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    Soul Food With a little Wonder Bread [Louie/Cassiti]

    Louie
    Louie

    Alt Account- Richie Rich- Rich- Character Application Approved!- Player 
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    In Progress Soul Food With a little Wonder Bread [Louie/Cassiti]

    Post by Louie 22nd September 2020, 1:55 pm


     

    DAY ONE: DON'T CALL THE KNIGHTS!

    Vroom!

    For more than a mile away, citizens of Crocus could hear the revving of an impossibly loud car engine as it zoomed through the wide city streets of the nation's capital. It was none other than Louie Calvin Klein, driving through Crocus in his golden Pherrari. Although the car he drove seemed to change every other day, his inability to drive safely and responsibly remained unchanged. He had his iLac in one hand and the steering wheel in the other. He was blasting music that somehow rivaled the noise the car engine made, and his backseat was full of shopping bags while his passenger seat held a carton of Joyan meat kebabs he bought from a restaurant deeper in the city.

    Louie wasn't always suits and fondue, after all. Today, charcoal was his aesthetic. A charcoal beanie with a charcoal jacket, with a simple white teeshirt underneath. He wore round, thin-rimmed shades, and shiny black loafers to bring it all together. Although it appeared to be a very casual look, everything he wore was awfully expensive and designer. The blonde might've had expensive and picky tastes when it came to fashion, but he wasn't nearly as rigid with food. Even though he looked down on most people in this third-world nation, he'd eat anything he thought tasted good. In fact, the cuisine was one of the reasons he traveled across the continent so often. The multimillionaire indulged in food from either side of the price spectrum, regardless of the socioeconomic class of the people preparing it. It was one of the only things he wasn't... well, Louie over.

    "♪ Yeah, you f*cking with some wet ass p****! Bring a bucket and a mop for this wet ass p****! Give me everything you got for this wet ass p****! ♪" Louie sung in sync with the music blasting from his stereo as he made sharp turns around corners and sped down the streets. He'd frequently peek down to his lap, scrolling down his direct messages between him and Nessa, sending her the link to the very song he was singing—WAP by Kardi G. Needless to say, he was in a pretty good mood. He'd been experiencing more and more excitement during his heists as Prada lately, and he was visiting Fairy Tail more and more even if it was really only to drag Nessa along somewhere. Even though that beast Vandrad had been killing his buzz with that disgusting behavior of his, a lot of good things were present to improve his mood. He was leaning on his comfortable leather car seat, bobbing his head up and down to the beat of the trendy new song, his ruby lion-like eyes darting between the road ahead of him and his iLac. He was feeling good!


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    Cassiti Calixte
    Cassiti Calixte

    Player 
    Lineage : Pony Link
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    Mentor : Louie
    Experience : 2,562

    In Progress Re: Soul Food With a little Wonder Bread [Louie/Cassiti]

    Post by Cassiti Calixte 24th September 2020, 4:19 pm

     
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    Out of all the cities in Fiore she’d visited so far, which hadn’t been very many, the capital of Crocus was the one that made her the most nervous.

    There were people everywhere. They crowded the streets in literal droves, packed together like a school of fish drifting through the ocean, moving together in a synchronized dance that they had known their whole lives. It was graceful and chaotic at the same time, both mesmerizing and terrifying. Cassiti felt like a seahorse among the fish, watching them all with the uncertainty of an outsider that could never mimic or understand their patterns, feeling more than a little claustrophobic. They twisted and turned and swam gracefully among their peers without getting in each other’s way, while she hopped along a bit at a time with her small fins doing her best not to be a bother to anyone or to interrupt their flow.

    Even she couldn’t deny how captivating the city itself was, however. It certainly wasn’t Avalon, but there were a number of tall structures with exotic architecture that were quite wonderous to behold. There were exquisite cathedrals that took her breath away, and down the main streets were rows upon rows of shops and stalls with food, clothing, jewelry, and all sorts of products the likes of which she’d never seen before. The fashion in this era of Fiore was exciting and fun, and the foods drew her nose like a moth to flame. The problem was that she didn’t exactly have any money. It had not taken her long to learn that bartering here was done almost exclusively with a currency known as jewel, which was earned through working jobs. Since she did not have a job, there were very few things she could do to get jewel. She had not necessarily become desperate yet; she’d brought more than enough seeds to grow food for herself so she could eat. However, the seeds would not last forever, not even with her magic.

