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PostSubject: I'll Drink To That {Haedyn/Open}   Mon Jan 05, 2015 3:00 am

Sapphire was getting off work, her small office surrounded her with paperwork and she was finally understanding why others wanted a drink after a day like hers. She grabbed her hat and plopped it onto her neatly tucked hair. Her tail hung against her butt and legs, her ears flicked as she listened to a message on the phone she had bought for pure business. She grabbed her purse and locked her office door for safety. She held four files in her hands, the ones that needed to be filled out and put somewhere safe. She grabbed her glasses from her purse and put them on, scanning through the first file as she walked down the stairs and away from her job. Her grey eyes searched the file, she was making sure it was in order and not sloppily done. She tugged at her shirt to straighten it out before climbing into a taxi, her grey eyes falling on the driver as he waited for her to tell them where they were going. She shut the door and sat there thinking for a few moments, the files resting against her skirt. She smiled weakly at him as he spoke. "Where too miss?" She sighed and closed her eyes, remembering that Nikolai had said he was a bartender at the Lavender Lounge. She didn't like drinking, but she was going to give it a shot. "Lavender Lounge please." She spoke softly, her voice almost a whisper and she was surprised that the man had actually heard her. She sat there, gazing out the window for a few moments as the driver finally spoke to her. "So, eh, your one of them... eh, Mora's is it? Eh?" She chuckled at the way he stumbled over as to how to ask her the question, almost as if he didn't want to offend her. She smiled and nodded gently. "I am indeed, A doberman inu in fact." She grew quiet once more as he simply nodded and barely threw her a glance after that. She rested her hands on her lap, looking at her shirt with a bored expression upon her face. She spaced out, glaring at her hands and the files, trying not to think about the stress of the day that seemed to drag on longer and longer.

"Miss..." She didn't hear him, she was sitting there lost in her own world. "Ma'am? Are you alright?" She felt his hand against her wrist and her grey eyes snapped to reality and she smiled weakly. "Sorry, how much do I owe you?" She asked with a warm smile, trying to brush away the fact that she didn't know how long he had been trying to get her back to the real world. She fished through her purse and paid him in cash. After that, she gathered the files and grabbed her purse in order to fully leave the cab. Once she was standing, she took a few steps away from the cab and sort of waved at the man behind the wheel. She nudged the glasses on her face, staring at the building before her. She turned away slightly, fighting with herself over whether or not she should go in and relax or head home and sleep away the stress after a bubble-bath. She sighed as her feet gave way and dragged her gracefully across the parking lot and into the building. She was like a princess, graceful and very business like. She held her head high, her shoulders rolled back and when she entered, her breath was taken away. Lavender Lounge was beautiful, music blared and people drank and danced. They had a great time and that was all that mattered. She stood out like a sore thumb, looking like a business woman with files and even the dorky glasses which she hated ever so much. The fragrance about her was a top class perfume that she adored, and her makeup wasn't as fresh as it had been earlier that day. She stood awkwardly in the entrance until a man rushed past her and nearly knocked her files from her hands. "Regardez où vous allez!" She cried out in a huffy voice before walking towards the bar.

She set her purse upon the bar top and pulled herself upon the chair. She placed her files under her purse and her hat upon the purse. Everything was neat, but there was no bartender. She didn't mind, instead she listened to the music and sat very straight. Sapphire reached up and pulled her hair from the tightly knit bun, her hair falling loosely around her shoulders, spewing in curls and waves. She pulled her glasses off and set them down, running a hand through her hair and then letting it fall across her face. She rubbed her temples and went over the case she had had that day in her mind. A woman had come in reporting that her husband had been cheating on her and she wanted the truth about. Ironic, it's always like that in the movies. She sighed gently and tried to remember every detail so she could file it properly. She had spent most of her day following the husband only to be followed by a private investigator that the husband hired to watch the wife. It turns out they both doubted each others in the end walked out of her office laughing and holding hands. She had been paid well but she hated cases like that. They were irritating and she often thought that it was just so they could live life like a movie. It wasted her time and made her almost lose her temper. But that was over with, now she was going to relax, buy a drink and enjoy her time off for the day. She rubbed her face and leaned back in her seat, playing with the sleeve on her shirt. An old song came on, one that was maybe a hundred years old or older. She was surprised and instantly started humming along to it. The song was "Don't Stop Believing" by Journey, it was nice and she enjoyed the music.


