Kieran felt his eye twitch a bit as Wyatt completely ignored his suggestion. Well, honestly what were they supposed to do? Kieran's natural inclination for tracking was either going to lead them straight out, or get them intentionally lost. He couldn't turn it off. The only way for them to have a natural path through the maze was for someone else to lead. Maybe a race would be interesting but he couldn't leave Lydia behind just for a foot race. Lydia's hand slipped out of his, and the lion, for the briefest moment, believed this to be his love's way of telling him to go ahead with the race. However, the feeling in the air took an awkward turn and he knew in an instant that Lydia was not happy with the way this was going.
An odd sound in the air caused Kieran to turn around to look at the two lioness behind him. Was it snowing behind him? What kind of maze was this? He finally realized that it was in fact popcorn falling in slow motion in front of him, framing perfectly the flash of red that was now locking lips with his girlfriend. A wave of conflicting emotions crashed against the brunette's heart, fighting within himself for what he should feel. Girl-on-girl action was supposed to be sexy, right? If that was the case, why was it taking everything he had in him to not reach into his pocket and hex the ever-loving crap out of Blyssenor?
When the two girls parted, Kieran immediately moved towards Lydia, brushing popcorn out of her hair and off her shoulders, and took her hand back. He managed to keep himself from glaring daggers at the smaller of the two Gryffindor girls, but he couldn't help but flush red at the thought that his girl had been kissed by another girl in front of him and his two friends. It was embarrassing to him, somehow, that he wasn't enough for Lydia. He already knew that the girl was too good for him, but she seemed happy with him, at least until now. His generally happy demeanor fell apart to his feet, and much quieter than he normally would speak, said, "You guys can race if you want. I don't feel much like running right now."