    That didn’t stop her from at least doing some window shopping. She loved admiring the clothes and the jewelry especially, fascinated by the intricate and detailed work that must have gone into making them. Not for the first time since she’d gotten here, Cassi wished she had some sort of practical skill that she could use to make items like these and sell them, or even to just wear for herself. At the moment she was wearing the same outfit she’d had since she arrived in Ishgar: A black, long sleeved top that left her stomach exposed, and a matching pair of black pants. A white belt sat loose around her hips and a white robe was draped around her shoulder with an oversized cowl covering her head. She had thick black hair that was done up in large braids, and vivid emerald colored eyes that were bright against the contrast of her dark skin. There were gold adornments on her hair, wrists, and ears, as well as trimmed into various pieces of her clothing. She had a small, petite frame that stood slightly over five and a half feet, and she looked fairly young. Not a child, but certainly an older teenager teetering on the verge of womanhood.

    Cassi was so distracted by the sights and the noise, that she didn’t really think all too much about stepping out into the street. Plenty of other people had crossed throughout her time there, and since she had not seen anything like a lacrimavehicle before she had no idea to look out for such things. With her hood blocking her peripheral vision, she had little to no warning of the golden car that came screaming around the corner until it was far too late to try and stop it. She didn’t even get a chance to gasp before she suddenly found herself getting launched into a nearby stall.

    The young woman was only out for a couple seconds before she came to, her vision hazy and her body on fire. The entire event had been a blur that she didn’t altogether recall right away. A number of people were standing around her, trying to wake her up and asking her if she was okay. She had completely smashed the wooden counter with the weight of her body, and there were cuts and bruises already forming in the places where her skin was showing. Her head was so foggy trying to catch up to the last few seconds that Cassi didn’t even have the wherewithal to heal herself right away. “Nini kimetokea..?” she asked in a deep, raspy voice, her confusion causing her to speak in her native language rather than the common she had learned to communicate with the Ishgarans.

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    Louie
    Louie

    Alt Account- Richie Rich- Rich- Character Application Approved!- Player 
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    In Progress Re: Soul Food With a little Wonder Bread [Louie/Cassiti]

    Post by Louie 27th September 2020, 6:52 pm


     

    DAY ONE: DON'T CALL THE KNIGHTS!

    Thwack! ...?

    Louie was really feeling the music and in his head with his iLac, but he knew that you weren't supposed to feel the feeling. At least, not in the way that shook your car a little when you drove it. During one of his reckless maneuvers, something had obviously hit his car. Well, at first it was hard to tell, considering the speakers he had installed into this car was so heavy on the bass that it very much mimicked a body hitting the hood of the car whenever a beat dropped, but this felt a llittle too real. It felt that way, and he saw it too.

    Launched into a nearby wooden stall, some idiot who wasn't looking where they were going had propelled off of his expensive Pherrari at exciting speeds. Louie stopped his car in the middle of the road with a look of shock and disgust on his face, like he couldn't believe that some twat had the nerve to hit his car like that. When he stepped out in all of his expensive, dapper glory, Kardi G's trending song released into the open like a force of nature, briefly filling the vicinity with detailed tales of dripping unmentionables before he slammed his car door shut, pushing the beast of a song back into its expensive cage. Unlike the people who crowded over whoever he just sent flying into a stall, Louie seemed blissfully unconcerned with that part of the problem. Instead, he immediately stepped to the front of his Pherrari, eyeing it for damage. Despite the relative severity of the accident, there was virtually no damage. Not even a dent, which was surprising considering he had launched someone off of it. Now, finally, to address the that part of the problem.

    "Nini kime—what? Bitch, you just hit my car!" Louie replied to that feminine voice with an angry shout. He turned around and began to step over to the scene, visibly upset with the potential damage she could've caused. As he approached her, her appearance became clearer and clearer with each step. She was a charming brown woman with full lips and thick assets. Her figure was well-defined and, overall, she was one of the more decent-looking women he's met—even if it was because of an accident she caused. For a moment, Louie had paused with this look of irritation on his face as he stared at her before suddenly whipping his ruby-eyes back at the crowd once he had decided on what to do. "What are you all looking at, pigs? She's fine, so get lost! All of you!" Louie barked at them with that little Napedian twinge in his voice. With the incident being confronted by both parties involved now, people slowly began to disperse back into normal Magnolian life, leaving both him and this woman alone on the side of the street.

    Once that had happened, Louie leaned down with his arms crossed over his chest just enough so he could at least look her in the eyes. "So? What was that all about?" he glared at her.


