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Ginger Lemond Andy Wolfe

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#1 Andy Wolfe

Andy Wolfe

Posted 08 June 2013 - 07:49 AM

It went without saying that Andy had been a bundle of nerves all damn day. He'd lied to her in his text message-- while yes, he was very good and old friends with Brandon, he'd never been to a Kappa party one single time. Brandon always joked about him showing up, but he always got the feeling he was never really invited, either, considering Kappas were far from his normal "type" of person. In high school he'd wanted to be more like those guys, but in college? He was terrified of them and avoided them at all costs. So why he'd agreed to go to one was still beyond him, especially considering that he didn't know the girl at all.


At least past her obvious drug use. That was something that'd been on his mind all day, too, though he tried to erase it. On one hand he knew it wasn't any of his damn business what she did in her private time, but on the other he worried; he was naturally the bleeding-heart type, so it was unsurprising that he wanted to make sure she was okay at said Kappa party. This was one of the many reasons he'd convinced himself to go in the end-- combined with, of course, the fact that a girl actually invited him somewhere. That never, ever happened, so he wasn't about to skip the opportunity, drug-user or not.


So he showed up at her door on time, though he fidgeted in front of it for a good minute before mustering up enough courage to knock. He was dressed normally, as he figured this was nothing but a house party-- jeans and a tshirt, though he'd managed to be clever enough not to wear a video game themed one for once. Taking a deep breath, he finally rapped his knuckles against the door, hoping she hadn't forgotten.


Or hoping she wasn't just pranking him. Because, sadly, it wouldn't be the first time.

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#2 Ginger Lemond

Ginger Lemond

Posted 08 June 2013 - 08:17 AM

It was safe to say that, at this point in her life, Ginger was almost always some type of high. There was always some kind of drug diluting her blood and her sense unless she was in class for extended amounts of time. Even when she and Sophie had been just experimenting in weed, smoking it and going out to star gaze together, Sophie had made a rule to never go to class high, even night classes, because education was important to her and so was Ginger. 


Tonight was a bit different. With her small clutch bag with a shoulder strap was filled with her supply of drugs, enough for her to take and also peddle to others if they asked, she was already waiting for the copper headed man whom she had attacked upon meeting but moments later invited to be her date at the Kappa party that was already probably in full swing by this time. Typical Ginger style. She was only high on weed, having denied herself her usual bump of cocaine after her english class had ended at 12:30 that evening. She would take her bumps at the party and subsequently bump up the entertainment of the entire event for herself.


Ginger didn't like to admit that she waited on people, like she was doing before the display on her alarm clock even showed the digits '10:00pm'. Andy, or as she liked to call him, Tod just seemed like the type of guy to arrive on time. On the dot. And she wasn't going to lie that she glanced between the door and the clock more than twice waiting for a knock to be heard. It would be a surprising twist for Ginger, to have a guy completely ditch plans she made. Especially after she made it clear that sex was cool with her if it he wanted him. And almost every guy took her up on that offer. 


The knock came once the bright red two graced the display of her clock and she rose from the end of her bed, trying to smooth out the skin that she had been picking around the edge of her thumb nails. She couldn't seem eager, because she wasn't, so she waited for almost a full minute before moving to the door and opening it with a coy smile. "Wow. People usually aren't on time anymore, Tod. When I say 10, it doesn't mean you need to be prompt like this is some job interview." There was a beat of silence and Ginger tilted her head to the side, looking Andy up and down. His shirt and jeans combo almost matched Ginger's own. She was wearing a plain black shirt that hugged every curve and showed much too much cleavage to not be noticeable with a pair of dark wash jeans. Not office casual but casual compared to her usual party attire. 


"There's not really a reason to come inside yet," she gestured behind her with a nod of her head. "so let's just go ahead and head over."

#3 Andy Wolfe

Andy Wolfe

Posted 08 June 2013 - 02:19 PM

Andy still didn't quite get what "put out" meant. Sure, he understood the usual meaning of it, but he didn't think for a second that a girl would let him actually score. Not that he intended to anyway; even she dragged him into the room and locked the door at this point, he'd resist if only because he didn't know her. As fucking stupid and juvenile as it was, he wanted things like that to mean something, and while she was more than pretty and intriguing, he just couldn't imagine losing it like that-- quickly in a dorm room and that was that. Plus, there was this small part of him that realized he'd be taking advantage of her.


