There should be a personal preference that people could check before mentioning. To some it’s a very personal subject. Oh payback it is when they start aging just as fast. When the rest of us are 50 you’ll still be 22 and I’d believe it.
Right? Kinda like how you check yes or no to be an organ donor, you could check yes or no to people mentioning your birthday/age. It really is! You don’t know how touchy someone could be about their age, it’s kind of rude honestly. Exactly, and payback is a bitch. You’re too sweet, I’m sure I’ll start looking like an old lady soon. So, how’ve you been, Andrew?
I’ve been seeing a ton of trailers for horror movies lately and it just makes me really excited for Halloween. I just might have a long horror movie marathon tonight, and then start complaining that I think my house is haunted by tomorrow morning.
I’m excited for Halloween every day of the year. I have countdowns, seriously. Horror movie marathons are so much fun, they’re one of my favorite things to do.
VMAs today. Lets do this.
They were very interesting. I’m glad I watched them from the comfort of my couch, though.
Evan smiled at her, watching as she let herself go. It was nice to see her like this, light and happy. It was a different sight to see compared to everything he had been surrounded with lately. It was a welcomed change for him right now. “I don’t want my dog to run away or get kidnapped, no,” he said, laughing softly and shaking his head. “What? I don’t come up with ridiculous ideas. I bet you’re going to bite your tongue when I end up being super loved for my genius ideas,” he said, letting out a huff of air. “I can’t help it, it’s funny,” he said, letting out a chuckle. “And it’s cute too. That snort was really charming,” he grinned, watching her for a moment before looking away. He let out a gasp, shaking his head. “I never say anything stupid. Frankly, the fact that you think that of me is offensive,” he said with a smirk. “I think you need to calm in every direction,” he replied back to her, shaking his head at her own confusion. Evan nodded his head, giving her a smile. “Oh yes I am,” he whispered. “It was not four hundred dollars. It was three hundred and sixty dollars and it still happens to be the most handy one I have,” he argued. “I don’t poop anywhere but the toilet. Trust.”
He smiled at her, but didn’t say anything to her in response. Evan knew that they were destined for failure at the time, but he didn’t want to accept it. He liked her way too much to allow that. “Yeah. Life happens when you’re busy making other plans, or whatever,” he shook his head with a sigh. He nodded his head in agreement, smiling softly. “If only we would have waited, huh?” he asked, quirking his brow. He didn’t know why he had said that, but he couldn’t help his own curiosity. “You’re not being cliché. I understand where you’re coming from, I really do,” he said gently, looking up to meet her eyes. He smiled at her grin, nodding his head. “I think that we could make this work. We could be friends,” he said, thinking it over for a moment. He looked up at her, nodding his head and giving her a smile. “Sorry. I’m all over the place,” he admitted with a sigh. He laughed, nodding his head. “Yeah, none of that has changed. It’s good when I’m in a relationship, because then I have someone to do it to and they wouldn’t mind. But when I’m single I end up fucking around with people and it just… it’s not so good,” he laughed.
"I don’t know, okay?!" he shook his head, squeezing his eyes shut in order to calm himself down. "I don’t know. I just needed to tell someone. I needed someone to know because I feel like it’s been eating me up inside," he admitted, letting out a small gasp of air. "I’m sorry," he muttered gently. "Yeah, but giving people a chance could fuck my life over forever. I can’t take that chance. Not that it makes a difference, since I don’t feel any better right now. Maybe I deserve to go to prison. Hell, I do deserve it," he admitted, pinching the bridge of his nose. "Why are you sad?" he asked, a frown on his face as he looked at her gently. He frowned as she spoke, keeping himself close to her, turning his attention to her as she nudged their noses together. "I know it takes time," he whispered. Evan shook his head, his brows furrowing. "I can’t be the person she wants me to be anymore. There’s no point in trying to fix it. I just… I’ll never be that Evan ever again," he tried to explain, but he knew he was making very little sense. He didn’t response to her rants, just letting himself kiss her and hoping to get a response. He felt her pull back, but he hoped she would just let it go. He didn’t want to talk to her anymore. "Alex," he muttered against her lips, pulling away slightly. "I just want you to know that I really didn’t come here to hook up. I swear. But I just-," he sighed heavily. "I just really really want to have sex with you right now,” he admitted, leaning in to return the kiss again.