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    Cassiti Calixte
    Cassiti Calixte

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    Lineage : Pony Link
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    Mentor : Louie
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    In Progress Re: Soul Food With a little Wonder Bread [Louie/Cassiti]

    Post by Cassiti Calixte 25th November 2020, 6:13 pm

     
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    She was barely aware of the people around her, struggling to sit up without moving too fast for her already shaken equilibrium to handle. A masculine voice shouted something at her that didn’t entirely settle in her brain, which felt like it was still rattling between her ears. Forcing herself to focus, she reached into her magic. A fine emerald colored mist began to glow around her entire body. Before their eyes, her cuts and bruises shrank and disappeared, leaving her unharmed. Similarly, any minimal amounts of blood she had shed disappeared from both her flesh and her clothing, which similarly had knit itself back together in places it had been torn until the entire garment was pristine and appeared as new as the day it had been made.

    Once the healing had been completed, the mist evaporated and Cassiti’s head was feeling much clearer. By then, the man whose car she’d run into had already scared off the rest of the people that had been crowding around, which was more of a relief for her than anything else. This whole situation was already embarrassing enough as it was without having a crowd of strangers gawking at her. The man leaned down over her, causing her attention to be drawn up to him where he loomed. He had bright, yellow hair and fair skin, with bright red eyes that glared down at her with more ire than concern. If his looks were any indication, the man was about her age, perhaps a year or two older. He was certainly taller, that much she could tell even while sitting. Granted, most people were taller than she was. He wore suitably rich clothing and jewelry that matched what she could only assume was a rather expensive vehicle, and overall he was admittedly rather handsome.

    But Cassiti could see more than just his appearance. Her abilities as an Oracle gave her the power to read a person’s aura, both actively and passively, which allowed her some insight to the natures of those whom she met. Cassiti rarely used the ability actively, as it could be quite invasive to the one she studied. However, her passive perceptions weren’t something she could really stop or control. There was a… darkness about him. She got a feeling that was deep seeded and bitter, with tones of… spite. Anger. Violence. That alone would have been enough to give her pause, but for as overwhelming as it was there were other sensations that lingered beneath the surface and caught her attention: Pain. Sorrow. Loneliness. Cassi had met people before with heavy and foreboding auras, but she’d never met anyone who’s spirit was as chaotic as this man’s was.

    If anyone else had been in her position, the man likely would have expected to get reamed about how he had been driving, about his reckless behavior, and about the audacity it had to blame it on the pedestrian rather than take the responsibility on himself for being so careless. They probably would have gotten in his face and yelled back before calling the Rune Knights and insisting on pressing charges, particularly given how obviously wealthy he was. Instead, what he got was an almost forlorn expression as Cassiti’s shoulder drooped slightly in shame and embarrassment, her dark flesh hiding the slight flush in her cheeks.

    “I ahm sorry,” she told him, her deep voice soft and kind with genuine regret. There was a thick accent to her speech unlike anything he would have heard before, the exotic tone a clear indicator that Ishgaran was not her first language. Equally obvious was that she was used to people not fully understanding her as she seemed to be focusing on her enunciations as she spoke, in order to communicate more efficiently. “I ahm naht from dis place, and dere ahr no t’ings like dat where I come frohm.” Cassiti nodded to his car meaningfully. “I beg forgeeveness. It was an error frohm ignorance. I promise to be moore careful.”

    Cassiti looked up at him and asked, “Ahr you hurt? Deed I damage your… erm… how you say… cahr? I cahn feex et or heal you if needed…” Carefully, she pushed herself up onto her feet and stepped out of the rubble. Turning to the broken pile, she stretched a hand toward it and closed her eyes. Once more the soft emerald mist appeared around her, and then around the demolish stall. In a matter of only seconds, the rubble reverted itself almost like it had been a movie that she’d rewound, the pieces flying up and fitting back together until it was whole once more, with no cracks or dents to serve as evidence to it having ever been broken in the first place.

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    Louie
    Louie

    Alt Account- Richie Rich- Rich- Character Application Approved!- Player 
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    In Progress Re: Soul Food With a little Wonder Bread [Louie/Cassiti]

    Post by Louie 4th December 2020, 1:07 am



    Soul Food With a little Wonder Bread [Louie/Cassiti] VI4Dkx5

    Be careful of who you trust; salt and sugar look the same.