Translation: "Look where you go!"
Outfit: Sapphire Isn't Ready for a night in town.
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PostSubject: Re: I'll Drink To That {Haedyn/Open}   Mon Jan 05, 2015 2:01 pm

“Georgie, hey! Break it the fuck up! If you wanna fight, do it outside but not in here. I’ll kick your ass myself!” Amongst the loud commotion of the bar, Haedyn had her hand placed on a burly man’s arm. Last time she’d escorted him away herself, her nails pinching down on his ear until she threw him out. She didn’t ban him because he was a gentle man at heart, a softie that was easy to talk down. Haedyn couldn’t bring herself to ban him. Hell, she’d given him a couple tattoos a while back. But humans angered easily and she wasn’t tolerating such things while she was on the job. “Either you settle down or you're out, okay?” To this she got a guilty nod of the head before she patted his arm and returned to the bar. Waitresses moved about her in the space, but when she was getting the drinks it was of no consequence. A group of giggly humans ordered round after round of shots to which she poured without hesitation. She found that it was her favorite part of her job. People ordered and she responded with exactly what they wanted. Sometimes she felt like a witchdoctor in the madness, handing people drinks so that they could find love at the bottom of a bottle with a person they could hardly even see. Others it was the strong stuff, the stuff they could have complete hallucinations when they got to the end of it. The best part was that she didn’t have to care what they wanted, but she could serve it up no matter how incorporeal it was. The liquid courage was enough to spring up the weirdest of drunken minds. She was the orchestrator of the party and the winner in the game. The job made her feel sly and cunning, a spell with a price. Haedyn gave people what they wanted with nothing to go against her purposefully. The humans would rack up a bill enough to pay her for a month, not even counting the tips they gave her. Those remained stored in her bra, going straight home after the bills were passed over the counter.

For a while she’d continue playing the part of the server, but as the music got wilder the humans started to drift away to the land of their dancing choice. The lavender lights flared and hid the real appearances of people around her, every other source of brightness gone from the room. On the dance floor there were strobes flickering with the bass, but back at the bar it was quieter. She’d known this would happen, that so many humans would drift, and so she dressed herself up for the sake of business. The inu was all plunging necklines and mini skirts in her black slip of a dress, taking in the tips like moths to a flame when she flaunted her body. No one had to know that she actually enjoyed the dress. It stretched enough to give her full range of movement and extenuated her slight curves to an all-time high. Like a oil over a canvas it moved with her, acting as a part of her for the moments that she wore it. It was all sleeveless perfection and pushed her cleavage up nicely, the wad of bills stored there visible to all that it bared. Her fellow coworkers had spared her and appreciative glance but passed her no bills, so they weren't what was on her mind. Headings lips were a ruby red, a vast contrast against her pearly teeth when she smiled. Her eyes were dark and kohl-lined, giving the gold and green of her irises some vibrance so they could shine. The blonde locks upon her head were fluffed in little waves that fell over one shoulder, her bangs framing her face in a lovely arch. She didn’t really think about what she looked like at the moment but was living in it all the same. Slowly the drinks grew harder and the humans got drunker, which was fine by her, but she hadn’t yet found her pick of the day. On her shifts she’d find someone in desperate need of a pep-talk or someone just to listen, and she’d oblige them if the liquid they tumbled into wasn’t enough. Surprisingly she hadn’t found that special someone to enjoy the rest of her shift with, but she was continuously looking.

The smell of booze and humans was too much for her senses to even detect another Mora until her kind was practically sitting at the bar across from her. A pretty little thing though women weren’t her type, but still pretty none the less. Haedyn could only imagine the vast difference in their appearances, but really what the woman across from her wore would not have been her first choice on any day. Now that she focused she could smell a fellow inu, but the look on her face was far from party-wild. Maybe she’d been hoping it was quieter? The alchemist could never be sure, but she wouldn’t know unless she asked. Haedyn chose a classy bottle of wine from the hidden shelf, locked and loaded to have her company for as long as her shift would last. With a towel she waved someone to work the counter, the humans dwindling away slowly to their desired destinations. The alchemist made her way over to the woman and smiled slowly, placing the wine bottle on the counter. “You look like you need a drink, my fellow inu. Luckily for you, I work here. So you name it and it’s on my tab.” Haedyn removed her stilettos once she’d settled on a stool, grimacing in pain and then relief once the torture chambers were removed. “Heels are the very definition of a lurve/hate relationship, don’tcha think?” relationship She leaned over the bar top, swaying on her bar stool, and rested her on her elbows to look at the woman. A single brow raised itself quizzically in asking as to what exactly she would want.
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PostSubject: Re: I'll Drink To That {Haedyn/Open}   Mon Jan 05, 2015 4:52 pm

