" I’m going to make fun of you until the end of time for that. And you know, for us that’s going to be forever. So yes, I will. "
Make me choose: Vampire Damon or
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classifixd started following you
”Yes? I’d like you to send out the dog catcher please.
Apparently someone’s let strays out.”
”Yeah, if we get in the shower we’re not getting out quick.”
”I need a new murder buddy
—and a leather jacket.”
"If you want a leather jacket, go to a store. . And I’m gonna assume you’re joking about the murder thing." Liberty eyed the man warily. Was he drunk?
Azure eyes snapped over to the woman. Blinking rapidly he was obviously annoyed with her response. “Thank you, captain obvious, I think I must have missed that lesson in school. And no, I thinking you might be victim number one.”
"There is nothing happy about cages. Until you set them on fire that is."
"And then once I burn the cage down….I turn into the most horrific little monster that won’t stop until each and every little doctor that tormented me ends up dead with their bones breaking beneath my claws.”
"I think you meant ‘wouldn’t stop’. Watch your tenses and make sure your verb agreement matches. Otherwise I’m beginning to think you and I might have a bit in common. Outside the fact you probably have fleas."
Damon knew he should have gone with a different route.
Hindsight is always 20/20 though and now he’d have to
live with the repercussions of his actions. Azure eyes came
up to stare her down after his initial reaction of annoyed
” I said buy not compel.
There’s a difference,
Actually —- she kind of liked just winding him
up. It wasn’t like it actually did any harm. Besides, he might
be an immortal two hundred something vampire. But for all
her issues — she was still just nineteen.
” I can’t b u y you something
that isn’t legal for me for two years. “
She really needed to stop that. There were just somethings
you didn’t do when it came to a homicidal vampire and one
of those was upsetting him unduly. People generally died
when that happened — which he was seriously considering.
” See, when you say things like that
it makes me regret taking you on. “