    And just like that, all evidence of vehicular manslaughter had vanished upon the victim's generous, magical touch. It was like it had never happened—just the way Louie liked it. But it wasn't just the material damage that had been repaired in seconds, but any sort of damage that she had suffered from the sudden impact had been healed as well. Maybe it was more accurate to say that it was all reversed back to their original state rather than healed, but it didn't really matter. All that mattered was that the most annoying part of this exchange had been fixed before he even had to address it.

    More importantly, Louie was able to get a better look at the girl now that they were standing there face to face. She had beautiful chocolate skin and deep emerald eyes. Maybe they weren't specifically emerald, but he could find himself drowning in that gorgeous abyss all day. She had thick, full lips and a small face. In other words, she was just his type. The blonde had tended to dislike just about every person he met, but if one were so fortunate to be his type, at least they started a few feet ahead of the others in the race to get on his good side.

    The incident was clearly her fault, so he had tuned out her apology for the most part. Her accent was thick and heavy, making her strained enunciations difficult to understand if he wasn't paying attention. This language wasn't his first either, but his perfectionism allowed him to master the tongue at a young age. This was one of many languages he could speak, so seeing someone struggle with someone he excelled in gave him a certain but mild satisfaction.

    "Yeah, yeah, whatever, so..." Louie quickly dismissed whatever question she had without actually giving her a firm answer, crossing his arms over his chest as he walked closer to her, leaning down with his pompous smirk, "Why don't you come ride with me? You have a name, right?"

    It was no surprise, really. Whenever Louie saw something he liked, he had to have it. He was a man who believed in the world being his oyster, and all of the things that didn't come easily to him was just playing hard-to-get. He knew that everything he wanted was meant to be in his possession, so he had come to enjoy the pursuit of women and the heists of valuable things. Of course, the things that fell right into his hand was greatly appreciated as well. But this girl? This girl was one he wanted to enjoy for a while.


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    Cassiti Calixte

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    Mentor : Louie
    Experience : 2,562

    In Progress Re: Soul Food With a little Wonder Bread [Louie/Cassiti]

    Post by Cassiti Calixte 8th December 2020, 9:38 pm

     
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    He didn’t seem altogether interested in her apology, taking only a moment long enough to observe how cleanly she’d fixed everything before turning his attention back on her with better focus. She couldn’t sense his thoughts, but she didn’t really need to at this point. She’d already gotten a passive read on his aura and it was exceptionally chaotic -- perhaps the most chaotic soul she’d ever met. It was almost nauseating to her, like the chaos was seeping into her head and threatening to give her vertigo. Luckily, she was able to keep that expression from her face -- or at least, if anything was there, he would likely mistake it for still feeling a bit woozy after being hit, despite healing herself.

    The man brushed off her offer to reverse any damage to him or his car, closing the distance between the two of them to lean in closer to her. Cassi leaned back a little in a mixture of intimidation and instinct from her upbringing. An Oracle was never to be too close to anyone physically, not unless it couldn’t be helped. But even then, Cassi really didn’t pull back too much, clearly not having the same concept of personal space that most Earthlanders typically did, appearing not to be too overly bothered despite his looming smirk.

    The man offered her a ride before asking for her name. Or well, it was more like a demand, really. While her face was relatively neutral, his behavior didn’t go over her head. As an empath, she could sense the desire in him. He was extremely selfish, evidenced in quite a number of ways over the last couple minutes alone, but primarily in his disregard of her words and the way he was looking at her like she was a piece of meat on a skewer. The priestesses had warned her of people like this, men and women that viewed other people as possessions or prizes or challenges, and there was no doubt in Cassiti’s mind that he was such a one.

    That being said, however… it was the chaos of his nature that kept drawing her attention, that kept her from immediately rejecting his offer. It was her duty to restore balance where she saw a need, and this man greatly needed it. Cassiti could never force him to change, of course -- she wasn’t that naive. But that didn’t mean that she couldn’t at least try to nudge him in the right direction, if indirectly. There was an opportunity here, one that would bring much glory to Aryannrhod should Cassiti play even a small role in reaching for. She didn’t know how, and she was fairly positive that she wouldn’t succeed, but she had to at least be able to say that she earnestly tried and that she hadn’t shrank away from her responsibilities out of fear, or worse: disbelief.

    “Forgeeve me for my roodness.” Crossing her arms over her chest with one fist resting gently against each shoulder, she bowed at the waist to him. “I ahm Cassiti Calixte of Avalon. Et eez my honar to meet you, mister..?” Without breaking from the bow, Cassiti tilted her head up just enough to meet his crimson eyes with her own emerald ones, politely waiting for him to provide her with his own name. Only once that was done would she gently rise. She glanced almost a bit nervously to the car. “Eez et safe..?” the Oracle asked him, visibly uncertain -- which shouldn’t have been a surprise, given how the vehicle had literally just attempted to make a pancake out of her -- but also not turning the offer down outright. In fact, it seemed like she was going to say yes, if anything. She just had never ridden in a lacrimavehicle before, and was a bit intimidated by his at the moment, but he would likely talk her into it very easily.