"That’s likely what would happen if you just kicked your dog out and said go make friends," she laughed, her lips tugging in a smirk as she eyed Evan. "You absolutely come up with the most ridiculous ideas. Pretty sure every highdea you’ve ever had was ridiculous.” Alex let out a soft snort of laughter, rolling her eyes and shaking her head. “Yeah, I’m sure I will.” She muttered, smirking. “It is not funny! My laugh isn’t funny.” She pouted, looking at him in mock hurt. Alex rolled her eyes, but couldn’t help the soft flush that rose on her cheeks. “Yeah, yeah, whatever,” she mumbled, waving a hand in dismissal. “Oh come on, you totally say off the wall stuff all the time. You open your mouth and it’s just amusing thing after amusing thing, even if you’re not meaning it to. It’s pretty fun, actually, makes you fun to be around. It’s why I loved being around you so much. You could make me laugh without even trying.” She nodded, her smile softening as she spoke. “I think, you just need to get on my level.” She nodded, pressing her lips together as she looked at him, a sly smirk slowly spreading on her lips. “You’re so easily offended, you little teddy bear.” She giggled, shaking her head. “That is still very close to four hundred dollars and still so absolutely fucking ridiculous.” She pointed out, raising a brow. “There you go again, can’t even go along with the metaphor, you party pooper.”
Alex laughed softly and nodded, running a hand through her hair, pushing it back out of her face and sighing softly. “Yeah, Lennon had it right on a lot of things, didn’t he?” She murmured, shaking her head in thought. Alex raised her head, blinking up at him, her brows twitching down minutely. She wasn’t sure how to take that. But she didn’t want to overthink it. She knew he probably didn’t mean anything by it. “Yeah,” she whispered, nodding. “Who knows what would have happened.” She agreed, laughing it off. “I think I’m being a little cliche,” she said, her nose crinkling as she spoke, raising her fingers in a unit of measurement. Alex’s smile faltered slightly, but was still present, tilting her head as she looked at him. “I thought we were already friends,” she said softly. Alex smiled softly, nodding in understanding. “It’s okay. I genuinely didn’t mean to upset you, though.” She said, shrugging a shoulder. “Everything it better in a relationship when you’re drunk. Well, maybe not everything. Drunk fights are terrible. But when you’re not fighting, it’s pretty great.” Alex giggled, shaking her head before nodding. “Yeah, that’s probably not the greatest. I didn’t mind it when we fucked around though. You always got really frisky, it was kind of fun, especially when I just teased you on purpose.”
"Relax, Evan," she snapped, shaking her head. The last thing she wanted was Evan losing it on her, when she wasn’t even trying to instigate him. "It has been eating you up inside, Evan, that much is obvious." She sighed, tilting her head sadly. "It’s fine. Just don’t yell at me." She muttered, looking down to the floor, scuffing her foot along the wood. "I don’t know what you want me to tell you, Evan. I’m trying here. Maybe I’m biased, but I don’t think you deserve to go to prison. You made a mistake." She whispered, shaking her head. Alex sighed, running a hand through her hair, letting her head hang back for a moment before looking at Evan. "Because you really haven’t changed." She shrugged, her lips twitching, looking away before her eyes began to water. "So you just have to give it time," she whispered, biting at her lip, sighing softly. "You could at least try to mend the relationship, so you can be friends again. You never know, Evan, she could be there to support you. She could be someone to lean on." She suggested, raising a brow hopefully. She just wanted to make him feel better. A soft moan slipped out of her throat as she kissed him, unbidden and making her flush. She wanted this so badly, but this wasn’t how she wanted it. But this might be all she got. "Shh," she mumbled against his lips, shaking her head minutely. She pouted when he pulled away, blinking her eyes open to look at him. "Evan," she sighed, swallowing thickly, her eyes darting over his face. "Shut up," she mumbled, leaning in and kissing him deeply, nipping at his lower lip, "and fuck me." She murmured, pressing herself flush against him, her breath hitching as she deepened the kiss.