[Sorry if my replies are slow, i’m trying to finish a video game.]
Daniel laughed and walked out with her. That was a running joke between them four of them, though he hated it whenever one of them uttered it, because almost immediately after they did something always went wrong. That wasn’t even an exaggeration. Daniel grabbed his coat and put it on, opting to leave his bag here. He probably wouldn’t need it. “Yeah, probably. Their doors were closed when I went to see if they wanted to come with us, so I assumed they were.” He opened the door of the apartment for her.
She nodded, skipping ahead before looking behind her to make sure her friend wasn’t too far behind. As usual he was pretty slow, grabbing his coat and closing the door. Henley thought about tapping her foot impatiently but that would only provoke him to move slower, she figured, so she waited instead, trying to be patient. That, however, was not one of her strong points. As Daniel caught up to her, she turned left on the sidewalk and walked beside him. “It’s been a while,” she commented, “since it was just us two out and about. What’s new in the world of Danny?”
heh plots that’s a good one ummm well do we want an au or something more normal?
i’m up for anything, but i love AUs, those are always great.
Daniel nodded. He could relate to being cramped up. Honestly„ in the past few days, he’d paced the entire length of the apartment, rooms and all, at least thirty times. He shrugged at her question. “Not really, no. I just thought we could go wherever and see where the wind took us.” Daniel had at least three escape plans already mapped out if something went wrong-and something likely would. He caught sight of the book on the bed but didn’t ask her about it. That was her business, not his, or Merritt’s, or Jack’s.
Taking in a breath, she hopped off the bed, moving around Danny toward the door. “Sounds good. What could possibly go wrong?” That phrase had been uttered at least one hundred times in the apartment by all of the residents, and each time, something had found a way to go wrong, which was why they’d now begun to use it sarcastically instead. Henley smirked, grabbing her coat and sliding her keys into the pocket. “I assume Jack and Merritt won’t be going.” They were probably still asleep, the lazy bums. When they didn’t have a schedule for the day, they were often asleep for much longer than she or Danny.
Honestly? Daniel wasn’t expecting her to answer. He didn’t know why, they’d seemed to have been on good terms last time he’d checked. But, with Henley, things could change in the blink of an eye, before he could even process what was happening. That was why he wasn’t sure she’d answer. However, when she called out that he could come in, he opened the door and stepped inside, a little caught off guard by her rude tone. But then she explained herself, and he nodded. “Yeah, I know. Anyway, I was thinking of staging a jailbreak. Want to get out of here?”
Henley supposed what she’d meant by “just you” was that she was glad it hadn’t been Merritt or Jack. They’d both been on her nerves the past few days and besides, Danny was more tolerant of her reading habits. He wasn’t big on teasing her, not like the other two anyway.
Sitting up straight, Henley nodded, “Absolutely. I’ve been cramped in this damn apartment for days, I need a break. Got anywhere in particular in mind?” Knowing them, they’d end up in trouble by the end of the day, but it was better than the alternative of staying inside doing nothing.
P L E ASE [raises hand excitedly]
EEP I MISSED YOU
Got any plot ideas????
To put it bluntly, J. Daniel Atlas was bored. The small apartment they were currently shacked up in, as they had been for months now, really didn’t provide much entertainment after about a month or so. All they really had was the news, movies they’d watched a hundred times, at least, and plans for tricks they might never get to use. That was it, he had to stage a jailbreak. He went looking for Merritt and Jack, but they were nowhere in sight. Which just left Henley. He walked to her room and knocked on the door.
Henley was resting on her bed, propped up on her elbows to read her book better. A romance novel, as usual. Most of her favorites were romances, but seeing as she lived with a bunch of men, she usually tried not to read them in front of them. Teasing would be inevitable, harmless of course, but it would happen nevertheless. When she heard a knock on her door, Henley swapped out the book for a deck of cards before calling out to the knocker to come in. “Oh Danny, it’s just you.” She wrinkled her nose, realizing that came out in a rather rude manner. “No, I didn’t mean it’s just you, like that’s a bad thing, I- Never mind, you know what I meant. Need something?”
[Doesn’t matter, maybe New York?]
//*shrugs* works for me. So, it can be a regular starter?
[psst….hey, anyone want to rp?]
Henley ducked into an alleyway, slipping behind the trash bin to escape a police officer that was chasing her down. Peeking out of the side, she watched him run past the alley looking for her. He had been fast, but not fast enough, and he hadn’t thought like her, otherwise she probably would’ve already been found. Sighing with relief, she continued on through the alleyway and onto the street, crowded with bustling people. Just as she thought she blended in, however, she heard her name being called and she whipped around to look in the direction of the voice. To her surprise, it was thankfully not the officer that’d been chasing her down.