pleading the belly.
Her sword finds the hollow of his throat, the pressure enough to break the skin and draw blood, but her gaze doesn’t lower on the crimson drops. She keeps staring at him even as she shows her teeth in a silent growl, an untold threat, as he smirks back, the curve of his lips all too familiar. So are his eyes, so blue and intense, sparkling with the perfect mix of mischief and smugness – she knows those eyes, has drowned in them more than once. Those eyes on someone else’s face – same mouth, same jaw, same freaking hair – are unsettling, and she finds herself blinking, once, hard, before remembering it isn’t him. Same lineage, same blood running through their veins, but not him.
She puts more pressure on his throat, satisfied when the smirk turns into a grimace – in that moment, a pirate through and through.
“He’s never been into blondes,” the man still dares saying – he’s got some nerve, she’ll give him that. “Always brunettes, just like his mama. Really twisted, if you ask me. But then again…”
Connections between items and themselves.
Everybody has at least a few things, items, that they have special places in there heart for, they feel things for these objects. For this man it is the BMW 2002. As a teenager you hang out with friends, go to parties, all your best experiences happen in the teen years, and what is one thing that is with you this whole time? That’s right, a car. For most people their first good car, or even not such a good car, is special to them. Whenever they see one of them on the road memories come rushing back into their head and they get that nostalgic feeling that everyone loves.
I think the car that will do this for me when I am older will probably be the Holden Monaro. I don’t own one yet, but I have loved the Monaro since I had my first drive in my dad’s friends one. I can still feel and heard it, see it.
After saying all this I must also say I do quite like the BWM 2002. It has allot of character and quirky style. I think I would own one if I came across one for the right price. My favourite BWM though is the E9 though, I do love the E9.
And this boys and girls is called living the dream.
I don’t understand why most people live the way they do. Most people go through with living the way people perceive they should; Go to school > get a job > get married > have kids > die. There’s one crucial piece missing from this that without it you aren’t really living and that piece is what this man is doing here. I think you are born with the right idea of life but most loose it as the world misleads them, but this man still has it. He’s doing something that he has done since he was a kid, he even says in his head he is still 25. ‘Never loose your dinosaur’ from the movie Step Brothers is another perfect example of this. No matter what people think of you it doesn’t matter as long as you are living life with your dinosaur. The ones to mock probably have conformed to the normal idea of living and so really, they are the ones to be laughed at. As Louse Re mentions here, people think ‘well maybe one day’ but why not make that day today? Why stay in hiatus?
Well personally I idealise people like this. Everyone needs to have that thing that makes them, that makes life worth living.