Britta does. She’s used to cooking for herself because of being vegetarian and despite her hate of ‘domestic’ activities, she really likes getting in the kitchen and making a stir fry or some interesting pasta dish. She’s teaching Annie some meals but Annie has to follow a recipe, she can’t just improvise what to make like Britta does.
Who does the laundry and other chores:
Annie, because other wise they just don’t get done. She doesn’t mind though because she actually likes cleaning (a fact she has to keep telling Britta who always feels guilty) and she likes feeling like she can do something for Britta who extremely self-reliant. Sometimes she forgets to do the laundry on purpose because she really likes dating a woman who doesn’t wear underwear because she hasn’t done laundry in three weeks.
How many children do they have:
None; that is maybe a conversation for the future though. Britta knows Annie wants the ‘traditional’ life in that sense yet she’s scared to death of falling into that. She’s also sure she’d like drop a baby or leave it in a store or forget that she can’t get stoned around it. Annie, for maybe the first time, is actually happy just living in the moment with Britta. She doesn’t think ahead to far relationship wise and instead focuses on her career and ways to stop Pierce making gross lesbian jokes around them.
Who’s more dominate:
It’s very give and take. Annie will be quite dominate if she wants something or wants something done. She’s never been one to just sit back and let things happen and so Britta makes sure that she doesn’t change that just because she’s in a relationship, because even though her partner is Britta, that’s completely not upholding feminism or something.
In the bedroom it’s a real mix. At first Britta was really scared that Annie didn’t feel the same way and that she was being creepy because come on, this girl isn’t even old enough to drink; but since they do things regularly now she likes letting her rough and dominating side go.
Favorite nonsexual activity:
Reading to each other. Britta has a short attention span and so she won’t read big books like Anna Karenina or Lord of the Rings or Harry Potter but Annie won’t have a girlfriend who doesn’t know the magic of Hogwarts. Annie reads Britta these most of the time and in turn, Britta will read 1984, Lolita, prose and poetry and other things she’s picked up in her travels.
Their favorite place to be together:
NOT GREENDALE…except it kind of is because it’s their toilet school with their butt-hole flag and even though the study room couches kind of smell like doritos and weed, they represent their home and their family. Also, Shirley is totally not freaking out as much when they hold hands in front of her now which makes things a lot less stressful and they can kiss each other goodbye in front of everyone except Pierce without getting some rude or inappropriate comment which is progress.
Weekly dinner with the whole study group, movie nights with Troy and Abed, Halloween dances, Valentines dances, a mixture of Shirley & and Abed level Christmas and Hanukkah and everything else that the study group arranges that Jeff and Britta tolerate. (Halloween becomes so much more bearable but harder because Britta gets to watch Annie dancing in whatever sexy costume she’s picked out but she also has to watch everyone else and Jeff leer at her too. She kisses Annie super intensely then just so everyone knows that she and Annie are together. Shirley prays out loud for them but doesn’t act too strange other wise.)
Also, New Year is the biggest celebration ever. It means a lot of weed being smoked and alcohol drunk and it’s usually in some different country and they freak Abed out when they text ‘Happy New Year’ from the future in Australia.
Having a “song” is corny and stupid and it makes you stick to some misogynistic relationship rules and so many songs don’t explore any relationships outside the heteronormativity and it is stupid to think that a whole relationship can be summarized in one song and it’s all of In Rainbows because Annie bought that LP for Britta’s birthday.
What they do for each other on holidays:
Britta makes Annie lots of traditional Jewish dishes and listens to stories about he family and such. On Christmas Annie definitely does not dress up in a sexy Santa outfit because Britta is an atheist and that is a total scam of women using holidays to be sluts and so she definitely doesn’t make it a tradition to have her head under that Santa outfit at all.
Where did they go for their honeymoon:
They aren’t married (yet). They travel all the time though because Britta hates staying in one place for too long and she’s travelled to twenty different countries now and it could have been more but she needed to show Annie Venice, Paris and Madrid so that came first.
Where did they first meet:
Greendale Community College, Study Room F- all thanks to Jeff Winger. (Annie thanks him for that one day but his reaction isn’t as thankful as she expected…he’s still a little sore that they ended up together without him)
Yes, because Britta needs to learn to control herself when seeing injured animals because the cats were one thing but Annie is still learning to deal with the turtle.
What do they fight over:
Annie’s age, Britta’s cynicism, Ralph (the turtle), how Britta is smoking again, how Annie doesn’t like her smoking cigarettes yet wants to smoke pot with her and how that’s totally hypocritical. They fight over Britta not studying enough, over Annie studying too much, over how Britta should have known not to put metal in the microwave and how if Annie wanted to be fucked like a man, why didn’t she just date Jeff instead. (They do end up getting the strap on and Britta changes her opinion very quickly.)
Do they go on vacations, if so where:
Everywhere, literally. First they go to New York so Britta can show Annie where she lived (it’s worse than above Dildopolos), then to California because Annie hasn’t been to a beach in years. They travel to Washington to go to some rally Britta is interested in and then London to hear Annie’s favourite author speak at a conference. They go to Africa even though Annie is kind of scared and they see the pyramids and so many ruins and it’s insane how much Britta knows about these things yet doesn’t know worms don’t have faces. Travelling is one of the biggest things in their relationship and they do it so often that they have it down to an art. They know that they can’t stay together for the whole trip or they’ll just end up grumpy for no reason, they know they like different sites so Britta heads off to Amsterdam again while Annie goes to Rome. It’s a balance but they know how to manage it now and it’s worth it.