Faybian tipped his head as he stood and brought his empty plate over to sink. "Hell is like any other place. It has its residence and good and bad things about it." He explained vaguely, wrapping his arms around Alexander's waist and pressing a kiss to the base of his neck. "Most of what humans consider to be hell is off. There are some truth in much of their misconceptions though. Obviously you've heard of Lucifer Morningstar. He's our king alongside our queen Lilith and Princes Charlie. There are 9 rings of hell each ruled by their own lord, myself included. Most of the rings represent things such as wrath or lust. Very heirachal. A 'dog eat dog's world as humans call it." He explained, placing more kiss to Alexander's neck before letting go to start drying the dishes and putting them away. "Was there something in particular you were interested in knowing?" He asked, glancing over as he picked up a plate from the drying wrack.
Alexanderander shivered as he was explaining. It got him distracted, but he still managed to listen to every word. "Your tactics won't work on me demon. I've become immune. Feel free to try again though." He huffed. "So, it's like earth, but like the level of crimes are separated. I feel like you're just describing earth, but like in a really fucked up way." He passed the wet dishes to Faybian almost like a factory line. Did them slowly so it wouldn't be too many dishes coming at him. "So enough about hell. How about we finish that computer after we finish cleaning. I could sit on your lap and everything."
"somehow I don't believe you human, but I will most certainly keep trying, I promise you that." He murmured with a teasing smile. He nodded as he dried some of the dishes, neatly stack plates and cups to the side to put them away later. "Essentially yes. Depending on what you do, hell can be very much like earth or complete torture. It's what you make it out of be for yourself I suppose." He agreed, moving around Alexander to put the stacks of dishes in the cabinets. "Sure. I'm still not sure how that thing works, considering I'm still learning on your old one, but I guess this a great time to learn." He smiled softly, glad that Alexander was excited about his new computer. "Very well dear, after we can cuddle."
"Cuddles sound great. Oh! Maybe we could make hot chocolate and cuddle. Although it is getting a little warmer, it's still winter, meaning hot chocolate is definitely in season. Is there anything else you want to do today?" He opened the door to his lab, which had an empty computer box in front of the door. Alexander stepped over it with ease, knowing it was there. Knowing his procrastination tendencies, he would probably throw it away in a week or two. He sat on the floor and started to take out the wires from the styrofoam, tossing it aside. He then got up after plunging the cables in and began to range it so no one would trip on them, and he wouldn't get mixed up about what wires go where. He stood back and admired his excellent organizing skills. "So what do you think?"
"There's never not a time for hot chocolate." Faybian agreed, drying off his hands when they had finished cleaning and putting away the dishes. He followed Alexander back to his room, careful not to trip over the boxes that were scattered around the lab/bedroom. "there's still more you wish to do, dear? After going about the town, eating at a new cafe, proposing, setting up a new computer, and having dinner, you still have plans?" He chuckled softly and grabbed a shirt and pants from the closet. He gently tilted Alexander's head up from his work and pressed a kiss to his lips, "After all the excitement of today, I'm craving a night in with you, all to myself." he smiled before gently pulling away and heading to the attached bathroom to shower. He came out half an hour later, dressed in his pjs and with a towel on his head to dry his hair. Settling at the foot of the bed, he tugged over one of the many pillows on the bed and watched as Alexander worked. "I think you're very attractive when you're focused on your work. As for the new computer," he tilted his head from side to side. "I think it's a nice upgrade from your old one."