"Handle it?" Andrew echoes, looking positively scandalized until it melts away to reveal a look of sheer excitement. "I'm looking forward to it! Aw, man, mom's gonna be happy. You see, she didn't think I was going to fit in much, but I'm happy we can prove her wrong! Let's steer away from my place, though, because my brothers are all annoying and my sisters wouldn't leave you alone," he chuckles. "Maybe we can ask the bowling alley to host a Disney night! Or go on a picnic to Hyde Park for a picnic and Princess and the Frog? It'd be great," Andrew rubs the back of his neck, just now realizing how she might interpret that. His cheeks are a deep red, and the heat crawls up to the tip of his ears. "I - uhhh, you know, as, uhh... friends, yeah? 'Cause - 'cause I just met you and everything, even though you're a super cool girl and I wanna hang out with you! I just don't wanna jump the gun, and, and, and - you know, overstep."