just a little bit. He’s entirely ashamed about it, though.
This was so great. Thanks!!