Sapphire sat in silence, dwelling on her cases. The music got louder and she felt as if she should disappear to a corner seat where it would be a bit more peaceful. She hadn't noticed the bartender across from her, still lost in her own world. Her hair fell in her face and she brushed it away from her face with a gentle flick of the hand. She was listening to two humans argue over whether they should approach her and ask her to dance. She ignored one as he reached across her for something random and then pulled away, clearly dissatisfied with the fact that she hadn't even thrown a glance at him. She watched as they both and got two girls to dance, of course usually that meant things would go quite a bit farther then maybe what they wanted. She smiled, amused by the silly things humans did just to get what they wanted. The two men weren't even drunk, but they were getting what they wanted. She shook her head in disapproval and simply went back to thinking. She was playing with her hair, twirling it in one hand and using her left hand to write in her report for the files she was supposed to finish that day. Her hand flew across the page as she wrote, concentrating on the files were important, but it put her at a disadvantage as she was unaware of the things happening around her. She chewed on a few pretzels that were in a bowl to the right of her stuff. No music, no nothing. She was in her mind and she was working. She heard the music crank up more and as it did so, she placed a hand against her head and took a deep breath. What a headache... She shook her head and bit her lip, trying to figure out if she was missing any details on her report. Seems I've got it all... She slapped the folder closed and leaned back, her grey eyes shutting tightly. She twisted and crossed her legs all business like, one over the other. She turned her head ever so slightly so she could examine the ones who danced.

The way they moved, bodies against bodies, hands touching skin. They all had something in common, they were trying to forget. Except Sapphire, she was trying to remember. Her heart raced with the music and she almost felt like dancing, almost. But she didn't move from her spot. She stayed seated and crunching on the small snack on the bar. Her eyes searched the crowd and she almost wished that she would be able to recognize someone. While her eyes were on the crowd, someone shuffled around her, setting a bottle of wine on the bar top. A voice spoke and made her jump, she spun quickly around to see a charming young women sitting at the bar beside her. She listened and glanced at the wine, it was classy and almost seemed like it were all too good to be true. She listened, she nodded slowly and smiled shyly. She watched her remove her heels and then toy with words in a tease. “Heels are the very definition of a lurve/hate relationship, don’tcha think?” Yes, they are indeed. She let out a warm chuckle, nodding her head in agreement. "Yes, I quite agree. They are just the most to love to loathe." She shook her head gently, looking down at her own heels that she wanted to rip off. But she didn't move to take them off, instead she reached forward and grabbed two wine glasses. One for herself and the other for the bartender she had seen working. She poured them both some wine and set one glass in front of the young lady. "Thank you, I can still pay however and would much like to if you will let me." She spoke the words sincerely. She could still pay, but she knew some bartenders would refuse and wave her off. So she was offering the choice of whether or not she was allowed to pay for the wine. She tilted her head, playing with the waves in her hair as she waited and listened. She picked up the wine glass and stared at it, a look of doubt crossing her face as she couldn't decide if she wanted a drink or not.

