** I'm out. Your rules are fair, but incredibly silly. I don't honestly care if people think I'm "dumb or immature" because most know I joke, seeing as I'm well-known in Fan Art and everyone knows I'm not a douche. So. I'll be watching the roleplay, but I'll be kicked out later anyway. I'm not "post whoring" either. I honestly thought it was fine for me to joke around. I guess not. *
"Well... I was kinda forced into it. My mom died while she was giving birth to me. And err..." she stopped, taking a sip of wine. She had came over here to discuss a job, and he already had her telling him her life's story. I have to be careful... "And that's it. How long do you think were going to be sailing?" she repeated, determined to change the subject.
[Oh no, I love a good joke. You, however, were not telling a joke. I laugh at jokes, but I stared at your post with disbelief. I assumed by your post count and RP experience that you were mature. After checking your account, I found you are rather young, which excuses your ignorance. Now, I am not kicking you out, but if you truly cannot have fun without cursing randomly then by all means, leave. Just know that you were being immature, not funny, and that you were also gaining post count through needlessly posted one liners, which is the definition of a "post *****."
"A long time." he said, refusing a real answer. "So, what does your husband do? He a doctor too?" he asked, tryin to find if it would be acceptable to make a move. She wanted it, so why keep her waiting? He wouldn't do anything too much, just give her a small taste to ensure a grand voyage.
** You're annoying as **** with your attitude, really. You assume because you know the definition of post ***** you think I am one. I guess you don't have the same mentality as me, and for a teenager or young adult to not have that sense of humor is astonishing at the least. I would assume you all would laugh, as most teenagers are immature like that. I simply made a joke. I'm leaving now, so as not to ruin your roleplay. *
[What a shame. Annoying as shit eh? Way to prove my point. Anyway, that tone is condescension and it usually comes when one person is scolding another for something they have done wrong. Now, to your credit, you saw that your immaturity would not be tolerated and left, which was the mature choice. Good bye and I wish you only the best. Understand it is nothing personal, but some people just don't mesh. Maybe in a few years, when you have grown up, we may chat and laugh at this silly bickering.]
"Husband..." Lily said, laughing. It was quite obvious what he was really asking. She finished her glass of wine, setting it down on the table. She was a bit tipsy, and was tempted to have another, but decided against it. She caught herself glancing at the bottle quite a lot. Damn... I really shouldn't of had any...
((Mr_Grandtree, if you wouldn't mind, I would like for you to hold off on setting off on the ship until I have applied, and possibly made it in. I don't have time tonight, but I am sure I'll have one by tomorrow. Is that alright?))
[Sorry Neil, but his silliness was not going to be allowed. Truly, I apologise that you had to pay for it.]
"Look, you are smart, and I am smart. Why must we play childish games? You are beautiful, and I am interested, and by your gaze and tone I can hardly help but believe you may find something redeemable within me." he said, standing and moving to pour her more wine. "One more glass whilst we walk." he said, grabbing her hand and leading her out of the room towards the gardens, where his bush maze lay waiting. He decided they would go through the gardens, then, once her glass was empty they could stumble into the maze for a while.
"No, I... I can't." she said, ripping her hand from him. "I think I've kept you long enough, Mr.Grandtree. I'll just show myself out..." she quickly walked back to the table, and put down the full wine glass she had reluctantly picked up. She liked Scott, quite a lot actually. What wasn't there not to like? But that's what scared her. She had only just met him, and she already had feelings for him.
(Wow, my apologies for all the mistakes I'm making.)
"Oh come now, I offer riches beyond belief, adventure at high seas, can't you drink one glass and walk with me. I won't do anything, no sex, no touching. I may steal a peck, but that's all." he said, and he was being honest. Truth was he would hate to spoil his sea treat. No, best to save her for a rainy day.
[Alright, Scott's two other engagements may show themselves, but we must wait on a few more applications before we may begin. I would just hate to leave you all waiting.]
Lily sighed, picking back up her glass. She walked back to him, proceeding to wherever he was taking her. Another glass of wine would be harmless, especially because Scott promised to not take advantage of her. "So, where are we going?" she asked, walking next to him.
Sasha leaned back in her bar stool. She tossed a gold coin back into the crowd, and watched the people scramble for it. She giggled a bit, and then fell backwards, out of her chair, her mug flying back onto another patrons table, knocking their drink over as well. Sasha got up, and ran over to the table. "Ah! I'm sorry! I'll buy you a new one, aI promise!" She said, rubbing the back of her head. '****... I'm a bit tipsy....'
"Too smart for me to lie to." he sighed. There was a level of irony in the statement, for it was a lie. He was a champion of lying, his position earned and earned again every week. "I plan to get you tipsy and allow us to lose ourselves in my hedge maze, where we will kiss passionately before I shove you out the door." he said, laughing at his statement as if it were a joke, though it summed up his plans perfectly.
"Ack!" Joseph yelled. She had spilled his coffee all over his shirt. "Agh, that burns. Don't worry, you don't have to buy me another one. It'd be in my best interest to sleep over drink coffee, but sleeping is unlikely for me." He laughed, and stood up.
"My name is Joseph. Yours?" He asked, but he suddenly realized it was a woman. Not an often sight, a woman knocking over peoples drinks. Usually it was men. But still, a woman. He was really bad with women.
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Sasha smiled, and dropped a bag of twenty silver coins on the table. "Please, I insist." She straightened her posture, and smirked. "You've never heard of me? I'm a bit famous around here." She raised her arms. "Guys, who am I?" She asked the bar, and a large amount of them chanted back "Sasha, the navigation goddess!" Sasha sat down across from the man, and laughed, holding out her hand. "Nice to meet you, Joseph. As they said, I'm Sasha."
Lily looked at Scott nervously, there was always a bit of truth in a joke. Should've left when I had the chance... she thinks, sipping on her wine. She had learned a few new things about her 'boss'. His true colors were becoming more clearer and clearer each second she was with him. "You have a hedge maze?"
"I don't get do much other than my job. It is very time consuming, so sometimes my insomnia helps. Pleased to meet you, though." He did a little mock bow. "Navigator, eh? Sound exciting. All I do is inspect and make jewellery."
"Ah, is that so? Well, I suppose that is good then... and, the pleasure is all mine!" She said, smiling and tilting her head a bit. She looked at the clock again. "Hmm... almost time..." She mumbled to herself, and then looked back up. "I would love to see some of what you made! If you have any, that is."