So perhaps he did realize what it meant on a subconscious level, but he wouldn't allow himself to outright think it. Which was probably good for both of them in the long run, as he was actually here rather than cowering back at his apartment, and neither was he being terribly awkward. Terribly being the key word here, as he was still pretty damn awkward.


"Yeah," was all he had to say at first; was being on time a problem? Being late to classes was usually frowned upon, so he wasn't sure why a date would be any different. In fact, it seemed more important to him. Shit, it wasn't a date; he internally kicked himself for thinking so. "Sorry, I was just already passing through, so..." Maybe that was convincing, but from the way is eyes averted for a few moments, there was no doubt that he'd meant to be on time to begin with.


But his eyes averting didn't help much, as he couldn't help but notice her attire. Goddammit, why couldn't he go to a Kappa party with a girl who wasn't so damn... pretty? Closing his eyes and giving a curt nod, he stepped out of the doorway, glad to hear that he wasn't coming inside. Though why the yet was tacked on, he still wasn't sure of. "Yeah, let's go," he said even though it wasn't necessary, and soon he was starting down the hallway.


"You look nice, by the way," he said with one of his sweet, natural smiles, already loosening up now that they weren't in an enclosed space. "Thanks for inviting me."

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#4 Ginger Lemond

Ginger Lemond

Posted 08 June 2013 - 08:51 PM

The walk from Graham Hall to the area on campus that housed the frat was expected to be at least ten minutes, if Ginger walked her usual quick pace. But for now, she was sauntering slowly out of her dorm building with Andy at her side, both seeming to keep at least a half a foot between them. To Ginger, Andy didn't seem to be like other guys. He wasn't bumping into her in that sickly cute way that boys did when she offered to sleep with them. He wasn't even staring at the valley of cleavage she had put so much effort into showing. Andy was different and Ginger didn't know how to feel about that.

Deciding to skip past all the sarcastic responses to his excuses, Ginger looked up at the sky, barely able to see the hints of light that made up the constellation of Cassiopeia past the light pollution. Cassiopeia was her favorite, for reasons that she didn't even know herself, and she had all but memorized where it would be and how far it moved within a month. Stars were Sophie's thing, but since her death, Ginger picked it up in fear that if she didn't keep something that Sophie enjoyed in her life that she would eventually forget her completely.

"What are you planning on majoring in?" She asked, her voice quite as her eyes strained to pick out the other constellations she knew so well.

#5 Andy Wolfe

Andy Wolfe

Posted 09 June 2013 - 01:41 AM

Andy would have acted the same way, date or not, thanks to the fact that he still had absolutely no clue what to do around girls. It wasn't as if he had no female friends; sure, he had Grace and a few others, but the kid seemed to be in the permanent friendzone. Now that he thought of it, this little meeting wasn't terribly different. This wasn't the first time he'd been asked to go somewhere, which was perhaps why he didn't let himself get carried away with the pretense, as he was always let down in the end. He was always the guy girls called after a breakup, always the one to take them out for ice cream, always the one who waited like a little puppydog for his name to be called. 


So he was already under the assumption that, yes, this would be no different, regardless of her text message that might have implied otherwise. Why he'd actually agreed had more to do with the fact that she was pretty and he was intrigued by her rather than the idea that she might take interest him. Because why would someone take interest in average Andy Wolfe?


"Computer programming," he rattled off with ease at her question, finally tearing himself away from his thoughts long enough to look at her. It was a geeky major, no doubt, but he enjoyed it well enough and had intentions of doing some pretty great things with it. He bit the side of his cheek, wondering if he should continue, but for the moment he chose not to. "Yours?"

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#6 Ginger Lemond

Ginger Lemond

Posted 09 June 2013 - 05:33 AM

Ginger was be surprised. She had expected him to name a major that would have been a curve ball for her; something that wasn't going to fit into his life plans that she had imagined so perfectly. Not that she was imagining about his life a lot, it was just...a train of thought that she hadn't reminded herself to stop the night before. The fact that all aspects of his life were so extraordinarily fitting, from his awkward personality to his geeky major, made Ginger almost smile. He had shocked her by being....average.


With a shrug, Ginger found herself looking over at the boy beside her; her eyes glancing at his hair more than his eyes. "It was Nursing for two years. Then I transferred here and switched to Astronomy."  Although his track record had been, so far, good about not asking about her past, her statement was almost an invitation for him to question her motives and where she was from. With an obvious flinch, Ginger crossed her fingers subtly in hopes that Andy wouldn't ask her about her past.