She placed the glass against her lips and took a short, sweet sip. It was wonderful. Something Sapphire hardly ever agreed with, she quite enjoyed the taste of this wine and she took note of the year and brand so if she ever wanted to buy it herself, she'd be able to. She twisted so she was fully facing the other inu. "I am Sapphire by the way, pardon my rudeness for not introducing myself earlier." She smiled warmly, her grey eyes sparkling as she spoke to the fellow Mora. She remembered meeting Finnlay and Nikolai, those were the only Mora's she had met within the lands owned by Queen Willow. She leaned against the back of her seat, smiling and slowly sipping the wine. Her grey eyes stayed on the female that had come to her. It was interesting, usually Sapphire was ignored or simply overlooked. What made the inu choose her to talk with? Was it the fact they shared something by both being human and dog. Either way, they were both understanding on at least one subject, heels were a pain. She sighed and reached down, undoing her boot heels and pulling them off her feet. She set them on her lap to show she completely agreed that heels hurt just as bad as they helped. There were a few things that bothered her that night, one, her most recent case, two, the fact that she had done something she never does. She was drinking, she was in a bar. This was very off behavior for the grey eye mystery solver. She only ever entered a bar to bring someone to justice and make an arrest. Yet, there she was, drinking with a stranger and actually enjoying herself! Who would of thought that the oh so perfect princess would let her guard down. She felt as if she could forget everything proper, everything that her governess had taught her and just relax and maybe even find a friend with the pretty lady. She took in the others details, the hair, the clothing. She was stunning, almost as if she belonged to be a model or maybe an actress. That was her own opinion though, in fact, as she looked around the room... she saw many a male and female that seemed to be just as handsome or beautiful.

(OOC- sorry if this is short >.<)
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PostSubject: Re: I'll Drink To That {Haedyn/Open}   Wed Jan 07, 2015 2:10 pm

The soft pads of her fingers circled the glass slowly as she watched the fellow Mora, a hand in her dirty blonde locks to support her head. It appeared that the swan’s feathers had been perfectly ruffled, but a drink wouldn’t be enough in her opinion. Through partially narrowed eyes she followed Sapphire’s every movement. In the low lighting it was hard to study her features even as the occasional lavender beam struck them from another room. Rhythmically shadows danced all over the walls, the pieces of dark enjoying the club just as much as the noise that sounded throughout. It’d be pull until closing time, but Haedyn was going to join them in their antics. She was going to dance her day away until it was nothing but a memory in a filing cabinet. Her stilettos remained on the barter without a care as she glanced at her wine and considered it quietly. It wasn’t a deep scarlet liquid but a transparent color with a pinkish hue. It wasn’t her normal hard liquor, but she supposed it would have to do. Haedyn reached over the bar top and plucked a straw from its respectable holder before she plunged it into her beverage. After a few sips, Haedyn offered her hand with a sly smile. “The name’s Haedyn, lovely to meet you. Just call me Hae, anyhow. Oh, you won’t be paying for anything at all tonight. But tell me, how often do you get out?” The question had to be asked, it was killing the inu to see one of her kind stuck so rigid. Haedyn wondered what had her in such a way but couldn’t come up with a single strand of a clue. It seemed tonight her plans would change to be the solution and the agent. The alchemist wanted to see what would happen if she set a whole new kind of fire to Sapphire’s soul or even gave her that fleeting chance of the freedom Haedyn lived every waking moment. She needed to feel the wind in her hair and do things that made her feel ice in her veins. Haedyn craved that kind of thrill. It set a light in her eyes and made her feel like nothing but a leaf in the see. The party became the crashing waves that tossed and moved her about until she safely found shore once again; it was the rush of a lifetime. If Sapphire had never experienced such a thing then she would try to like hell to make it happen tonight. The alchemist could honestly say she had never seen a woman so uptight except for on the tv alone. A little fun was to be bad, and some expensive wine wasn’t going to cover it at all.

“Excuse me for a second, I’ll be right back,” she said as she stood and moved away. From the back she collected her things and returned to Sapphire after a few heartbeats in a moment. From within her bag’s inner pocket she retrieved her phone and a tube of lipstick, opening the tube and angling her phone. Once she could see herself Haedyn applied a fresh coat as she spoke. “I think,” she said, applying a fresh layer of lipstick and rubbing them together before puckering her lips in the mirror her phone provided. Her eyeliner was redone to frame her eyes and electrify the colors that swirled together in her irises, the gold turning that lovely pastel purple as the light dashed over them once again. The small case of her makeup came next and she  applied a new coat of powder to her face where the old had began to grow shiny. “…That you need to dance.” The prominent clap of the lid of her powder closing amplified her statement, turning towards Sapphire to smile before returning to her phone. She stuck her free hand in her silky locks and fluffed them gently, amplifying the volume. Haedyn quit when it was a beautiful disaster and gave her that tousled look that she was after. “What do you think?” she asked in question of her makeup. Her lips puckered as she winked over her shoulder to the fellow inu. It was then that she finally realized Sapphire’s attire and shook her head, gesturing to the outfit. “That will not do, dear.. I think I may have something you can wear. One moment.” Haedyn reached into her purse and felt around for a moment in the large bag before she finally found it. A scrap of black fabric came out with her hand. It was a dress much like her own but covered a whole lot more than it should in Haedyn’s opinion. The inu unfolded it and presented it to Sapphire. “I think it should fit you, and if it does you can have it. Huge shopping mistake today, but I brought it to work in case this one had a little malfunction, if you know what I mean.” Laughing softly, Haedyn didn’t ask but instead shooed her to the bathroom to change.

