Adalinda spotted the man starting to come after her, and instantly had her feet planted on the ground shoulder width apart, and her arms crossed over her chest. She wasn't caring who this guys was. She would have to be careful though. She could be recognized as a member of the West Fiore Trading Company if someone payed attention to her right shoulder blade. Then again, she was also defending someone right then.
She perked an eyebrow up at Yuudai as he had threatened the man without a word. She tries her hardest to not snicker at his reaction, and stayed in her stance as she waited for the man to run off with his tail between his legs. When Yuudai continued to walk over to the pastry shop, Ada had followed next to him, arms still crossed over her chest as she hadn't been amused by the scene fully, just by Yuudai's actions.
Tamaria was taking a bite out of one of her cinnamon rolls when Yuudai thanked her. She glanced to Adalinda for a moment, waiting till she bit into her food before she responded. "Well I can't let Adalinda's future boyfriend be insulted like that. She wouldn't ever hook up with you if I didn't do anything for him." She says, causing Ada cough as her bite of food had gone down the wrong pipe.
The slayers cheeks had gone a deep red as she glanced to Yuudai. She had ducked her head a little bit as she rubbed the back of her head. "Could you stop trying to hook me up with everyone?"
"Oh, I'm not trying to hook you up with everyone anymore. Just Yuudai since you guys spent a lovely night together." Tamaria was a bit smug as Ada felt her cheeks warm up. She glances away and takes a deep breath as she was quietly pouting to herself.
She then dares to glance at Yuudai. "Do me a favor, and ignore Tamaria from now on." She sighs as she had tore off another bite of her croissant, a tad angrily as she was annoyed. She noticed what He was eating, and raised an eyebrow. "What exactly is that? I've never seen it before... either that, or Tammy is a terrible cook and doesn't tell me what she makes me." She teased, making the cat huff from across the table.