Hey all, I'm Peter Parker, I go to Midtown High. I love taking pictures and swinging around the city. I wouldn't read too much into that last bit if I were you. I'm going to be posting pictures and stuff but if you want to ask questions, that's cool too. Ask box is always open.
Raising an eyebrow at him, Harley nodded slowly, completely bewildered that he’d reacted to the name she called him, “Yeah… Jack’s ya name, right? That means ya get called Jacky. Duh.” She was also shocked that he wasn’t a superhero lover, most of the twerps around here and well, all over the place really, all obsessed over the masked heroes. “Nothin’ special? I’d say swingin’ round on that web stuff and savin’ people is pretty special, wouldn’t you? Besides, all those powers are borin’. The fun ones are those who have no powers, but still decide to run around bein’ heroes.” Harley sniggered, hardly able to believe that she of all people was defending these people and decided to up it a bit, see if he caught onto the small clues she was giving him. “Like that Bat guy. Ya heard of him, right? He seems pretty… cool.”
Peter nodded. ‘Yeah I’ve heard of Batman, bit hard not to really.’ seeing as I’m now dating his son’s ex girlfriend. He thought the second half. He still wasn’t sure he could trust this girl yet and even though she was small and seemingly harmless there was a niggling feeling that she wasn’t. With this in mind he put his bag on his back and smiled at her. ‘Did you want to go exploring? I won’t be able to find spiderman but I’m up for showing you places?’
She sat down down, not even trying to hold back her smile this time when he pulled out her chair. This was their first real date even if it had been sort of on a whim and Sammie was more excited than she’d ever been with him.
Peter smiled as he sat opposite her his heart seeming to fill his whole chest as he realized they were now dating. His smile widened.
“Ugh!” She put a hand to her chest as if she was actually offended by this, “Do not blame my perfection for this!” Sammie joked, cracking a smile. “You’re half the problem here if you hadn’t realized.”
Peter smirked. ‘Oh I’m perfectly aware I’m half the problem, I just need you to accept responsibility for the other half.’
As soon as he pulled back and started speaking, Sammie looked up and turned red, but couldn’t stop laughing as she followed him away. “Nice going Peter. You got us in trouble.” To be honest, she probably should have seen that coming. Not that there were many people in the park that day anyway.
‘Oi, not all my fault! If you weren’t as perfect as you are we wouldn’t have this problem.’ He smirked at her, still trying in vain to get over the fact they were now dating.
Harley waved a dismissive hand, “Boy, man, they’re all the same in the end. Ya don’t seem to have much interest in this Spiderman, Jacky. I thought all people round here cared about the spider in spandex.” Tilting her head to the side, Harley contemplated her answer. She could hardly say that she hoped to capture him and figure out who was behind the mask, could she? After all, last time she admitted something like that, she ended up in a fight with a SHEILD agent. “Oh… nothin’ in particular. I just, uh, love those superhero types. They’re pretty fascinatin’, don’tcha think?”
‘Jacky?’ Peter asked, slipping up and not realizing until the words had left his mouth. He tried to act casual though as if he was just commenting on the nickname. ‘Yeah most do, I think he’s cool and all but he’s just a guy in a suit, nothing really that special about that. Same with most of them really, only a few have real powers.’
She felt his lips curl into a smile through the kiss, hers copying the gesture slowly. Sammie could barely think at this moment, but all she knew was that she was completely and utterly content with him.
Peter smiled leaning in further and moving closer to Sammie before he felt a gentle tap on his shoulder. He pulled back reluctantly to look up at an old man. ‘I’m sorry to disturb you but this is a public park and there are children here.’ Peter smiled. ‘I’m very sorry, we’ll move.’ The old man nodded and walked away as Peter turned and started chuckling.