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    Louie
    Louie

    Alt Account- Richie Rich- Rich- Character Application Approved!- Player 
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    In Progress Re: Soul Food With a little Wonder Bread [Louie/Cassiti]

    Post by Louie 8th December 2020, 10:24 pm



    Soul Food With a little Wonder Bread [Louie/Cassiti] VI4Dkx5

    Be careful of who you trust; salt and sugar look the same.



    Louie couldn't hide a smile seeing Cassiti act the way she did. He had been dealing with such defiant Neanderthals left and right ever since he came to Fiore for his vacation that getting the respect and submission he deserved felt a little more refreshing than usual. He liked to lead a wild life and to enjoy while he did so, and it was women like Cassiti that made it far more enriching.

    "You can call me Mr. Klein," replied Louie, forgoing his first name. To most people, he went by Mr. Klein, as he didn't feel comfortable with nobodies uttering such a powerful and outstanding name. Unfortunately, there were cretins who ignored his requests and called him Louie anyway, but for most people, they simply complied. On the other hand, Cassiti's surname did sound as foreign as her accent, never having heard of such a place before. Louie liked to think that because of his love for travel, he was pretty well-equipped with geographical knowledge, but no country or state by the name of 'Avalon' came to mind. Maybe he just missed it. "Est-ce vrai? Well, if there are girls like you there, I might have to take another vacation pretty soon, oui?"

    After that playful little comment, Louie pulled away from looming over her with interest, walking back over to his car where he'd proudly pat the roof, one hand pocketed as he looked back over his new interest like he was showing off something like a trophy. He owned many cars and vehicles, many of which he loved almost as much as himself, and was one of his few hobbies that only his outstanding wealth could afford.

    "Anything with me behind the wheel is safe," Louie opened the door on the driver's side, beckoning her over, "what, you think you can hit my car again if you're a passenger? Come on."


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    Cassiti Calixte

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    In Progress Re: Soul Food With a little Wonder Bread [Louie/Cassiti]

    Post by Cassiti Calixte 9th December 2020, 8:41 pm

     
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    The blonde haired man introduced himself as Mr. Klein, declining to offer her a first name. It was a bit rude, particularly when she had given her own, but that was to be expected. Mr. Klein commented on her own introduction, specifically on her homeland and how he may have to vacation there soon if there were more girls like her there. Cassiti was fairly certain he was flirting with her, though her experience with such things was nonexistent. “Et woold be rathar deeficult for you to get dere, I’m afraid,” she told him gently as she straightened out. “Avalon eez naht a place dat you will find in Earthland today. Et requires as vary speceefic magic to reach. Et eez quite beautifal, though, so I ahm shoor you would enjoy et if you found a wey to get dere.”

    Avalon was not against travelers by any means. However, they were not used to getting them. It was only possible to reach the island through the use of time magic, and even then the mage would have to know what they were looking for as well as where -- and when -- to find it. Very few mages over the years had managed to stumble across the place by accident. But, the Avalonians were hardly concerned with keeping their home a secret. They were a magic rich community that was more than capable of defending itself, should anything malevolent attempt to overcome it. But outside of that, any well meaning visitors would find the island exceptionally welcoming and accommodating.

    Mr. Klein pulled back from her immediate space and wandered over to the driver door of the vehicle, patting the roof like it was a well trained pet. With a sure confidence that was ill fitting to a man that had literally just struck a pedestrian at high speeds, he assured her that she would be perfectly safe while he was the one driving. Opening the vehicle and allowing the roaring music to once more pour out into the streets, she somehow heard him over the thudding beat as he coaxed her to join him, teasing her as to if she believed she would somehow hit the car again while inside of it. Well, he had a point there, she had to admit.

    After just a brief second more of consideration and trepidation, Cassiti carefully moved over to the passenger seat and opened the door, taking a seat inside and securing the door behind her. It was just as flashy within as its exterior suggested. Whoever this man was, he was clearly an individual with a great deal of wealth. She didn’t have to be from this Era of Earthland to assume that. Wincing slightly at how loud the music was, but politely refraining from complaining about it, the Oracle took a moment to look around in appreciation. Since she had never ridden in a car before, she was unaware of the existence of seatbelts and thus made no effort to put hers on. “Do… I need to do anyt’ing..?” she asked, betraying the fact that she clearly had never been in any car before, let alone one as expensive and gaudy as this one.

