I’m going to let the characters answer these:
1. Who made the first move?
Loki: She did.
Jane: What? No, I didn’t. You did.
Loki: You kissed me first.
Jane: That’s because you dared me to! After seducing me for weeks, I might add. All that smirking and staring at me like you…
Loki: Like I what?
Jane: You know what, you jerk. And then you won that stupid bet and—
Loki: And then you kissed me first. (sotto voice) Whilst you were still betrothed to my brother.
Jane: I really hate you right now.
Loki: I know.
2. Who said “I love you” first?
Jane: He did.
Loki: I’ve never uttered those words.
Loki: You are sorely mistaken on that account, dear Jane.
Jane: Oh, really?
Loki: Yes. As you might recall, our daily declarations of affection usually go something like…(imitates Jane) ‘God, I hate you so much!’ (normal voice) To which I typically reply, ‘I know.’
Loki: I never say ‘I love you.’
3. Do you fight?
Jane: (snorts) We can’t even make it two questions into this interview without fighting. What do you think?
Loki: And your life is all the more exciting for it.
Jane: ‘Exciting’ is one word for it.
4. Big spoon/Little spoon?
Loki: I fail to see how silverware preference is relevant to this conversation.
Jane: (snickers) No, they’re asking about our sleeping habits.
Loki: Mortals sleep with silverware? For what purpose?
Jane: (hardly able to speak from laughing so hard) No… You don’t…understand… Oh my god!
Loki: (glares) I’m glad you find this all so amusing.
Jane: (wipes tears from her eyes) He’s the big spoon. He’s like a foot taller than me, so it’s kind of hard for me to be anything but the little spoon. And he’s ridiculously possessive—even when he’s sleeping.
Loki: Ah. So this is a metaphor, then? I see. Then yes, of course, I’m the big spoon.
5. Who wears the pants?
Loki: We both wear trousers.
Jane: (laughs again)
Loki: Is this another ridiculous human metaphor?
Jane: (rolls her eyes) He likes to think he’s in charge.
Loki: Of course I’m in charge. I am a god.
Jane: Whatever you say.
6. Who remembers anniversaries?
Loki: (makes a derisive sound) Sentiment is for fools like my brother.
Jane: Yeah, we don’t do the anniversary thing, really. Honestly, I don’t know if I want to be reminded of when I made probably the stupidest decision of my life.
Loki: Oh, you like it when I remind you.
Jane: (blushes) Okay, next question.
7. Who’s the better cook?
Loki: I am. Jane’s culinary skills amount to putting frozen meals into a magical contraption—which, in turn, produces something that tastes akin to burnt sawdust.
Jane: Yeeaaaah, I’m really not into cooking.
Loki: Dear me. Did we agree on something? Has the universe come to an end?
Jane: (exasperated sigh) With the laws of probability it was bound to happen eventually.
Loki: I don’t know if I’ll ever overcome the shock of it.
Jane: Oh, shut up.
8. Favorite activity?
Loki: (wicked grin) Well—
Jane: Don’t you dare!
Loki: But it’s so much fun and they asked.
Jane: And it’ll never happen again if you say one more word.
Loki: Your empty threats are so very quaint.
Jane: Just keep talking and you’ll find out just how empty that threat is.
Loki: Oh, I like this. Shall we make a wager? What will I get when you surrender? I have so many ideas.
Jane: Stop. Just stop it.
Jane: I hate you.
Loki: I know.
9. How would you get engaged?
Jane: (laughs) Um, no. Never.
Loki: We’re a bit past that, I’m afraid.
Jane: What? What do you mean by that?
Loki: Let’s move onto the next question.
Jane: No, I want know what you mean!
Loki: Next question.
10. How would do you imagine the wedding?
Jane: Seriously, what did you mean?
Loki: Oh, we’re already married, after a manner—for quite some time now.
Jane: We’re…already… No. You’re kidding. This is one of your sick jokes.
Loki: Is it?
Jane: Oh no, you don’t. You don’t get to throw something like we’re already married out there and then get all enigmatic.
Loki: Don’t I?
Loki: (grin) We are eternally bound, my dear Jane.
Jane: Eternally…? You didn’t.
Loki: I did.
Jane: No, you didn’t.
Loki: Oh, yes. I very much did.
Jane: (gritted teeth) I’m going to kill you after this interview.
Loki: Mmm, I so look forward to your futile attempt.
Jane: When were you going to tell me?
Loki: (shrugs) Never.
Jane: I hate you. I hate you more than I’ve ever hated you before, you evil, selfish bastard.
Loki: (cheshire-like smile) I love all of your little pet names for me. They’re rather endearing.
11. How many kids?
Loki: (sobers) None. And there never will be.
Jane: Well, it’s a little late for that.
Loki: (glares at her) Do not dare to toy with me, woman.
Jane: I guess we’re both full of unpleasant surprises today.
Loki: That’s impossible. You’re lying.
Jane: Don’t I wish. You know, maybe this is what happens when you turn someone immortal without their consent, Loki.
Loki: (stunned silence)
Jane: I’d say it serves you right, but I’m pretty sure I’m the one dealing with the consequences.
Loki: (still speechless)
Jane: What? No smartass comeback for knocking me up?
Loki: (stands up and walks out of the room)
Jane: Aaaand that concludes the interview. Excuse me while I go murder my future child’s father right now. You can see yourselves out, right?
(Personal ships—though you are not beholden to them:
Lokane| Sareth| Sherlolly | Khanolly | Captain Swan | Spock/Uhura)
Aww I think that could be so:
Loki returns to Midgard for curiosity…but then, he ends by stop to watch jane sleeping. She wakes up and he doesn’t have time to think”Jane I..”
she hugs him and thanks him for saving her “thanks for all”
she doesn’t know if it’s a dream but doesn’t matter…
Part one is here.
Part two is here.
He finds out later that she tried to have her seat moved in all of their five classes, but it turns out only their bleeding heart French teacher is sensitive to the plights of her students.
It’s at least a slight alleviation from her constant invasion of his space. Now he only has to worry about her for two and a half hours of the day. She spends the rest of the time making herself scarce. She eats lunch in front of her locker on rainy days and finds another tree to read under when it’s sunny. She even pays a senior in woodshop to attach wheels to her same old bag, so she can carry all her books with her without breaking her back and avoid going to her locker too much.
It’s worth every penny if it gets her away from him.
you see, it’s a metaphor
you nominate Leonardo DiCaprio for an Oscar but you don’t let him win