And look forward to every sunrise... with your lovely blue skunk!
Fraise and Milkie may be nothing alike; that will happen when you're 14 years apart. But one thing they definitely got right is their literal love of big-butted blue skunks.
And the big butts are just the icing on the cake, really. Leila and Gwen are the best things to ever happen to Milkie and Fraise respectively.
Leila gets Milkie up and out there, where he would rather spend time by himself. She gets him to try new things and have new experiences that he would otherwise miss. It's tough having a super hero for a girlfriend, too. She's introduced him to a level of worry and caring that he'd never have imagined bearing for another person. He cares about her feelings and makes sure she's happy and provided for, and that she's always got someone she can go to when she needs to unwind. She does, after all, value him for how utterly normal he is in a world full of villains and magicians.
Fraise is kind of the opposite. She's not normal. She's this wacky, goofy, dumb kid who sees everything as wonderful and wants to do every stupid idea for the sake of doing it. She makes no sense, and for Gwen, that kind of grounds her in her childhood. For an eleven-year-old girl, Fraise isn't even that mature. Gwen on the other hand is outrageously mature for being only a year older. They pull each other up in equal parts, taking from their strengths to overcome each other's weaknesses. Fraise doesn't really get it - to her, she just reeeeeeealllllly likes Gwen, more than anyone ever. She doesn't understand the way her heart goes pitter-pat for her. But it doesn't matter, because things seem to unfold naturally. Fraise's love comes from the soul, without a hint of logic or reason to get in the way.
What if one of them gets married though seriously. Then one of them would be dating their sister-in-law. Isn't that weird?