Title: Friends? Family? Lo...?
Conrad Frederik Hyeung - May 18, 2012 11:36 PM (GMT)
The auditorium….why was he here in the first place? Such a boring place, it is a boring place. A large room with a bunch of seats and the colored red seemed to make this room rather scary, there is so much red a person can take in his whole life and this auditorium is testing his limit. Anyhow, here he is a college student sitting on one of the seats in this enormous auditorium just because his friend or his relative actually told him to wait here. Well at least it’s a good way to pass time, since he has no other things to do. His class had finished early today for some unknown reason not that he mind, but he only wish the professor had told them about it so he wouldn’t have come to the class right away. He in fact could spend it stalking his rather scary boyfriend back in school, well it would involve a bunch of screams when it comes to him but he really doesn’t mind.
But moving on the said Korean Prince decided to open one of his textbook, considering he has an assignment due in several days. He opened his textbook and started highlighting some stuff definitely not random stuff, because this guy knows what he’s doing…well to some extent. He had been here since about half an hour ago and if this were anyone else he would just leave after the 5 minutes mark. Of course there are special exceptions in his life and one of them is Ren. But this Korean Prince was so into his textbook that he hadn’t noticed a shadow looming above him…
Ren Luca Xin - May 19, 2012 12:59 AM (GMT)
He was now standing in the aisle behind Conrad watching him do his work, a little smile pulling at his lips. Mostly he was a busy body, not able to sit still for too long but Conrad had always been one of the few people able to get him to ease up. To just take a breath and not have to be doing something every five seconds. It wasn't because Ren was hyper, sure there days when he really, really was hyper. It was just because he didn't want to waste a moment of life. Life was meant to be lived. Even if he also knew he had a duty to his country and people it didn't mean he had to be a dried up piece of cardboard. And of course he wouldn't let that happen to his best friend either. Conrad might be strict and such but he was different with Ren. There were times when he was sure he caught flashes of the old Conrad from back in their childhood days in those eyes of his. outfit here
He stayed silent, just watching as he continued to highlight things for his class. Such a dutiful student and he had no doubt he would make a wonderful King when the time came. Part of him considered that he should buck up himself and buckle down, especially with this whole committee inquiring with the royals lives. Frankly he would rather have it his parents hands than a group of strangers on whom he should be with because he knew his parents loved him and were also thinking of what was best for the country. Ah, everytime he got around Connie he seemed to make him think more responsible. Maybe it was a good thing, no? His parents would likely agree once he told them his decision.
His leather jacket hung open as he leaned over, lips close to Conrad's ear as he spoke, smile pulling a soft pink hued lips. "Glad you waited." Because he knew just how impatient his cousin could be. The tips of his diamond angel wings necklace brushing against the back of Conrad's neck from how close he was. "Don't get up." He put his hands on his cousin's shoulders to keep him from doing so or turning around just yet. "And lets close these books for now, hmm?" The last word rolling on his tongue softly as he gently tugged the book away and closed it.
Once that was done he stood up behind Conrad, smile still lingering on his face before he moved over a few seats and jumped over them into the aisle Conrad was in. A few strands of dark hair brushed against his forehead as bright blue eyes gazed at him. "I designed you something and it was finally finished." His smile turned into one like the Cheshire Cat, mischevious. He unzipped the pocket of his leather jacket and reached into it and pulled out a necklace, a black leather cord with a sterling silver pendant attached to it. It's design was CELTIC. He held it out to him by the leather cord now.
"Inside there, that's the symbol for friendship and the knot around it symbolizes eternity. Because you know... you and me are going to be thick as thieves forever, Connie." He grinned at him. He believed it to, nothing would come between him and Conrad.
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