He looked over at Sebastian and smirked, shaking his head before looking back at the never ending road ahead of them. "I'm not like you, sweetheart. I don't need a fancy house, and an expensive car to feel at ease. I don't care about money, I've never been gifted with the pleasures money could buy, and I don't plan to either." He smiled lightly. "You on the other hand would die a day without it. You've been gifted with it from the day you were born." Fionn licked over his lip. "We are complete opposites, and we're using each other for the same reasons." He drove on, speeding down the almost empty roads as the shadows roamed past the streetlights. Darkness fell over the small town, and Fionn felt himself come alive. A soft howl of delight rolled past his lips as music rang out from the back speakers. Light conversations of happiness, and boredom hung between the two teenage boys and Fionn couldn't help but feel contempt. "I'll show you the little things in life, Sebastian..." He purred as he finally parked the car at the edge of an ongoing field outside of town.
Paul:: He chuckled lightly. "Alright." He said then grabbed it. He poured some in and put it back. He grabbed the pills and the mug and walked over to her. He handed them to her and sat on a chair by her. "Here you go." He said smiling softly.
Candice:: She laughed softly. "Really?" She asked. "You don't plan on going to any more parties? Or getting married?" She asked him curiously. "Do you plan on being alone for the rest of your life?" She said. She honestly thought he was doing very well for someone who had put himself down so much.
Noah was glad that he answered the girl's questions. Hopefully the whole 'college life' wouldn't discourage her in any way, but she seemed like the type of girl that didn't seem to get discouraged too easily. He was half way done with his meal and he was starting to feel slightly bloated. He took another sip of his drink before he responded. "Lucky you huh? I don't have any other classes. Fortunately, I only teach throughout the morning and then I have the rest of the day to myself." The man rubbed his index finger against his chin as if trying to figure something out while he stared at the girl. "Are you finished with your classes for today, Alison?" he questioned her.
The man nodded once at the girl's last remark. Noah began to eat his meal as he, too, listened to the numerous of questions that she was asking him. He chuckled a bit and cleared his throat before he began to answer her questions. "Being a student was a breeze for me," he honestly told her. "I was well-known, I'm not going to lie. I guess I was a bit stressed. I did suffer a lot of peer pressure and trying to please everyone, but I tried my hardest not to let that keep me from doing what I wanted to do." He paused for a moment to think of her other questions while he took a sip from his drink. "I did attend parties but nothing too major. I wasn't in a fraternity because most of them required hazing just to get in, which is wrong. But most of the time, I worked and studied with a few buddies of mine," he added and looked at the girl. "Don't worry about college too much," he sincerely told her. "You'll make friends that are much like you and your experience here will be awesome. Just don't do something that you'll regret later," he nodded towards her. "Is that all you'd like to know?"
"I'm 100% sure that it'll come true," Noah said after they made their toast, nodding his head in assurance. He settled his glass on the table slowly before picking up his fork, inserting some pasta inside of his mouth. He let the warm, delicious flavor invade his mouth as he chewed his food respectfully. After he finished, the man's eyes shot up in slight bafflement and let out a light chuckle. "Thank you. I've been told that I do look young," he began, cleaning the corners of his lips before continuing. "I am 23, just fresh out of college," he informed her, flashing her a charming-like smile. "Yeah, I got lucky enough to be a professor at the campus right after I graduated. I guess I really charmed them away," he teased, running his fingers through his silky locks.
Noah nodded silently at her as a smile played on his lips. "Yeah? Perhaps you will have me as a professor. Who knows?" he shrugged lightly and let out a small chuckle. He thanked the waiter once their meals were settled in front of them. He tapped his chin thoughtfully as he thought of the many clubs that were at the college. "Perhaps you'd be interested in an Improve club or a Slam Poetry club," the man suggested. "I do believe that there's a publishing class, but if there isn't, I highly recommend that you start the club. It'll make you a leader." The man smiled lightly at her and picked up his glass of water. "Here's to you becoming a successful publisher," he toasted, stifling laughter from escaping his lips. "Cheers," he clinked glasses with the girl and then took a sip from the glass, the liquid cool inside of his mouth.
