I still want that pie I actually never got. Come on people, get on this.
Why haven’t you just gone out to the shops to buy one or something? I’m sure there’re some around.
Wordless || Jennifer & Jack
It was early in the evening, but Jennifer was having an off day. Terribly quiet, she was not accustomed to this loss of words. It had been an uneventful day, full of watching TV and staring out the window that somehow became utter boredom. Fortunately, Jack had agreed to come over and hang out, a movie marathon in the works. Jennifer was excited to say the least. She could see the boy in her head; he was nearly perfect. He had a fantastic jawline and a dashing smile. Shaking her head, she smiled, laughing to herself. It’s only a few movies, she reminded herself.
Sighing, she pulled on a pair of leggings, covering her bare legs. “Pants suck,” she huffed aloud, giggling. To make herself presentable, Jennifer pushed herself off the small sofa and over to the mirror on the opposite wall. She fluffed her hair and fixed her shirt, trying to look at all decent. The doorbell ringing, Jennifer gave one last look in the mirror before striding over to the door.
Opening it, she smiled at the boy. “Welcome to Chez Lawrence.”
Not even a second after Jack agreed to watch movies with Jennifer was he off his ancient-seeming bed. He was not too keen on staying in the musky, old room on his own any longer than it took to pull on pair of jeans and shirt. He slipped on a pair of shoes and began his way across the creaky floorboards. A small grin threatened to break across his face at the thought of Jennifer. There was something different about the brunette, which enticed Jack; however, he reminded himself that they were only going to watch a few movies and then he would be back in his ancient bed once more, listening to the rats nibbling at the walls.
Upon the door opening, Jack couldn’t help the wide grin that appeared on his face at the before him. “Nice place you’ve got here,” he commented, forcing his eyes to keep from straying. “You going to invite me in?” The question was boarder-lining sarcastic as he titled his head a little to the side with a charming grin still plastered upon his face.
Watching a movie? Eating? Who knows, the possibilities are endless.
Hm guess your right. Movie night Jack and Jennifer style?
Who said words were involved?
Guess it’s pretty implied. What’s hanging out with no words?
Someone should come visit me in my room.
What happened with being lost for words?
Ugh, they need to stop being such lazybums. I guess I’m stuck with you, yeah?
I couldn’t complain about that if I tried. It’s just such a sweet deal, man.
How you getting on in this
witch coven hotel?
Feeling a bit under the weather. Where the hell is everyone?
Hiding away in there rooms is my best bet. It’s just you and me, Malik.