HTTYD: Talk"We'll be right back," Astrid said, turning to Ruffnut who stood up, as well. The two girls walked off elsewhere, leaving Fishlegs and Hiccup at the table alone.
As soon as they were no longer within earshot, the larger viking spoke up. "What do you think they do when they leave like that?"
Hiccup messed with his fork. "Talk."
"I don't know - anything," He shrugged. "Everything."
Suddenly, Fishlegs eyes went wide. "Wait...everything?"
"By everything, do you mean...?"
His friend nodded.
The sound of giggles was then heard.
Fishlegs blinked. "I'm not too sure I like that."
"I'm not too sure you have a choice," Hiccup smirked.
HTTYD: Love"What was that?"
Fishlegs pulled back, his cheeks flooding with color. "What?"
"What you just said," Ruffnut exclaimed. "Why would you say that?"
"Say what?" He asked, confused. "I love-"
"Don't say it again!"
"Why not?" Fish insisted. "It's true."
"Doesn't mean you have to say it."
"Don't you love me, Ruff?"
Ruffnut's eyes went wide. She quickly looked at her boots, avoiding his gaze. "Of...course I do."
"Then say it."
"What?" She looked back at him. "No way!"
"Say it," He pressed. "You'll feel much better after you do."
He leaned closer to her and Ruffnut felt her cheeks go red. She was surprised by his directness. When did he start getting like that? She felt her head shake no.
Ruff rolled her eyes and let out a shaky breath. "I...love you."
Fishlegs smiled. "Feel better?"
He frowned. "Oh."
After a moment, Ruffnut spoke up. "Well?"
"Aren't you gonna say it back?"
"What?" He repeated, more confused.
"I told you what you wanted to hear," She star
HTTYD: Stars"And there's Hellewagen, see?" Fishlegs dragged his finger across the sky, to spot out where the stars made a picture.
Lying next to him was Ruffnut her hands resting behind her head. She sighed, "No, I don't see it."
"Right there," He pointed. "See, there's the wagon's handle and right there are its wheels and-"
"No, Fishlegs, I'm sorry. I just can't see it!" Ruff practically yelled. "I don't have an imagination like you do."
He frowned. "You don't need to have an imagination to see it. Just look and-"
"No, this is stupid," She grumbled. "What idiot cares about the stars, anyway?" Ruffnut turned over on the grass, her back now facing him.
Fish sighed. He got up and walked over to her other side. She immediately turned back around. Then he knelt on the ground and held her shoulders in place, so she couldn't move again.
"I know you can see it, Ruff," He started, letting go of her when he was sure she wouldn't move again. "You just have to look harder." He grabbed a stick and star
HTTYD: HelmetOne lazy afternoon, Fishlegs and Ruffnut were taking a walk through the woods - Ruffnut on Fishlegs' back, resting her head on his shoulder.
Ruff then shot her head up and groaned. "Fish, are we there yet?"
He made a face. "What's that supposed to mean? We're not even go-"
Suddenly, upon passing under a tree with rather low branches, one of the large twigs got tangled in Ruff's helmet horns, knocking her off Fish's back and straight onto the ground.
Immediately, he turned and knelt down, his helmet slipping off his head and falling opposite of her's. "Omigosh, Ruff; I'm so sorry! Are you alright?"
She pulled herself up, holding her head the entire time. She noticed her helmet beside her, then glanced at Fishlegs' helmet not too far away.
Ruffnut suddenly burst out laughing. "So, that's why your helmet has such short horns!"
HTTYD: Ride"Come on, Fishlegs! Just get on already."
The boy attempted to bring his hand forward again, causing the dragon head to snort at him. "I don't think he likes me."
Ruffnut laughed, perched on the right head of the Zippleback she shared with her brother. "There's a surprise. Lefty doesn't like anybody. I don't even think he likes Tuffnut, to be honest."
"So, I'm supposed to ride a dragon that hates me and could possibly throw me off at anytime while we're in the air?"
He tried to reach for the dragon's neck again, causing the dragon to open its jaw and spark out a warning. Without the use of the other head, he couldn't ignite a flame, but he could still shock you and that was enough to make Fishlegs sweat.
"R-remind me why I'm doing this again?"
Ruffnut crossed her arms. "Because we need some sort of transportation so we can go places together."
"What about Horrorcow?" Fishlegs suggested. "She's nice."
"Yeah, and she also tends to fall asleep in mid-flight...with us
HTTYD: Ask"How can I know if she really likes me?" Fishlegs asked.
"Ask her out," Hiccup suggested, busy at work.
"I mean, we have fun together. But then, so do we," He said, gesturing his hands between himself and Hiccup. "So maybe she just thinks we're friends. How can I let her know I like her more then that?"
"Ask her out."
It had become a routine. Not just today, but almost every other day that Fishlegs wasn't actually hanging with the said girl he was referring to. Fishlegs would come in and start asking questions he didn't really want answers for. Asking questions out loud was sorta his way of thinking.
The tall viking continued to repeat the same question, just in a different context, and Hiccup would repeat the same thing.
"Ask her out." Bang, bang. "Ask her out." Clank, bang. "Ask her out." Bang, blow. "Ask her out." Dip, sizzle. Hiccup sighed as yet another sword was finished and Fishlegs was still there. He had managed to make three swords since the