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located in Airdalen Highschool, a part of Love School Drama, one of the many universes on RPG.

Airdalen Highschool



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Character Portrait: Momo Yakamoto Character Portrait: Bishop Trander Character Portrait: Daniel Trist
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Daniel tilted his head a bit at his cousin's (Bishop) reply. Momo wasn't a name familiar to him, he'd never heard the name before to be honest. The boy was excited to meet the girl nonetheless, and replied with "Yes, until then. Have a good time for me Bishop." Daniel laughed a bit at his own joke "Of course, only as good of a time one can have at a funeral. Goodbye, and don't forget to call when the funeral's over." The phone was relieved from it's position against the aristocrat's ear, and the twitch of a finger ended the call.

"So...what's going on?" Cato was always so tentative of Daniel's phone calls.
"We're going somewhere after the funeral is over, probably a restaurant."
The car slowed to a stop as it was parked in the lot of the brunch place. The two males stepped out of the white Lexus, heading for the restaurant.

They were met with the bustle of the busy restaurant after they passed the front door. A shorter girl with black hair, hazel eyes, and a half and half look approached. "Hello, how are you both doing today?"
"Good, thank you. And you?" Daniel said. Cato just nodded with a smile.
"I'm doing good too." the waitress said, grabbing a couple menus. "I'll go ahead and show you both your seats."

The two sat down, scanning the menus. "So, how is it?" Cato asked after a few seconds of silence.
Daniel grinned, "The menu? Or the girl?"
"C'mon, you know which one I'm talking about." A smile crept onto Cato's face.
The aristocrat sat, as if deep in thought. "That's not helping me know which one your talking of."
"Aww c'mon." The bodyguard rolled his eyes. "I saw how you perked up when you saw that she was going to be our waitress."

"Oh, my apologies." Daniel replied sarcastically. "It must have slipped my mind that it means you want to marry someone if you smile at them. I do that to everyone anyway." He swatted the air between them, as if to move the subject away. "You're the one who needs to find someone soon anyways."
The boy's bodyguard sighed. "True, but that doesn't mean you're not looking for someone either."
"Isn't everyone? But I'm not the one who has to do the looking."
"Psh, sorry. I must have forgotten about all those gold diggers swarming you."
"You're just jealous. The only places you get to experience anything close to that are at the gym and the beach. And that's only sometimes."

"So...have you two decided something yet?" The males were so immersed in their conversation that they hadn't realized the waitress had been waiting for some time now. Daniel scrambled a bit, flipping open the menu.
"Uh...yeah, I'll have this." He didn't have any idea what he had just pointed to, and the name of the dish didn't ring any bells. Cato followed Daniel's example, except for taking the time to read the description of the dish before affirming his choice.

"Okay, I'll be right back with your choices." With that, the waitress walked off.