When Sapphire returned Haedyn asked to see a little spin before she stood and stepped to take the uptight clothes and put them in her purse safely. Her hands lifted and worked out tousling the inu’s brunette locks with a small smirk before she pulled out her makeup. Expertly she applied a deep scarlet to Sapphire’s lips and gestured for her to rub her lips together afterwards. Outside of the bar music pounded against the walls, calling her name as she finished her little masterpiece of the inu in front of her. In her musical English voice she added a bit more air as she showed Sapphire what she looked like now, her phone providing as a mirror again. “You look gorgeous dahling. Lemme just go put our stuff in the back and then it’s party time.” Haedyn skipped away for a few moments and set everything in her locker before she locked it once again. She wasn’t exactly sure why she was doing what she was doing, but seeing Sapphire so stressed struck something in her. It was like watching one of those animal adoption commercials that left you completely heartbroken and feeling guilty that such a creature never really experienced what life was like on the other side of the cage. Haedyn ran her hands over her front, smoothing the dress down as she examined herself in the full-length mirror she’d put in the staff room. Quietly she made a little gun with her hand and pretend to shoot at the mirror at herself before blowing off the ‘barrel’, giving herself a quick wink. She returned to Sapphire and linked her arm with the other inu as she smirked. “Are you ready to grace the dance floor with our sexiness? If you want to do this, that is. I’m not going to push you, but I think you may need it.” Some humans who knew Haedyn saw her through the entrance of dance floor and began calling her name. She laughed and waved them off until they left, turning her head to look at Sapphire and wait for an answer.
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PostSubject: Re: I'll Drink To That {Haedyn/Open}   Sat Jan 17, 2015 8:43 pm

Sapphire listened as music grew louder, her grey eyes searching the place to figure out where it was coming from. She let her eyes fall onto the dance floor as people moved back and forth. Some were just dancing, enjoying their time while others were searching for helpless prey to seduce and bring home. Her grey eyes went back to the one she held company with. She smiled weakly but she honestly wasn't all there, she was far away in a land of her own. She bounced her knee up and down with the rhythm of the music. She let her head fall against her hand that was propped up by her elbow on the bar-top. If it weren't for the fact that she was shy, she would jump up and start singing to the songs that played. She played with her as she listened to the young lady before her speak. Haedyn? Pretty. She wanted to say so but instead thought it as she asked a question that she was unsure of how to answer. She took a deep breath, closed her grey eyes tightly and listened to the silent breathing that they both held. She opened her eyes and waved a hand at the files she had been working on. "Not often, usually I am drowned in business and work to be done." She grew silent only for a few seconds before adding a few more words. "This is my first time out to a bar that does not require work to be done." She nodded slowly, feeling somewhat ashamed for the way she looked and how it was so obvious she wasn't prepared for a night out. She took a sip of the wine once more, her glass nearly empty as she watched the fellow inu think hard about something. She twisted her head as something brushed against her arm, a male human was reaching across her to grab the beer he had ordered. He smiled at her but she ignored him until he left the two women in silence once more. She shook her head and laughed at how foolish the man had seemed to be. She went back to sipping her wine, listening for the female to respond to her.

