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Accidentally on Purpose

Robbie Wallace

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#1 Doug Russo

Doug Russo

Posted 02 January 2015 - 07:46 AM

Doug’s break had been partially annoying, partially good.   He really disliked spending a great deal of time with his family.  It was even more annoying when they would ask him questions about college life or really anything.   He would have preferred to spend the entire time picking up girls, drinking and gambling but  that had to wait until they got to Hawaii.
 
From the first day they arrived on the island he distanced himself from his mothers and younger brother.   Well, especially from Zander, as his brother knew him too well and was too much of a good guy to not try to stop what he wanted to do.   Doug slept with a few girls, one of whom got him into an illegal poker game and another who got him into an illegal craps game.   Along with the game came the booze and so he was set for the rest of vacation. 
 
The man broke even in the craps game but that was just the first day.   The next day was poker, a game he was actually, better suited for as lying was part of the hand.   Bryon was an expert at bluffing , about a lot of things.   He might have been fine if he had stopped after the first poker game but he didn’t, the man really never did, if given a choice.  Instead he ended up losing about $2,000 dollars and conning a rich girl that he had met to give him the money to pay off his debts.  He said he would pay her back and got her to believe him;  she was exceptionally gullible, in his mind though that worked to his advantage.
 
Now, though he was back at CU.   When he found out Zander was coming back early, he thought that sounded like a good idea and came back as well.   Though for Doug, it was mostly to hang around the bars and nightclubs and try to pick up a few girls. That had only started becoming more interesting over the past few days as the other students started coming back from break.
It was now the day before the first day of classes.  Many of the students had started coming back and Doug had a few people on his list that he wanted to get to know better or more like feel out to see where they stood.  If they could be manipulated easily enough for it to be worth his while.   With that in mind , he had been moving from place to place to see who he could find.  He was now at the Mall , pretending to be shopping, truth was he really wouldn’t shop here for himself.  He bought his clothing at far more expensive places than this town had but the mall was a good place to run into people.
 
He had just about given up on finding anyone here though when he spotted someone.   Acting as if he just happened to looking at someone and not paying attention when he turned and almost ran into the person he had been looking for.   ”Hey, sorry about that.  You ok?”  Well, he could pretend to really care if he had run into this man or not.

#2 Robbie Wallace

Robbie Wallace

Posted 03 January 2015 - 07:52 PM

"Totally fine. It was all my fault!" Robbie assured the person before even getting a good look at him. When he did, Robbie's face broke into a smile. "Doug! Nice to see you! When did you get back into town?" Robbie, who had only just returned to town after the holiday, was out grabbing a few things he'd need for the new term. And, if we're being completely honest, he was feeling a bit down about having to leave his family, and wanted to avoid the emptiness of his dorm room. As such, he was actually quite pleased to run into a familiar face. Even literally. 



#3 Valerie Morrison

Valerie Morrison

Posted 04 January 2015 - 08:18 AM

First thing in Doug’s mind was that the other man said that the almost running into each other was his fault. That was normally a step in the right direction…someone willing to take the blame or at least polite enough to not call him on it. If Robbie had said it was fine but didn’t seem to blame himself that might have led Doug to a different thought pattern on the man.

However, as it was, he would continue to feel the man out. He returned the smile, as he was pretending to be friendly towards Robbie. ”It’s good to see you to. I got back a few days ago.” He was trying to read the man’s mood but would have to keep talking to him. ”Did you do anything interesting over break?”

From the little he knew of Robbie, Doug already had a feeling that the answer was going to be that he went home and spent time with his family, he just came across as that type. Still, Doug would wait for the answer and then pretend to be interested, unless, Robbie surprised him and had actually done something that Doug would find interesting

#4 Doug Russo

Doug Russo

Posted 04 January 2015 - 08:20 AM

(Sorry, I messed up. This is the same post as Val but under the correct name.)


First thing in Doug’s mind was that the other man said that the almost running into each other was his fault. That was normally a step in the right direction…someone willing to take the blame or at least polite enough to not call him on it. If Robbie had said it was fine but didn’t seem to blame himself that might have led Doug to a different thought pattern on the man.

However, as it was, he would continue to feel the man out. He returned the smile, as he was pretending to be friendly towards Robbie. ”It’s good to see you to. I got back a few days ago.” He was trying to read the man’s mood but would have to keep talking to him. ”Did you do anything interesting over break?”

From the little he knew of Robbie, Doug already had a feeling that the answer was going to be that he went home and spent time with his family, he just came across as that type. Still, Doug would wait for the answer and then pretend to be interested, unless, Robbie surprised him and had actually done something that Doug would find interesting

#5 Robbie Wallace

Robbie Wallace

Posted 13 January 2015 - 06:40 AM

"So many things! Christmas was awesome, but the most fun was probably New Year's Eve." Robbie's smile got even wider as he explained. "I chaperon the party for the youth group at our church. A couple of my younger sisters were there with all their friends, and they really seemed to have a good time."  The task that would seem like a punishment to many guys, was clearly the highlight of Robbie's trip home. And not in a creepy, scam on underage chicks way either. 

 

"What about you? How was your holiday?" Robbie's face was open and earnest, genuinely interested in Doug's answer.



#6 Doug Russo

Doug Russo

Posted 03 February 2015 - 03:02 PM

Doug nodded to the man’s response. Robbie had spent New Year’s, chaperoning a youth group party at a church. Sounded like an awful time to Doug, unless, he could find some adult woman to hit on. Doug didn’t go for underage girls; it was far too messy, even for him. The man didn’t have much in the way of standards but there were a few lines even he didn’t cross. ”Sounds like you enjoyed it. Was it hard keeping it from getting to out of hand?” A bunch of teens, someone had to have caused trouble, right?

Though that information gave him a good deal of information about Robbie. The man was too good of a guy, kind of reminded him of his younger brother, Zander. Doug almost felt like going home and taking a shower to wash any remaining trace of goodness off of him.

”It was good. Spent time in Hawaii with my family. “ He would skip the hitting on woman, the gambling and drinking but it wasn’t really a lie. ”Spent New Years at a beach party.”





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