When you RP with people and their posts are like fucking Shakespeare and yours are basically I CAN COUNT TO POTATO
Hilda is DEFINITELY a cat. She wants us to go to bed. I think we have to oblige~
Falling asleep on top of books.
Guess late night studying after a double shift at the precinct wasn’t the most brilliant of ideas.
name: Jenny (Nene)
birthday: October 27th
zodiac: Scorpio (with a hefty helping of Libra)
single or taken: Taken for life
height: 5’7.5 (171 cm)
eye color: Greyish Blue
middle name: Birgitta, Elisabeth
favorite color: Purple
lucky number: 27
hogwarts house: Slytherin
favorite fictional character: Hibari Kyoya, Rivaille (Levi), Kazutaka Muraki— and more
favorite television show: Castle
favorite season: Autumn
describe yourself in a few words: Obnoxiously fangirlish procrastinator
future children’s names: Ilda, Joshua
meaning of your name: Jenny apparently means “God has been merciful” which is kind of funny
ultimate otp: D18
what do you plan to/do for a living: Draw, hopefully
starbucks order: Tall Chai Latte, extra caramel
THIS OR THAT:
introvert or extrovert
dawn or dusk
righty or lefty
coffee or teaCoke
rain or shine
reading or writing
Hahaha, yes, I just randomly decided to pick this dork (read: ass) up again… so— uh… follow if you feel like it?
Dino gave a soft blink at the other’s words. Pausing for a moment. He sounded really familiar, kind of like Kyoya. “Oh, he sounds a lot like this guy I know at school.” He mumbled as he walked inside, waiting for the other to come in before he began to walk around. “I didn’t know there were other people with such….unique traits..” He wasn’t sure how to put it without coming across mean. Now that he thought about it though, Hibari seemed to…look a lot like Kyoya too.
"Well, the world is smaller than one would think." He pointed out, but then simply shook his head. "Trust me, when I was younger, I’d thought myself pretty abnormal compared to others, but with time, I’ve learned that unique traits are more common than you would ever have known… and more common than you’d ever want to know.”
He rolled his shoulders back with a light sigh, habitually removing his jacket to hang it up, then stepped into the apartment as well. “My brother though, Is not as bad as he appears, though. It’s mostly childishness; despite the way he bares his fangs at anyone he deems disagreeable.”
Which was 95% of the population, Hibari included.
"Still, he’s not a hopeless case. He’s young, and will likely grow up to be a quite decent, responsible adult."
"—With the right amount of discipline, of course."
[[Indie RP/Ask blog for Ciel Phantomhive from Black Butler. Previously known as earlcphantomhive]]…
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Asdfghjkl I’m neither a cutie nor do I have a good voice (I want to, though— but can’t afford singing classes at this point)
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"Brother?" He mumbled curiously as he followed up the stairs. So this guy had a brother? That could explain the somewhat uptight nature, but caring questions, the other had asked. "What’s your brother like?" He asked, feeling a little more relaxed as they had gotten up the stairs, now following after the other to Anthony’s apartment door.
At the question, he paused briefly, thinking under the pretence of fishing his keys out again, not speaking again until they stood in front of the correct door. “He’s a handful.” He replied, finally, unlocking the door. “Bratty and deliberately difficult; he’s quite hostile and unfriendly, really.” Chuckling softly, he pushed the door open to let the younger male inside.
"—None of us are social creatures, however, so I suppose I’m not much better, even if I do hope I’m not close to as childish as he is."
Dino hopped out of the car and waited for Hibari to lock it before following after him. It hadn’t been that long since he’d visited his cousin’s apartment, but, it still felt a little new to him. Not quite remembering where his cousin’s apartment was and the number.
He was about to walk over to the elevator before he paused, seeing as the other had turned for the stairs instead. With a small sigh — he really did not like stairs, they were a hazard — the blonde moved to quickly follow after the black haired elder, while also making sure that he didn’t misstep and trip.
"Ah, no, but, I can make something." He didn’t want to cause the other any more trouble. He had a feeling that his cousin already had just so that he could be picked up.
He sighed at the words, but nodded. Cooking something would take longer than necessary, but he had been prepared to do so if needed. As it was now, however, he was glad to not have to. “—I see. I suppose you’re not as helpless as my brother, then…”
It had been mostly to himself, but the blond would likely have been able to hear him. No matter; it didn’t mean anything for someone who didn’t know. A such, he left it at that, for now.
Dino nodded but otherwise stayed quiet. He pulled out his own phone, opening a new message once more, to his cousin, detailing that he had gotten home safe and was thankful for the ride the other had sent him. It beat walking home, anyway.
After sending the message he opened another, lips pulling up lightly in a smile as he typed the message, a little more brightness to his features now as he did so. After a paused moment of reading over the text he happily sent it before tucking his phone away in his pocket.
He only turned his head as he spotted movement from the other, watching him pull out his phone — though not quick enough to catch whom had sent the message — before placing it away. After that there was just silence until the car stopped.
"Ah, yes." He agreed, unbuckling his belt as well. He was quietly glad to be out of the car, the interior of such being tense, especially in silence.
Merely waiting until the teen was out of the car, he locked it before walking up to the apartment building, stifling a yawn behind one hand as the other fished his set of keys out of his pocket, singling the correct one out to unlock the entrance door.
He knew he’d have to follow the blond up to unlock the apartment door as well, so he simply held the door open, waiting for the younger male to step inside before heading for the staircase. He wouldn’t submit himself to an elevator right now, so stairs it was.
"Have you eaten?" He got an impulse to ask, looking over his shoulder — years of having to ensure his brother ate coaxing the question — as they headed up the stairs. After all if Dino — his, not the teen — was going to be at least one and a half more, the younger male would need something to eat if he hadn’t. Waiting hungry and alone wouldn’t be pleasant, or so Hibari figured.