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“That is en-”“Oh,” Eddie blinked with surprise, resenting Beverly’s need to rescue him, “that was you? The sweat on his face was causing some hair to stick to it. It was just the amount of people cramming into the rooms.
“I was wondering why she looked so disappointed this morning.”Richie blinked, and then laughed loudly, and made grabby-hands for Eddie’s waist.
Except, a lion was far too cool an animal to describe Tozier.
Maybe, like, an otter that saw a ...whatever otters eat.
But that would have thrown him 240 calories over for the day, approximately, something Eddie just did not have left in his day.“SO-” A hand slammed into the wall by his head and Eddie couldn’t help it, it was loud and it scared him so he jumped.
“HEARD,” he looked up to see Richie, grinning at Tom, winking at him, before turning his attention back down to Eddie “THERE WAS SOME CRITICISMS,” had Richie heard of an inside voice “OF THE MUSIC?
She, as far as Eddie could tell, was not wearing pants. Eddie assumed his face must have been entirely baffled, because Stan responded to it next. He asked him about his major, which was writing, and also boring.Otters dieting habits aside, Eddie practically jumped back into his conversation with Todd... It was rather embarrassing, because they had been introduced like fifteen times, but he had been dreadfully uninteresting just about every time they had spoken.Eddie almost regretted not accepting a cup of something, because maybe it would spice up the story Ted was telling him about a movie no one had seen but him, probably.when eddie heard the gossip he was relieved, he was overjoyed.he thought they’d kick him out & he would finally get some goddamned peace and quiet on his floor - and more time to rehearse.until, first day of class in january when his teacher walked in with an overzealous expression “class, we have a student who will be joining us this semester for an extra credit opportunity.
Ben’s was in the corner, so Stan didn’t have to look at it. He still had his dance belt on, because he just preferred to whip everything off when he showered before bed. He raised his eyebrows."You know what, forget I said anything," Ben stood up, kicking Eddie's street shoes, a nice pair of boat shoes, in his direction, "let's just go." The party, like a gaping, infectious wound, had spread, and multiple doors in their hall were open. Eddie grabbed Ben’s wrist for support, and ignored his chuckle of amusement.