#7 Andy Wolfe

Andy Wolfe

Posted 09 June 2013 - 09:26 AM

Andy's own surprise was visible as she spouted off her major, a pleasant smile coming to his face as he turned to her. "Really? Astronomy?" He asked, obviously fascinated by the subject himself. He'd almost double majored in it, but he changed his mind if only because he knew he couldn't do much other than teach with the degree. "That's actually awesome. I mean, I kinda want to deal with stuff like that, maybe. If I can get my master's in a decent amount of time I'd like to program stuff for NASA space programs." 


A blush met his cheeks as he realized how much he'd geeked out, but he also figured that if she herself was an astronomy major, she wouldn't think negatively of him. Fortunately he'd been distracted enough by her major alone that he didn't realize the opening to ask questions about her past, so she was safe for now. There would undoubtedly be questions later, though; he'd always been the curious type, and that wasn't about to change overnight.

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#8 Ginger Lemond

Ginger Lemond

Posted 09 June 2013 - 09:50 AM

Ginger smiled, a rare sight, listening to Andy speak about Astronomy. Her smile matched his as she turned to glance at him before returning her eyes back up to the sky. "Astronomy is cool because....well, a lot of reasons." She had memorized the words that Sophie had told her when Ginger had first laughed at her choice in a major. "Stars are still seen and loved and admired long after they're gone. Most of the stars that we're looking at right now in the sky have already imploded and 'died'. It's just amazing how, and I forgive me for how I explain this but I'm not majoring in English," she paused, trying to find the right words to explain what she thought. "most of these stars are already dead but they won't be forgotten until long after they actually blink out of existence in our world. It's beautiful in a scary way.


Quickly, Ginger's mouth closed into a tight line. She had never, ever, just thrown her thoughts out there for anyone to grab. The Kappa house was fairly close to them now and relief couldn't come quicker. Although there was still time enough for Andy to respond to her and her embarrassingly open moment they had just had, Ginger's wish to get high crashed back into her full force and she was itching to finally get across the door of the frat house. Her first task of the night was to find a bathroom and a friend so she could go ahead and do her lines and get the night started. 

#9 Andy Wolfe

Andy Wolfe

Posted 10 June 2013 - 06:32 AM

She was pretty when she smiled. So pretty, honestly, that he had trouble with keeping up with what she said. Andy fell so easily into little crushes that it was ridiculous and even a little sad, but he couldn't help who he was. He was always waiting for a metaphorical princess charming to come in and sweep him off his feet-- or maybe he was too busy looking for the opportunity to be that prince charming. Either way, he was a bit dumb in the way he pined after girls, and he was starting to see that Ginger would be no different, even if she wasn't normally his type.


Because there was no doubt that he'd worried a lot about her drug use. Judging by the way her arm had looked the other day, it'd been recent usage, too, so he was likely getting in far over his head. It was part of the reason he'd only told Grace about his makeshift not-date with this girl, even if he'd been aching to ask Brandon for advice. Or Avery-- the guy seemed to have a successful date recently, too, as strange as it was. But before he was even able to reply while she was smiling, her mood seemed to level out, and he was left just looking for something witty to say.


"Yeah," was all he said at first, since there wasn't much else to say. "I mean, what I've always liked is the general scale of the observable universe. It's so huge and we're... so infinitesimally small in the scheme of things, and some people find that lonely. But I think it's really cool. Like we're an accident."

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#10 Ginger Lemond

Ginger Lemond

Posted 11 June 2013 - 02:27 AM

With a nod, Ginger tried to seem like she was still interested in the conversation. It was common courtesy. She invited this kid to a party and, even though befriending people wasn't something she was fond of, she still was going to at least tolerate and abide by the rules of a friendship. Or at least enough of the rules to just get her by. By the time Andy had finished speaking, Ginger catching his last few words mentally, they had finally set foot on the front lawn of Kappa, and Ginger could tell that the party was already in full swing. "Nobody is an accident, Tod. It's the things that happen to people that are accidents.


