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posted Jan 26 2017, 06:28 PM //
An actual day off was a rarity in his line of work, but swinging round the Christmas period when you pretty much worked every other day of the year wasn't exactly hard. The only sad part of it was that without any clients he didn't exactly have anyone to attend the ball with him, meaning that he was resigned to showing up as a solo act. But as he put on his mask he decided to ignore all of that. He was here to have a good time and da- who the hell was that?
"Hey excuse me! Hey! Hey!" the escort shouted after the blond who moved in front of him, the blond he had been looking for high and low since he met him in that coffee shop that rainy afternoon. But now there were people standing in his way, the man moving to push everyone aside to get to the target of shouting, eventually managing to grab hold of the man's hand, using it to pull himself through the people before smiling.
"Sorry ... I might have the wrong person but I don't suppose you remember me? Coffee shop a few months back when I was too stupid to ask for your number?"
posted Feb 1 2017, 05:24 AM //
posted Oct 8 2017, 04:39 AM //
it wasn't him. the guy just looked at him blankly and really it was the masks fault because if that wasn't there then he could've picked him out immediately. like he could forget that face, that and the intense pain of regret were pretty much carved into his soul. so much for a christmas miracle, until someone else started speaking to him.
he could've given himself whiplash with how quickly he turned around, trying to disguise the look of complete joy on his face and failing miserably. that was him! niall from the coffee shop, and he couldn't help but praise the baby jesus for hooking him up on his birthday. fate was good, god was good, everything was good.
"i mean you didn't ask for mine either, did you niall?" the demigod replied, walking over to his mystery boy, the man everyone was probably sick of him whining about by now. it took a second for him to whip his phone out of his pocket, unlocking it and handing it over to the other man. "before anything else phone number please," he had the contact ready, had done since the coffee shop.
niall's name had a little sun next to it. it was cute.