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Same Blood

Post by Guest on Wed Jan 08, 2014 10:02 pm

Mae wasn't sure what she was expecting from this new school, maybe something new, but she wasn't too concerned with it. She was happy with things the way they are, staying with her brother at all times and keeping to herself when not with him. It would interesting to possibly change that some day but she was definitely not in a rush to do so. When she was told by her father that in order to get to the alley where they had to do all their shopping they had to go through this tiny pub she was not thrilled. Every new student and the old ones were going to be there making the whole place very crowded and loud, two things that young Mae wasn't very fond of.

Before walking into the pub she placed her hand in her brothers. "Ready?" She asked him quietly. Once he confirmed that he was Mae pushed open the door with her hand not in Bae's, she pulled her brother a bit closer when the noise of the place finally hit her. She let Bae lead them into the pub as they weaved through the huge crowd of witches and wizards.

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Re: Same Blood

Post by Guest on Sat Jan 11, 2014 4:37 pm

Bae was not looking forward to shopping, let alone going through a filthy pub. It wasn't actually that he hated shopping; he actually loved it. It was that he was sure the shops would all be horribly crowded and loud, filled with students and their parents shopping for school supplies. And besides, school books definitely weren't his favorite thing to shop for.

As he and his sister prepared to enter the pub he accepted her hand and nodded his assent. Might as well get the whole mess over with, considering that his father assured him that there was no other was into the alley but through a filthy bar. He took what might possibly be his last breath of fresh air for awhile and followed his sister through the door.

It was worse than he thought. Loud conversation everywhere, drinks being spilled on the already sticky floor,hot breath leaving the mouths of snotty children. Of course he considered himself and Mae above other children their age. They were so much more mature. And didn't belch loudly and laugh like the obnoxious child sitting at one of the tables nearby. Bae desperately searched for a table that in a not so crowded nook and blessedly found one, pulling his sister to it and sitting down gracefully with a huff. "This does not seem promising." He whispered to his twin in Korean.

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Re: Same Blood

Post by Guest on Mon Jan 13, 2014 9:24 pm

The last thing Mae wanted to do was to walk into the hot, crowded, filthy, loud pub, but father said that was the only way. If she hadn't had Bae there with her to keep her close she probably never would have went in, but since he was there she stayed as close to him as possible on their way through the pub. The young girl grabbed her brother's hand with both of her's to be extra sure she didn't lose him in the crowd, she removed one of those when someone almost spilled their drink on her. She quickly tapped the glass so that it fell backwards on its owner instead of forward on her, before following Bae to a table.

She gracefully slid into her seat next to Bae and sighed. "I agree." She answered simply. A few moments later someone from the waitstaff came over asking what they wanted to drink, she let him order first and just ordered whatever he said. She started looking around at all the people closest to them, there was a boy making some animal sound to his friend, another kid cleaning up a spill beverage, a group of girls giggling like their friend had just said the funniest thing ever. "These are the people we're going to school with." She told her brother with a look of disgust on her face. She was so glad they were so much more mature and proper than these kids who were more like animals. When the waitstaff returned she took a dainty sip of drink not wanting to touch much of the glass.

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Re: Same Blood

Post by Guest on Thu Jan 30, 2014 6:13 pm

Bae smirked as his sister caused a random patron's drink to spill on them instead of her. He scanned the limited menu, looking for a drink that wouldn't repulse his delicate palate. He reluctantly ordered one of the subpar concoctions the place served just to have something to sip at.

"It's awful, isn't it? They're all so... insignificant." He agreed with his sister, matching her disgusted look with one of his own. Beauxbatons should have the sense not to let such riffraff into their establishment, but he supposed that if they weeded out all the awful children all that would be left was him and Mae. Which actually sounded quite nice. Perhaps it could be arranged. Bae absently took a sip of his drink and immediately made a sour face. He wiped his mouth delicately with a handkerchief. Pumpkin juice? Revolting.

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Re: Same Blood

Post by Guest on Thu Jan 30, 2014 8:57 pm

Pumpkin juice sounded like an alright drink but after taking a simple sip of it she'd rather dump the whole glass on a passing kids head than drink the rest. However that seemed like something that would cause more trouble than it would be worth so she just slid the glass to the center of the table and left it there. "Perhaps they aren't all this bad dear brother. There might be people like us and they're just keeping out of the way of these animals." She said trying to be a bit positive and cheer her brother up, even if it was only a little bit. She was told so many times that Beauxbatons was a great place where so many young witches and wizards meet their best of friends, and Mae wanted to believe that but this place was killing any hope she had.

"Do you want to skip hanging out in this disgusting place and just head out to the alley Bae?" She asked noticing how displeased he looked. Mae didn't mind being here if her brother wanted to be, but she hated the place and it appeared he did too so the small girl saw no reason for the pair to stick around longer than needed.

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Re: Same Blood

Post by Guest on Sun Feb 02, 2014 4:29 pm

Bae smiled gratefully at his sister. He couldn't believe that wizarding children their age could be so awful. It wasn't like they were simple muggles, they were magical children. He did suppose that children would be children, no matter what, and that's why they all acted the same as the snot-nosed brats back home. Maybe once they got to school they would find people more suitable for their tastes, but he doubted it. He and Mae had always been alone, and would probably remain that way in the forseeable future. "Let's go. It's filthy and loud, and we have shopping to do."
Any excuse to leave the shabby pub was a welcome one, but they really should get on with their shopping. They had so much to do; buy robes, books, wands, everything. At least the academy's uniforms weren't awful.

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