Moving up to the front door, which was open as a sign of free invitation for anyone who was just passing by, Ginger quickened her steps and entered the frat house before Andy. There were a couple of people milling around inside but it was obvious that the whole party was being held in the back yard. Quickly, ginger scanned the few rooms that she could see from the front door and found who she was looking for. A guy named Benji and his two friends, otherwise known to her as the people that first introduced her to her drug habits. She turned to Andy was an exaggerated smile. "I need to go talk to Benji really quick. How about I meet you in the backyard in about ten minutes." Ginger barely waited long enough for him to answer before she was already walking into the other room and holding her bag up in view of her friends. 

#11 Andy Wolfe

Andy Wolfe

Posted 11 June 2013 - 07:53 AM

Andy just half-smiled at her comment, as he didn't find being an accident all that bad of an idea. Though accident was perhaps the wrong word for it; in his mind it was more like a... nice coincidence. The elements of life all just so happened to come together to create this, a mass of atoms that was capable of understanding itself, and more-- it could understand the entire universe. As one of his idols, Carl Sagan, said-- "we are a way for the cosmos to know itself." To him, it was beauty, but he knew it was better to keep his mouth shut than to go off on that rant. That was what his geeky roommates were for.


He blinked after her, nodding lightly as she disappeared into the crowd. At first he thought it was harmless; she was just going to say hi to a friend, after all, but after a moment it occurred to him what she might actually be up to. As such he caught himself standing on his tiptoes in efforts to see her through the crowd, but to no avail, and by this time the party was in full swing. Weaving in and out of people he kept searching for her, already feeling worried for some stupid reason. It wasn't any of his business, was it? Yet the idea of letting her get fucked up while he was right here was something he didn't like at all. 

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#12 Ginger Lemond

Ginger Lemond

Posted 11 June 2013 - 08:56 AM

While Ginger talked with Benji, their conversation about sports and the football team seeming real but instead being a series of codewords they had learned to speak with each other, she thought of Sophie and Andy. She had brought this shy and nervous kid to a house party and would probably end of ditching him at some point in the night as her mind melted into an impossible bliss from her drugs. And she couldn't help but think of what Sophie would say to her because of these actions. Sophie probably would end up taking a vow of silence until Ginger both apologized to Andy and subsequently took him on another, successful, date.


Shaking her head, trying to put his deceased friend's possible words out of her mind, Benji led her down the hall to a bathroom. He had his friends, two freshman whose lifes were definitely going to spiral if they continued to hang out with Benji, stand by the door to make sure no one tried to come into the bathroom. It only took a few minutes, Ginger having both a small mirror and some bills in her bag to be able to do it without leaving any possible signs of drug use in the frat house's bathroom.


Ginger stepped out of the bathroom first, her pupils dilated and a small on her lips. The first few minutes of the high were the best, were the moments she was after in the first place. She was completely numb to the world and it's feelings, and even though it only lasted eight minutes maximum before her high leveled out, the numbness meant the world to her. Benji thanked her, moving down the hall with his two friends and leaving her to enjoy her own feelings of numbness, and she turned to go back towards the room she had first been in, unable to escape the nagging thought to find Andy and get him a drink. 

#13 Andy Wolfe

Andy Wolfe

Posted 11 June 2013 - 11:32 PM

Andy was still surfing through the crowd, his eyes searching everywhere for his apparent "date," though he was turning up with shit luck so far. Being a Kappa party was surprisingly easier than he imagined-- despite still feeling like he didn't fit in at this sort of scene, what with douchebags getting drunk and doing crazy shit like keg stands everywhere, most people just didn't notice him. No one was glaring, no one was acting as if he was unwelcome. It occurred to him that it was painfully easy to disappear into the background at an event like this, and to some extent that felt lonely. He'd always been a background sort of guy anyway, so he couldn't imagine attending a thing like this by himself.


There were skimpily clad girls everywhere, too, but he had the decency to keep his eyes right in front of him rather than wandering. There was something about drunken girls desperate for attention that made him feel guilty for looking, as if he was taking advantage of a weakness. Then again, he was ridiculously innocent, too, so it really was no surprise that he was avoiding it. Finally he caught sight of a blonde in the distance, and as he approached he realized that it was, indeed, Ginger.


"You okay?" He asked, grabbing onto her wrist almost involuntarily. It was a delicate motion, though, hardly possessive in nature; more like concern than anything. "Where'd you go? I looked everywhere for you, but this place is so crowded..."