Her grey eyes snapped to Haedyn as she excused herself and wandered around the bar to gather her things. She returned in mere minutes and settled down to open her bag and pulls out a phone and a tube of lipstick. Sapphire watched with curious grey eyes falling upon the angel named Haedyn. This woman made Sapphire feel good about herself and yet made her want to taste the wild side of life. “I think,” The woman spoke unto her, Sapphire's ears twitching as she listened and leaned forward slightly to catch every single word that she would say. She caught glimpse of the inu's eyes and she smiled, they seemed to just shine like stars when the light danced across her face. With that finished, she took out something that would smooth her face some more and all Sapphire could do was smile weakly and nod. “…That you need to dance.” These words took her by surprise and she shook her head slowly as the small powder clapped shut. She's serious? She questioned it in her mind quickly but had no time to react as the inu asked what she thought. "Lovely, you look lovely." She answered only to have an answer of something she didn't quite expect. She looked down upon her work clothes, frowning slightly at the fact that Haedyn was right. It just wouldn't do. It was all work and no play. And I thought I could escape dancing... She shook her head as the inu pulled out a black dress for her. She smiled weakly once more, an almost ashamed look crossing her face as she accepted the dress and nodded to the last thing Haedyn said. Sapphire was quickly ushered to the bathroom in order to change, and without a single word, she obeyed. Her long, slender legs carried her from her seat to the bathroom. She threw a glance over her shoulder and then down at her bare feet. She smiled and shook her head as she pushed her way into the bathroom. She scrambled into the first stall as a few women gave her a disproving look.

She pulled her clothes off and slowly squirmed into the black dress. Her eyes searched the dress and she frowned, it was beautiful and fit her perfectly. She folded her other clothing in a proper manner before stepping from the stall and glancing in the mirror. She tilted her head, her brunette locks falling across her face as she washed her hands and took the neatly folded clothing in her arms. She ignored the females in the bathroom and stepped into the light of the bar. She walked over to Haedyn, setting her clothing on her seat as she was practically ordered to do a little spin in order to show off the dress. She turned slowly, blushing as a few men gave out a whistle and then made their way to the dance floor. Her grey eyes stared at the beautiful woman before her as hands went up to her own hair and worked their way into tousling the brunette locks. The minute that was done with Haedyn already had a deep scarlet lipstick out and was pressing it against her lips. Once that finished, she pressed her lips together and rubbed them in an attempt to make the lipstick look better. When Sapphire was finished, Haedyn pulled out her phone and showed her the beautiful mess that had just been made. Her hair was tousled and yet it looked sexy for something she had never even thought of trying. The crimson lipstick made her lips look like a candy that begged to be eaten. The hair and lips together made her grey eyes stand out like stars. Sapphire looked up at Haedyn as she spoke, a smile crossing her lips as she finally relaxed. Before she could say anything, Haedyn gathered up their stuff and disappeared into the back room. "Wow..." She whispered and slowly looked down to her bare feet. She reached out and grabbed the heels that were lying on the ground, pulling them onto her feet and making sure they were on correctly. She flicked a hand through her hair and waited for the return of Miss Haedyn.

She twisted her head to see a man walk into the bar, heading directly towards her with a smile upon his face. "Hello Miss, can I buy ya a drink?" She shook her head with a weak smile. "No thank you, I am waiting on someone." She nodded politely and turned her head towards the back room, ignoring the man as he sighed and walked away from her. She threw a glance over her shoulder at him, noticing that he was instantly mingling with other women. She shook her head in displeasure to him and then turned quickly as a voice startled her. Her grey eyes fell upon the inu that linked arms with her and faced her towards the dance floor. “Are you ready to grace the dance floor with our sexiness? If you want to do this, that is. I’m not going to push you, but I think you may need it.” Sapphire took a deep breath and looked over at the graceful lady. She let her grey eyes dance back and forth between her and the dance floor, taking notice of the men that waved for Haedyn to join them. Sapphire tilted her head at Haedyn, letting out a gentle laugh and gripping Haedyn's hand tightly with her own. "Are you sure they can handle our sexiness?" She smiled and started to walk forward, glancing at the inu with a grin upon her face. "I sure hope they can, cause... ready or not, the sexy women are coming out!" She laughed and shook her head, letting her hair go wild as she did so. Excitement rushed over her and she felt goosebumps go across her arms. How exciting this will be! She thought to herself as they would move forward.
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PostSubject: Re: I'll Drink To That {Haedyn/Open}   Mon Feb 02, 2015 10:39 pm

(OOC: Sorry it's shorter than usual.. I'm very tired and was while I was writing this.)

