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"I guess it depends on your reasons or what made you do it. These days I’ve only killed
those who I’ve had to, since they were trying to kill me. Though the group I was with at
the beginning, not all of them saw it like that. Thought I was going to murder them at first
and I felt like shit.” He sighed briefly. “My friends there knew I wasn’t bad.” He stated clearly.
"Actually, she was only smart for that and being good with a gun. She wasn’t good at much
else. Kept always complaining that the radio wouldn’t work or the flash light wouldn’t work
and I’m like ‘there are no batteries in this thing’.” He chuckled briefly. “Then when you gave
her battries, she’d put them in the wrong way.” He smiled. “Course not.”
"Well, I think everyone thinks that a new person coming around is bad news
and might kill them. It’s not just you.” She said, shrugging her shoulders quickly.
"In a world like this one, it’s not easy to trust a stranger since for most people it’s
every man for himself.” Then she chuckled at what he said about his friend. “Wow.
That’s — something else.” She murmured, still laughing a little. “I used to know a
person like that though. Really sweet, but he had damn near no common sense.”
The man hadn’t exactly expected his significant other to overhear the ridiculous one-sided conversation that took place in the foyer of the home, but when Cass spoke, Alex couldn’t help but raise each palm in defeat. Both eyes trailed over to watch as the two youngsters obeyed their aunt’s request and tiny feet were soon pattering toward the next destination. Carelessly, he observed as the female maneuvered to sit beside him. Head dipping to the side, his hues examine her own carefully and he’s listening to her vocalization that doesn’t sound all too pleased. “I’m just making myself at home.” He replied in a low tone before his expression leaned only a mere few inches away from her, his pout was practically wordlessly begging to interact with Cassie’s. “Do you think it would be weird if we did it at your sister’s tonight? You know, kids sleeping, couple wine coolers into us…”
Her gaze broke away from his briefly to be cast downward at the ground while she listened to him speak back to her. “I understand that, but they are kids and you can’t just say whatever you want around them. — Or you shouldn’t anyway.” Her eyes finding his again, she couldn’t help but notice the closeness of his countenance and his silent though highly expressive look. Before she was able to properly think about it or realize it she was leaning closer to him to close the space between them further; her forehead coming into contact with his and her slightly pursed lips beginning to curve up into an amused smile before emitting a gentle giggle thanks to his query. “No — Well, maybe, but when has something being weird or possibly stupid stopped us from doing anything?” Her eyebrow is quirked upwards just a bit now as she’s fondly regarding her counterpart.
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- I thought I was calling the office of supreme genius.
- Well, gorgeous, you’ve been rerouted to the office of too frickin’ bad.
- Try to look less official.
- Medical school, schmedical school!
- You ready to do some work?
- Why not? I haven’t slept this week, might as well give up eating too.
- You should see what comes up when you type “death” into a search engine.
- No wonder you can’t find a date.
- Finding new ways to hurt each other is what we’re good at.
- See, my code of survival says never mess with a woman who carries a gun.
- I don’t know everything. I mean, despite the fact that you think that I do.
- I never said that. When have I ever said that?
- Anybody ever heard of sarcasm?
- You kick like a nine year-old girl.
- You find baldness and wrinkles attractive?
- Nobody gets therapy these days without a healthy dose of medication.
- Are you hacking into the government’s HMO database? Is that legal?
- Of course not. We’ll both go to prison and you’ll be someone’s bitch.
- Yeah, movie night. I’ll go make popcorn.
- Easy there, tough guy. Have some coffee with your sugar.
- 'Sometimes what we don't do is every bit as powerful as what we do.
- You have a lovely smile. But you don’t smile much.
- Where else would any of us be on a Saturday night? It’s not like we have lives or anything.
- Speak for yourself.
- Is there anything worse than cop-shop coffee?
- Day-old cop-shop doughnuts?
- She’s answering every question with just her name and Social Security Number.
- Like a prisoner of war.
- Captain America here shot number five.
- Did you know that experts credit Confucius with the advent of the chopstick? He equated knives with acts of aggression.
- It’s like trying to forage for dinner with a pair of number two pencils. It’s absolutely incredible. 1.3 billion people stay nourished because of these things.
- If I weren’t a lesbian, I’d jump your bones.
- Hanging out with you can be really depressing.
- Serial killers make lousy tourist attractions.
- In my experience, evil is not a cultural phenomenon – it’s a human one.
- You really don’t know someone till you take a road trip with them.
- Call me cynical, but considering it’s 2 a.m., I doubt it’s good news.
- Please don’t tell me you have a crush on a fictional character.
- What the hell was that?
- He had a bomb.
- You didn’t think we needed to know that?
- Come on, genius, do something genius-like.
- I’d call him an ass.
- Trust me, you don’t want to model your social life on mine.
- You are a goddess, woman.
- I know what it’s like to be afraid of your own mind.
- A magician doesn’t reveal his secrets.
- Beauty can cover a multitude of sins, but underneath we all look exactly the same.
- The world is pretty screwed up.
- I'm gonna put this guy's head on a stick.
- You all right?
- I’m fine.
- What is the matter with you?
- I have never seen you act like this.
- You look like hell.
- I’m trying to be more conversational.
- I’m not scared. I don’t wanna be in an elevator with you, to be honest.
- This is crazy.
- You should have listened to me.
- Do not make me smack you in front of all these people.
- There is really no acceptable excuse for violence, but for you I am making an exception.
- No, no… I’m talking evil twin, eviler twin… just think…
- I’ll put on the coffee.
- Okay, smartass, you drive.
- Well, “roadside hotels” definitely go on my list of things to never do again.
- Remind me to have her drug tested.
- What are you guys doing here?
- My dry-cleaning is more important than you.
- I never have any normal fans…
Hand on the back of his neck, Alex is rubbing the surface out of mixed boredom and anticipation for a reply. Eyebrow quirked in perplexity and he’s looking around. “What the fuck’s a wine cooler?” It was quiet, and more aimed for self-conversation before his body shuffled to sit along the lavish estate’s staircase. One elbow propped on a step and Alex is staring at the younger boy who’s expression happened to be doing the same. “Hear your mom has a new boyfriend…” With his visage morphed almost devious, the man watched Noah as he simply nodded. “I know him, you know. He’s a fuckin’ prick. Not to be trusted. Little weasel man.” It was although the other was rendered speechless, however, Alex was quick to lean with a bantering chuckle. “I’m just tugging your wiener, Paul. He’s a good guy. Turned down my offer for an all-espense-paid vacation to Miami. That’s something. 'Lot of babes down there. Mostly hookers hooking, but you'll find the odd good one…”
Tiny damp hands reached up towards Cassie; a silent request to be held again now that she had finished washing her hands. The woman obliged. Going back the way they came, the brunette’s eyebrows furrowed as she heard the words of none other than Alex Fields. Releasing an exasperated breath, she’s moving again towards the boys. “Alex, seriously? I’m about two seconds away from stapling your mouth shut or just kicking your ass out myself.” Though she knows she shouldn’t be laughing at all because if anything he says to them makes it to Aspen she’ll never hear the end of it, a soft chuckle still escapes while her head shakes. Placing Olive down, Cassie turned her attention to Noah. “Hey kiddo, take your sister and go watch some educational children’s show — or whatever the hell you want.” Noah sighed, but nodded before walking off with Olive trailing behind him. Now Cass moved to sit next to Alex, her chin propped in her palm as she glanced over at the terribly attractive, albeit idiotic, man. “Can you just chill the fuck out a little bit? Please?”