People always assumed with her. It wasn’t Ren’s fault, she knew that - but it was something that tended to get under her skin. She had glanced away but looked back at Ren and shook her head at him. “No need to apologize, Ren, no harm done.” She replied honestly. As he asked her the question about making it ‘a thing’ she honestly didn’t know and found herself, smiling, almost laughing about it really. She noticed the way his brow furrowed at her side, and for a moment her lilac eyes settled back on his. He really did read people well. He read her well. “I uh, think we both did, but– it’s okay, really. It’s just.. mistletoe. No big deal right?” Right?
For a moment, Ren was mildly terrified he’d made a grave error and completely ruined whatever friendship himself and Yang had by assuming that she had more experience than she actually did. And then she told him there was no need to apologize, no harm done. Despite her affirmation, however, part of him was still worried she was just saying that. Her next words made him feel a little better. “Right.” He said in agreement. “Although, it feels blasphemous to break tradition completely, so…would it be all right if I gave you a kiss on the cheek?” He was pretty sure he could handle that, lack of experience notwithstanding.