Lips glossed, hair fluffed, and eyes looking devilish is how Haedyn presented herself to the dance floor. Her hand was immediately taken and the back of it kissed by a human who visited often. Eight hands could not count how many times she’d served him exactly what he wanted and then some, giving him alcohol in trade for a generous amount of tips. She wasn’t even sure that bartenders were to have tips, but she took them graciously. The inu wasn’t even sure of the human’s name, but that was the very point of the matter at hand. Names weren’t needed in the quiet, automatic agreement to dance and be danced with. It seemed the minute a person stepped foot in a place such as this, they were signing an automatic contract to lose their identities for a night. They became money, bodies, nameless faces that belonged to no one until they left once again. She span no-name away and into a busty girl’s arms and was very sure he didn’t mind when he got a glance at her chest. Haedyn’s gaze lingered on said girl a little to long, her nose filling with the scent of too much perfume. Was it possible to get high from inhaling perfume? If so, Haedyn could certainly see why women chose to smell like a flower factory. During this time the alchemist’s arm never left its link with Sapphire’s. Truth be told she was very untrusting of the human bodies they gyrated around her, especially the overly touchy ones. Her lip curled with disgust before she led her companion over to her normal group. The inu unfortunately couldn’t provide their names either, they’d called her earlier simply by knowing the name placed on he tag she usually wore. They were the drunks, the bottom-feeders, and the ones that had found enough comfort with each other to be happy with it. Besides the perviously stated, Haedyn found them to be rather decent people who somehow had gotten lost in Wonderland and ended up on her island of misfit toys. She had a somewhat caring fondness over them and her nights on the floor with them. Because of this she brought Sapphire over and turned, smiling mischievously and giving the brunette’s locks another fluff before giving her a gentle push into the crowd of dancing bodies. With ease she plucked a lone dancer and ran her hands over his chest, prodding a smirk from him as they began a dance to a beat that rattled the floor.

Throughout the mesh of bodies and movement, Haedyn remained close to Sapphire throughout the time. Maybe she felt nice that night, or maybe it was because her companion was an inu. Either way, Haedyn didn’t feel like randomly shoving the poor thing into the abyss to come stumbling back out after. The alchemist’s encouragement for fun was more genuine than the others she’d served along the way. Every once in a while she’d get bored of a dancing partner and nudge him into someone else’s arms before she took another, but her eyes always glanced to check on her fellow inu. Eventually Haedyn ditched her partners altogether and danced over to Sapphire’s direction. Gently she tugged on a strand of the woman’s hair and smiled, beginning a dance among the mesh and hard-press of people around them. She danced with Sapphire like they were one in the group to shoo away unwanted eyes. Though she wasn’t sure if Sapphire planned on going home with one of those guys, she kept her guard up all the same. She claimed her fellow inu as her partner and danced with the other woman without a care in the world. In her chest, her heart pulsed to the beat as her arms raised towards the sky. Sweat had dampened her brow and plastered a few locks of her blonde hair to her neck, but she remained elegant nonetheless. Under lavender lights her eye makeup had somewhat smeared, giving her and nearly gothic looked whenever the light caught her face. Her figure was set aglow and was simply one among the masses. No one save her new companion knew she was not human, but she had enough control for it to remain this way. Songs would switch, and she was lost in the music. Haedyn whirled and swung, her entire body becoming the mood of the song itself. Like everyone else she captured what the producer had made the song for. Their heads thrown back in the hazy air as sweat clung to their bodies and they breathed each others’ breaths. The inu hoped the dance would never end and the alcohol would never cease to flow, but she knew it would. Tonight she would not be getting drunk; she was okay with that. Haedyn didn’t crave a drink even when the minutes turned to hours and could have become days if she hadn’t glanced at the clock. Two more hours and she’d be among the masses being shooed from the little paradise in the form of a small building. Haedyn maneuvered her way towards Sapphire and told her so, practically having to yell into her ear. “They’ll be closing up soon! I’m thinking we dance until they close and, if you don’t mind accompanying me in a late-night pamper session, we can head straight for my various amounts of skin products. Maybe share a beer or two?”
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PostSubject: Re: I'll Drink To That {Haedyn/Open}   Mon Mar 02, 2015 2:25 pm

I am very sorry for my inactivity and not being able to make replies sooner. Do you wish to continue this or just say they parted ways? I will be more active... but with the new time skip coming, what do you want to do?
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