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    Louie
    Louie

    Alt Account- Richie Rich- Rich- Character Application Approved!- Player 
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    In Progress Re: Soul Food With a little Wonder Bread [Louie/Cassiti]

    Post by Louie 20th December 2020, 2:42 pm



    Soul Food With a little Wonder Bread [Louie/Cassiti] VI4Dkx5

    Be careful of who you trust; salt and sugar look the same.



    Hearing Cassiti speak of the difficulty of reaching Avalon made Louie want to go even more, enticed by the challenging venture. He couldn't say no or turn the other cheeks when there was any mountain that was difficult for others to climb, traveling trails to treacherous for some, or opening Pandora's box despite all of the warnings. He was a wild man who lived to do all the things he was told he couldn't do or things that were otherwise difficult. His competitiveness and greed manifested in ways as obvious as his immense wealth or as trivial as having a dance battle with a friend.

    Cassiti seemed anxious when she ambled over to his car, sliding inside with a look of apprehension in her eyes as she sunk into the supremely well-kept leather seats. The bass was so high that it could easily be mistaken for a seat massager if you were blind and the music was so loud that it was hard to believe that Louie hadn't experienced a loss of hearing yet. Like Cassiti, he didn't strap himself in his seatbelt and immediately began to get the engine running, leaning over to turn down the volume knob just enough so that his voice could be heard over the music.

    "I'm going to teach you one of the greatest things that ever happened to this third-world country that wasn't because of me, d'accord?" Louie smirkd, pressing a side button on his steering wheel that rewound the song back to the very beginning;

    ♪ Whores in this house
    There's some whores in this house
    There's some whores in this house
    There's some whores in this house (Hol' up) ♪

    The music began to play again, the wheels of the car beginning to roll across the pavement as they had been set in motion. While neither of them had been properly buckled in, Louie had, surprisingly, never gotten into a wreck before.

    "This part is so easy it's—actually, you know what? Let's just go for it, oui? Let's start over and you can start us off."


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    Cassiti Calixte
    Cassiti Calixte

    Player 
    Lineage : Pony Link
    Position : None
    Posts : 55
    Guild : Meliora Vitae
    Cosmic Coins : 0
    Dungeon Tokens : 0
    Mentor : Louie
    Experience : 2,562

    In Progress Re: Soul Food With a little Wonder Bread [Louie/Cassiti]

    Post by Cassiti Calixte 13th February 2021, 9:31 pm

     
      balance
    is not something you find. It is created.  
     
     
     
     
     
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    The music was so loud that Cassiti honestly wasn’t sure how her ears weren’t bleeding. In fact, she wasn’t sure how his ears worked at all. Did he always listen to it so loudly? Louie turned down the volume a bit, but only enough so he could be heard over it as he informed her that he was going to teach her about what he claimed was one of the greatest things to ever happen. She could only assume he was talking about the music, the song starting over and shaking the car with the sheer amount of bass thumping from the beat.

    He took off then, the engine of the vehicle roaring to life as he zipped right back onto the roads. Cassiti was tossed against the back of the seat as the car surged forward, the smaller woman instinctively latching on to the handle on the door beside her in surprise and mild panic. She continued to sway in her seat with each twist and turn he took, unused to the movements of a vehicle. Louie, on the other hand, was right at home, talking up the song and inviting her to just go for it and sing along with him, despite the fact that she’d never heard the melody before. If one could call it a melody. It was unlike anything Cassiti had ever listened to before, though admittedly the beat was catchier than she had expected.

    Still, she wasn’t sure what he expected her to do here. She could hardly sing a song that she didn’t know, so instead Cassi just listened as he sang along, trying to get a feel for the music and listening to the lyrics. She had never been great with music or singing. They weren’t exactly her strong suits, and she didn’t pick up on such things very easily, though she did enjoy and appreciate music. Still, the song itself was a bit confusing. There were parts of it that were hard to understand, and not just because the artist was singing the words at a million miles a second. While she spoke Ishgar very fluently for a woman that had really only learned it a week or two prior, there was still a lot of slang words she had yet to add to her vocabulary, and that was leaving her at a loss with this song.

    Frowning lightly as she tried to understand, she tilted her head at him. “What eez a… whet az poosy?”

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