In reply to manofchance, #10862: To nitpick: He's actually making a necklace of flowers not wearing them. Also, I think it's a stretch to say that's why he was making it as that's one stretch of a stupid pun.
He also rests them down on the ground and when the camera shifts back to him they've vanished. But eh... animation...
"These days" they would be humping like rabbits in a Viagra factory. However, as it was mentioned during a Linzin discussion, ATLA and LoK do not happen in our time,or even our dimension. ATLA is based in what I can only call Feudal China, and LoK is closer to the Roaring Twenties: obviously sex was highly taboo, especially for the unmarried. But who knows, the Avatar universe could be completely caddywompus on this issue as opposed to ours, and we may never know unless Bryke addresses it. Though lets be honest, that would be all kinds of awkward.
At one point, the camera cuts away while they’re together at Mai’s house late at night. When the show returns to their side of the story the next morning, Zuko is still there, lounging on her couch, that is in her bedroom, with a badly messed up head of hair. And she’s making him tea.