"You're very welcome, Alison," Noah responded to her gratitude after opening the doors for her. He continued to look at the menu but his head jerked up to the girl as soon as he heard her soft voice call out to him. Before answering her question, the man told the waiter his order, which was pasta telefono. He cleared his throat and smiled genuinely at her. "I teach mathematics and on a more secrecy level I teach medieval studies, nothing too major. Thank you for asking. Only very few people are actually interested in what teach," he informed her. He picked up his glass of water and took a small sip before placing the folded napkin on his lap. His blue eyes gazed at her and nodded towards her. "Hm. What are you majoring/minoring in, Alison? Are you currently enrolled in any clubs, sports, etc.?" he asked her politely, raising an eyebrow at her.
Paul:: He smiled softly then nodded to her. He walked into the kitchen and searched around until he found the coffee and mugs. He made her a cup then looked for aspirin. "Would you like anything in your coffee?" He asked as he poured her some and got two pills.
Candice:: She giggled softly and nodded. "Alright." She said. "You know, with progress like this, I may have you dancing like a pro by the time you're forty!!" She teased as she still moved with him. "I'm kidding. You're doing fine." She smiled up at him.
Aaron chuckled softly and smiled softly "Alright, alright. The city." He smiled, his arms still around her. But he wouldn't be disrespectful about it. He smiled and looked out on the water. It was beautiful, breathtaking really. He smiled "I'm happy I'm here with you Bethany." He smiled
Cameron smiled at him as he got up, causing her to giggle. She smiled and wrapped the bed sheets around her. She nodded and ran a hand through her bed head. "Um, yeah. That sounds nice. I'll go freshen up." She walked around, finding the bathroom and walking inside, fixing her hair
As they made their way to the parking lot, Noah unlocked his car and opened the door for the student before walking over to the driver's side. The man started the engine and drove off to the restaurant that he told the girl about. It wasn't a far drive, only 5 or so minutes away from campus. Hopefully the girl's next class wasn't any time soon, for he didn't want for her to be late. Once they arrived at the small restaurant, he parked and gracefully opened the door for the girl when she got out of the car and when she went inside of the restaurant. Following after her, the man went up to the waiter and nodded towards him . "A table for two, please," he said casually, flashing the man a cordially smile. As they were assigned a table, he pushed the chair back for the girl before taking a seat in front of her. "Choose whatever you'd like, Alison," he informed her as he picked up the menu.
Paul:: He smiled softly and helped her to the couch. He bit his lip gently. She really had too much to drink. "Ok, I'll make you a deal." He started. "You let me get you some coffee and aspirin and then I'll tell you." He suggested.
Candice:: She grinned lightly and shook her head as she looked up at him. "I know." She smiled. "You know, you're not as bad as you think you are." She told him. "Besides, the more you dance, the better you'll get." She smiled up at him as she continued to move with him.
Paul:: He got out then walked to her side and helped her out. He smiled softly and walked behind her up to her apartment. He chuckled lightly. "I'd hope so. Don't need you breaking in anywhere." He winked then followed her in. He laughed softly as he watched her go to the cat tower. He followed her and looked at him.
Candice:: She watched him and giggled softly. "Alright..." She said. "Take my hips." She told him as she wrapped her arms around his shoulders. "Now just move with me!" She grinned at him as she started to move around, mainly with just her hips. She kept her feet in pretty much the same spot so he'd catch on easier.
Noah looked down at the salad options that were placed before him and sort of grimaced in disgust. Yeah, the salads from the cafeteria weren't the absolute best of choices to choose from but most of these students were likely to live on bread and frozen food. The man nodded in agreement that it wasn't worth the appetite to eat this salad. He raised his head and glanced at the girl. "Perhaps there's a salad bar not too far away from here. Would you be interested in me taking you?" he asked the girl. He himself has been there and it was so much better than the salad that the college served here. "Come, I'll drive you," he told her in a polite manner, giving her a cordially smirk.
Paul:: He smiled softly and looked down at her as they walked close together. He grinned lightly. "Oh, don't worry about it." He smiled at her. "Oh I bet you do." He chuckled. "But hey, apartments can be really awesome." He said.
Candice:: She bit her lip gently then giggled softly. "That's doesn't matter." She said as she set her bottle down then took his hand and pulled him onto the dance floor with her. "Just relax and feel the beat!" She said over the rather loud music and grinned then started to dance.
Paul:: He smiled softly at her then nodded at her suggestion. "Your house sounds great." He said. "And I don't mind cat dogs at all." He chuckled lightly then stood up and held his hand out to her. He mainly wanted to help veep her stable, but if he got to hold her, that would just be a bonus.