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PMI: Shiraishi and Zaizen [Nov. 14th, 2010|04:48 pm]
Shut up and SUCK IT.


Shiraishi Kuranosuke could already tell he was in for an interesting night. He was not even two minutes late, or thereabouts, and yet his appointed companion for the evening's festivities already looked bored out of his skull as he waited in front of the Shibuya restaurant they'd agreed on. Though, Shiraishi had to admit to himself with a bit of a wry grin beneath the thin paper flu mask that shielded his face from the view of potentially clamoring fangirls (and there were a lot more of them ever since he'd taken up music) who no doubt would have made him much more late - he should probably be thankful that his notoriously unforgiving former roommate had elected to wait at all. It wouldn't be the least bit surprising if he arrived, only to find the other man had taken off to do 'something better.'

Actually, that was probably still a distinct possibility.

As always with Zaizen, he'd just have to try his luck and see. So he raised a hand with a wave of his fingers as greeting, offering a perfunctory "Sorry," that both present knew was hardly sincere, as the man uttering it was so thoroughly convinced that he was worth waiting for. "You get here early?"

[User Picture]From: puzzlepiece
2010-11-15 06:47 am (UTC)
Zaizen had some manners, even if he didn’t always like to admit to that fact, and returned the little finger wave in kind. It was just like usual, however, that the kindness was ruined by him opening his mouth with a bored sounding retort to a less than sincere apology, “or you’re just late. Either way, I’m hungry so let’s do this and get it over with.” There was never any beating around the bush when it came to him and he liked it when others did the same, although the rare instance of someone stuttering or hesitating in saying something could be amusing.

In this case, he just wanted the dinner to be over with already and reminding Shiraishi of that fact was another kind act in Zaizen’s mind. He had essentially been bribed into the dinner with the promise of the model-turned-pop star not talking and while there was a hope that would hold true, he knew it wasn’t likely. It wasn’t so much that they hated each other since they could tolerate each other, mostly for Kenya’s sake, but lately a breaking point had been reached on several levels and he went on a verbal rampage. Given the timing of it all, there was a very high chance the topic of choice was already known and it wasn’t something he felt like discussing with the useless model.
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