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#14 Ginger Lemond

Ginger Lemond

Posted 12 June 2013 - 03:33 AM

Without a clue where Andy could have gone, Ginger was about to give up her search for the redhead, marking him down for having ditched when she didn't return fast enough. It was almost a blessing. If he had ditched, she wouldn't have had to feel bad later when she disappointed him at not being an acceptable date. Even if he did end up walking her back to her place, she could tell her wasn't the hook-up kind of guy. But she couldn't say that she didn't try. 


Ginger was about to head out to the backyard when someone grabbed her wrist. It wasn't a rude gesture; in fact it was actually quite comforting in the way her wrist was held in a comforting way, yet she jerked her wrist from the person's grasp and turned to find out that it was actually....Andy. A worried looking Andy.


"I needed to finish getting ready for the party." Ginger answered, putting her guard down as she convinced herself that Andy wasn't the type to yank her around. He was just looking out for the girl who invited him to a party. In the beat of silence that followed, the paranoia that accompanied the cocaine began to intensify and Ginger found herself wiping at her nose as she sniffled, hoping that no white residue would leak out when she wasn't paying attention. "Did you get drinks yet?"

#15 Andy Wolfe

Andy Wolfe

Posted 12 June 2013 - 05:58 AM

Andy flinched as she pulled back from his grip, instantly sorry for having done so. It probably seemed strangely possessive or something, and a pang of guilt hit him as he thought over it. He knew absolutely nothing about this girl other than her drug use, which was already something of a warning against doing something like physical contact. Who knew what kind of stuff she'd been into?


Which, again, brought him to the thought that he was in wayyy over his sweet little head. "No, I didn't," he said, looking around through the party in search of drinks. He had this sinking feeling that these drinks would be heavily spiked, too, in which case he wasn't sure what he'd do. Drink it slowly, he supposed; sure he drank at leisure with his friends back at the apartment, but to the point of tipsiness maybe. Never drunkenness, not except that one time.


But tonight he appeared to at least be trying. "Where would they be?" He shouted back over the noise, not having seen anything that betrayed drug usage. But as he glanced back at her, he realized her pupils were dilated, in which case he knew what he was dealing with. And in that moment, he resolved that he wasn't going anywhere until he knew she was safe back in her dorm.

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#16 Ginger Lemond

Ginger Lemond

Posted 12 June 2013 - 06:28 AM

The way that Andy was looking around, his eyes growing wider as if they could take in more information that way, made a giggle escape Ginger's lips. Her eyes were heavy-lidded now, the best of the best letting her senses take a break before the come down happened. She shook her head at Andy slowly, biting her lip in what she hoped was a cute smile. She wanted him. She wanted him to take her, right then, and maybe it was something that she had felt in the back of her mind when they met or maybe it was something that the drug was making her think she wanted. But she couldn't deny that she found him and his awkwardness a whole new kind, almost. 


"Drinks should be in the kitchen." she yelled back, a smile still on her lips as she sniffled and pointed in the direction of the kitchen. "If you've ever been to a Kappa party, like you said you have, you should know that, Tod." The accusation was heavy in her voice but she kept her amused smile in place. When she was at the peak, it was oddly like the real Ginger came out to play. Her moods were playful and her smiles were genuine. Sadly though, her particular brand of high lasted only minutes and came too far in between for anyone to actually enjoy her company. 

#17 Andy Wolfe

Andy Wolfe

Posted 12 June 2013 - 06:39 AM

The kitchen, no shit. He beat himself up internally for making such a dumbass mistake, particularly as she pointed out the glaring truth. "Uh, I mean, it's been a while," he said, though he'd only been at the school for a couple of years. Soon he'd be starting his junior year of college, so that really was no excuse at all. Slowly he weaved through the crowd and towards the kitchen, having missed her cute little lip bite completely. Had he seen it he might have blushed like an idiot, but at the moment he was so damn preoccupied with the amount of people here that he wasn't sure what to do.


Not that he was terribly anxious in crowds, not really. They didn't bother him so long as he had purpose, which in this case was making sure Ginger got back home alright. He wasn't sure if drinking on top of her high was such a great idea, but then again he wasn't sure if preventing her was a good idea, either. He wasn't her father, he wasn't really anyone to her but some guy that ran into her in the middle of the courtyard. If he looked after her, he'd have to do it on a discreet sort of level.


