Blaine could only blush when Sam pointed out his rambling. He never really meant to. His words seemed to get carried away and his brain never realized what was going on until it was too late. And his home life was a can of worms that once opened, it was hard to close. He laughed softly, smiling at the blonde. “Sorry. Bad habit. I don’t talk to people very often so when I do it’s like, I just keep blabbing until they make some excuse to leave or change the subject.” He looked down at the money Sam pulled out and shook his head. “No, no, it’s all on me. Don’t worry about it. This was me making up for being an ass so your money is no good here.” But he was still touched, nonetheless, that Sam didn’t just automatically assume that he was going to pay for everything. Sam’s company was worth more than money could buy anyways, and he already felt spoiled because of it.
Sam frowned a little when Blaine refused to accept the money but was quick to remove such a look and replace it with a softer grin. “Well, I’m buying the next meal. Deal?” The blonde informed as he raised an eyebrow. Of course he wanted to meet again. Blaine was pretty amazing. There was no judgement, no pressure- Just fun. “-and if money is no use…” Sam teased as he leaned up to put an incredibly delicate kiss on Blaine’s cheek before laying against him once more. He lifted both legs over the other man’s and sought out to cuddle as much as possible. “What now?” He asked. Curious and slightly excited to hear what Blaine had to say.