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2015-10-23 09:03 pm (UTC)
chris snorts at the comment. josh has always been so sure of himself whenever it comes to chris' - mostly nonexistent - love life. if chris had half of his confidence in the same area, he probably wouldn't still be single. he keeps watching the movie, but it's becoming less and less interesting, more like a collection of images than anything coherent. he's slowly slipping out of the headspace required to actually pay attention.
when he feels josh's eyes on him, he takes another drink, attempting to hide behind the glass without much success.
She'd laugh. She'd one hundred percent laugh. [
he laughs a little self-deprecating laugh himself.
] And I'm not gonna
it. It's yours. I doubt I pull it off like you do, anyway.
he hasn't actually seen it, but he can guess. still, he's not taking it off right away. in a secret part of his brain, he'd like to think that a good luck charm from your best friend has got to be extra lucky. and who knows? maybe ash
think it was cute or nice or whatever. they'd match. maybe it would be one of those lame couple things.
he glances at josh, a little relieved to no longer be watched, and leans his cheek against the back couch cushion. he glances side-long at the television, an arm draped over his stomach.
If I haven't gotten her attention by now, I don't know what the fuck to do.
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