"Here," he said, filling herself and him up a cup of whatever the fuck punch this was. He took a sip of it and reeled back immediately as it was so damn strong that it stung his nostrils. "Jesus," he muttered mostly to himself, though he turned to look at her shortly afterwards, curiosity written all over his features. Maybe now that she was at an altered state, he could ask questions and it not be so weird. "So why'd you invite me, anyway?" He asked, brows furrowing slightly.

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#18 Ginger Lemond

Ginger Lemond

Posted 12 June 2013 - 07:12 AM

The one downside of cocaine for Ginger was the amount of which she talked while she was on it. Being a completely withdrawn person during her normal hours of the day, she wasn't one to talk about herself or her thoughts too much. Which is why Andy had picked the perfect moment to ask her questions. Taking the drink from his hand, a spiked punch that was probably 80% alcohol and 20% punch, Ginger took a few gulps from it, barely making a face at the strong, burning sensation in the back of her throat. 


"I invited you here, little Tod fox," She started, leaning on the wall to her right and placing her hand on her hip. There were internal buzzers going off, telling her to stop talking. To create something witty and sarcastic. To push this kid away at all costs. But the drugs weren't having it. they had control of her mouth and brain now and they weren't going to budge. "because you are a genuinely nice guy, who happens to be able to make nerdy cute, and it's refreshing to have someone around that doesn't hate me immediately after meeting me."


With a nod of her head, she leaned forward and touched the rim of her cup with Andy's. "And I toast you for putting up with me this long because you're going to hate me in the end just like every single bitch in this house." She tilted her cup into her mouth again, draining the rest of the alcohol-diluted-punch down her throat and looked at Andy. "My question is why you came when I so obviously was a bitch towards you."

#19 Andy Wolfe

Andy Wolfe

Posted 13 June 2013 - 05:22 AM

It was an odd transition from the girl she was before to the girl she was now. He sort of watched her, brows furrowed and head cocked, and he wondered what in the world that high must have felt like. Not that he hadn't any interest in trying it, not at all, but she seemed uninhibited and happier than she was before. He'd always assumed that drug use meant terrible things, but here she was with some semblance of... happiness.


And it struck him for the first time that that was what had been missing in all of their previous encounters. There was something about Ginger that struck him as unhappy, and now that he'd seen it, it'd be hard to erase from his mind. Still, he couldn't help but wonder what type of person she really was underneath; this happy, drugged girl or the standoffish one from before? Obviously he wanted to believe that she had the potential for this sort of happiness without the involvement of substances.


He swallowed and blushed, embarrassed by her brutal and sweet honesty. "R--really?" He started, but he stopped himself before he got too ridiculous. "I'm not going to hate you, though," he said, and he meant it; it reflected in his tone, too. It took a lot for him to truly dislike a person. "I uh-- I came because you seemed intriguing." That was partly true, but also partly a lie, but he had the feeling she wouldn't like it much if he told her the other reason he came-- to make sure she got home safely.

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#20 Ginger Lemond

Ginger Lemond

Posted 14 June 2013 - 06:49 AM

Andy could have asked anyone who had gone to at least one Kappa party during the year what Ginger was like and he still wouldn't have been prepared for her. She barely stayed at parties for more than an hour and a half. If that. There was usually some desperate guy or some hi-curious freshman that would pull her aside and disappear with her for a little while or just never come back to the party. It was...sad in a way, the way she would get herself so entirely fucked up to the point that anyone could mention something to her and she would go with it without even remembering in the morning. People pitied her and that's why no one bashed her for her habits. 


She never needed too much to drink, especially with the way the frat kids ratio'd the alcohol and the dillutant at these parties. With her body already being on an intensely frantic high, her heart-rate through the roof, it didn't take long from the alcohol to seep into the blood that could never rush through her veins fast enough. Her eyes twitched towards Andy from her almost empty cup of punch and she sniffed again. "Everyone ends up hating me, kid. hate me."


With a smile that seemed so weird following her statement, she tilted her head at Andy and laughed. "Intruging? That's a new one. I mean, I've even gotten 'easy' before. And I've been described as a one woman party but 'Intruiging?" Ginger shook her head and looked away, giving her head a small shake. She couldn't sleep with this kid. As much as her drug addled mind wanted to, as much as she craved attention and love in any form she could grasp it, she just couldn't see herself fucking the redhaired kid at the end of the night. And that bothered her immensely; enough to shake the good feelings of her high just a small amount. "You shouldn't be here.

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