Darren paced his apartment anxiously. Felicity would be here any second, and he couldn’t understand why he was so nervous. Sure, getting your twin’s approval on a significant other was always nerve wracking, but this was Felicity he was talking about. She may throw her temper tantrums every so often, but deep down she would always be his twin, and she would support him.
Then again, dating a girl who controlled water, while having a sister who liked to play with fire might not have been the best plan on his part. Darren ran his hands over his face, unsure of how to breach the subject. Had she ever met Ellie before? Would she want to? Did it matter?
Of course not. He and Ellie would stay together no matter what Felicity had to say about them. Probably. Hopefully. He didn’t know. With a huff, Darren sat down on a kitchen chair and stared at the floor. His nerves were pointless, he tried to convince himself. Everything would be fine.
Everything would be fine.
That was the only emotion Felicity Woodridge could detect from her brother’s voice when he had called her at work, requesting her presence in his home. She almost wished that they had been blessed with twin telepathy, so she could understand the urgency of what Darren wanted to discuss. His tone didn’t indicate particularly bad news, but her curiosity plagued her during the entire walk to his apartment. She desperately hoped it wasn’t anymore news about their father- she was too tired to handle anymore bursts of flame-fueled anger.
Regardless, she didn’t know why Darren would be so nervous about talking to her. He had always been the only one who treated her without hesitation or fright. Felicity figured his news must be important- which only made her nervous and all the more curious.
Felicity arrived at his apartment building and climbed the stairs to his place- wanting to avoid any potentially upsetting news. Before knocking on his door, she cleared her throat, and proceeded to wait for Darren to answer.
Of course! Oh man, but we both know my high school years weren’t much better.
Oh hush. Your adolescence was a dream compared to mine. At least you didn’t get in the kind of trouble I did.
it’s some weird prompt thingie. I like did a AU response to it cause I was confused. I can find it and send you the link if you want to see what i wrote haha but yES let’s start another one.
oh okay. yes yes i would like to see it actually.
and yes! do you have any ideas for plotlines??
yOUR BACK YAY and um… lots of things. lol to fill you in on my peeps, Darren’s published now, and the company wants him to write a sequel and he doesn’t want to, and now he’s dating Ellie. AND casimir still wants to eat joey the end. haha
:D!!! okay cool. i don’t know if you still wanna continue our para (i’m not sure if you’ve replied to my last one) since it was so long ago. i suppose we could start another one maybe??? btw i have an anonymous message in my ask which gave me some sort of prompt about the switching of our powers? is this just like a prompt or a real storyline i’m so confused omg
High school days. Yikes! >.<
HA. Oh man. Good look for you, sis.
Rebellious teenage years look better with natural hair colors.
OKAY so since I’ve been gone for like a week (which is practically years in RP time) could someone fill me in on what’s been happening with everyone??
ooc: guys i’m really sorry that i’ve been gone and that my absence is gonna have to continue for awhile. i’m grounded and have no idea when i’ll be able to get back but when i return i hope someone can fill me in ;__; and i hope that i can still continue with storylines previously planned/still going right now