"What would you guys love to have?"
Dreg looked at Dar. That was his counterpart. At least, that was the only person he could be very free with. He could be free with others too of course, but there was always a distinction to it. And that distinction did really matter to him. Sea didn't seem to be too interested. He didn't know if he was right. She had brought them there and what? She brought them there to lose interest? He wasn't sure. He couldn't be. He didn't try to. He didn't want to begin the trail of such thought. He could actually use several other feelings. Paul on the other hand was cold. Like he was bluntly cold. He didn't hide it. Twasnt like he wasn't interested or something close to that, but twas obvious that something was not right with him. He didn't know what that was. He should ask him but there was not the right place. He would of course figure the right place out and have his rage and expectations s
"What do you advise we do?" The fairy walked ahead. It moved forward as though he was leaving for some better place or something close to that. It halted under the tree and tried to figure out what all that what owed to. It ignored it. That wasn't the best time. It turned and looked at the other two standing as though they were waiting on its order. Well, twas always great to feel bossy and have a way round situations. It wasn't feeling that Important, but that was the only meaning it could read to at that moment. She wouldn't hold back of course. What was the point? "Ok! Lemme guess, I know what we should do." It had been the one who had asked the question and was the same with the answer. No one of course was as confused as it was. With its brief structure as though twas some myth. It was very annoying and could be every appealing. He could approve of a lot
"More of a show that was. Now let's get that over with and assign ourselves roles." Twas the fairy who firstly broke the silence. It didn't only break but did make mess of its being. It made mockery of all the forms of the idea and was even there to fight for what it had coursed. It sure did have its way with actions. It was so skilled and could do all that was right. It did think that it did know all and could simply do whatever would seem like the best. Like whatever would be the best to him. That wasn't what was supposed to be thought. The feelings should be far from that. It could only think for itself not nurse the thoughts of the other. It didn't know what they all were feeling. It wasn't ready to make meaning of it. It did have its way around the whole thing and was used to it. Twas what was supplanted and could have a thrill to it. It did have all was ought to be and all that were mirage. Whichever would be useful would def
"What would you love to have?" The waitress was standing by her. She didn't know what to say. They had recently agreed with the apt atmosphere and it had done its part and had borne them there. There were left to act out the remaining. Whichever way they would act it would determine if they would be accepted or not. She didn't know why she was so jumpy. She was feeling that she would be spotted amongst the numbers of people that were in the cafeteria. She wanted to toss that thought aside and have the best part of herself known. She didn't want to be the one to give herself away. She would never do that. She didn't want to. She didn't know why she was feeling like she was the only there. Matter-of-factly, she was there with the other. She shouldn't be all that worried. She could use several other feelings which would aid her worth. She didn't know if she would be able to put up with that. She did wish that she would have her way ar
"Beg your pardon, madam." She pretended as though she hadn't noticed them coming. Immediately they did arrive she had thrown her gaze sideways as though she didn't see. She didn't know if that had been obvious. She looked at the four of them. She tried to allot several meanings to what she did have in mind. She wasn't sure about how to go dealing with it all. She did really wanna be sure but she couldn't put up with it. Each of the guys was having a pair of cloth and what looked long and divided at the top of the stomach. She didn't know what name twas called. She wouldn't pretend. None of them did look like the other tiger who had taken a new form. She had no idea why she was actually trying to compare the two of them. She didn't know what feelings she was supposed to nurse. She was trying her best. She wanted to put up with it but couldn't simply figure out how to do that. She did wish that she would have her way. Their gazes were eager
"Y'all see who I am seeing?" She looked away from the entrance of the restaurant. She looked at the guys with him. She didn't know if they were interested in whatever she did have to say. She wouldn't start making hypotheses which were not realistic. She wouldn't start putting up with things which were not worth her thoughts. She did know what she could think of. She was hoping that she would get all that did mean the best. She was expecting and time was testing the best part of all the odds. She wanted to knuckle under several thoughts but she simply couldn't put up with that. She did wish that she would be able to. She didn't know what thoughts she was caught in. That wasn't her new time. That wasn't her first time. She was sure that that wouldn't be the last. She was trying to be sure that she did know what course the thoughts were plying. She was trying her best to figure out. That was all that she could do.
"I'll go and meet them." None of them did say anything to what she has said. She knew that she was being dramatic. She didn't want it to seem as though she was the only odd one there. She did wish that she would be able to. She was making her options known. She didn't want them to feel what she was feeling. Nah! He did want them to feel it but wouldn't put up with it. He would try his best of course. He would make all known of course. He would be able to address the whole thing of course. She did know what she did need and would obviously put up with it. Time would test it and the whole thing would actually and exactly what she did want. She didn't know if the rest were seeing what he was. She didn't want to prune guesses. That was not something to put up with. She would put up with several other things. She was more than sure about it. It did take the pull and rage to make the brain known. Things were what they were and she would
"What was that you did over there?" She was back at the table. The fairy seemed not to be interested as well as her prince charming. His stern gaze was setting her off. She didn't mean it to be that way. She didn't know how she had meant it to be or look like. "I figured out they were the guys with whom we discussed some whiles back." The fairy looked towards her prince charming. He was always the one with guts. His protruding belly like a balloon let alone to wander in the breath of the hay. Yet! He did always have something to say. The young tiger who was the prince charming had his way with the expressions. He didn't do more of the 'I'm interested' thingy. Twas more like the 'get over with whatever you're trying to do'. She couldn't be sure if that was right or she was just busy sorting worthless th
"What do you think about that woman?" "Which?" He wanted to feign the innocent one. That was never the plain truth of course. It had never been and would never be. The fairy always knew how to figure out whenever he was feigning and when he was sane. That really didn't seem to bother him. It really did though but he wouldn't suffer to let it slide. "The one that just left here of course." He took a swig from the cup of cappuccino before him. That was one of the better things he had tasted ever in his life. That was way better from the Impalas he had ever feasted on. A part of him didn't want him to return being a tiger. A human did befit him. At least, that was the lie he was telling himself. The fairy's fiery gaze wa