"I...I am sorry you feel that way, kind sir." Eliot said. He looked like he might cry. "I-I've always said nice things about you, though..."
Joanie was used to Tsuchi's behavior by this point, so she just smirked and went with the flow.
"Show me what you got, hon," she said in a low, seductive tone. "Then we'll talk."
She left the exact meaning of that statement up to interpretation.
"I wasn't talking to whoever you are." He said bluntly.
"Eliot, don't give him the time of day," said Daemon still drawing, now quite quickly. Amazingly, Eliot was one of the few people in the school he could stand. He'd hated him at first, but his randomness grew on him.
"Very well." Eliot said. He looked at his pocket watch. "It is presently nine at night." He said to the gentlemen who seemed to have difficulty speaking.
Juliet ignored the noise of the class and continued reading.Then she glanced at her watch."Just a few more hours..."She thought.
His mind started to race, *Could this be for real?* he though to himself, never once had he actually been accepted but he must play it cool.
He got up and made to kiss her hand, "Your charm is abundant with your beautiful musical talent, and your beauty knows no bounds. Please let me show you a wonderful day." He reached out and attempted to kiss her, *maybe this is going too far, oh but what the hell," he thought to himself not caring what would happen afterwords.
Walking into the classroom, Linda ignored the antics of everyone else around her and strode straight to her desk.
"Hi everyone," she said as she slammed her books loudly on the table. Linda was exhausted from days of on and off parties, and then study. Sitting down, Linda's head hit the desk.
"Fair madamoiselle, are you quite alright?" Eliot asks Linda, sitting next to her.
"Whatcha reading?" asked Daemon, randomly appearing behind Juliet. He had a habit of just popping out of the shadows. It was normally out of character for him to just start up a conversation, but he liked her it was much different.
Juliet looked behind her a bit surprised and startled.Then she looked back at the book."Uhmm...a book that I somewhat find interesting..."she replied shyly.
"Cool..." replied Daemon, now back to his awkwardness. "Um...so what is it about..." he asked, scratching the back of his head nervously. His heart began to race and his face went bright red.
Acting on instinct, Joanie pressed two fingers to Tsuchi's lips to stop him.
"No, not here," she whispered to him, suppressing a giggle. "Not right in front of everyone. What do I look like, Collie? You come on back to my place later, where we can have some....privacy."
Bella was standing right next to Joanie the whole time, and caught every word. The implications made her feel very uncomfortable, so she quickly went to her seat, which happened to be right next to Daemon's. It was a good matchup—she didn't like to talk to people, and nor did he, so neither one of them felt obligated to say anything to the other.
Meanwhile, Collie and Annie had also taken their seats, and Annie had her laptop out to check her Gmail. She was quite disappointed to discover that she still had no messages.
(You can contact Annie in-character at firstname.lastname@example.org)
"Uh, hey Eliot," Linda groaned, too tired to even consider making fun of Eliot's cheesy line. "It's just been so busy lately, you know how it is. I just need some time to relax!"