I don't really have an idea, just need to collaborate / RP with someone. Few things : No nonfiction, no historical, never really tried scifi, nor action. Up for anything ...
Are you up for romance..?
[I've done a few romances ... I think I could handle another romance. :) ]
Okay then! :) First, before I forget [because I tend to forget this part... ] Guy or girl?
[Girl. I suck at playing guys. We can just jump into the story or do you want t create skellies?]
Lol, okay then. Either way is fine with me; skellies aren't toally necessary.
Salia sat on a bench reading the newest mystery novel out right now. 'I wonder what it would be like to be a detective in one if these novels.' She thought to herself. She's always been a reader. She started very young so whenever someone sees her, she always has a book in her hands.
Jasper watched the leaves on the trees flutter as a breeze moved through them, walking along through the park. It wasn't the biggest park ever, or the prettiest, but it was something. Sighing, he glanced around at the few people that were around; some walking, others riding bikes, one girl reading.
Salia finished reading the last page of the novel and sighed as she closed the book. "Really, you'd think they'd learn how to write a novel that doesn't take less than two and a half hours to read.' She complained to herself. She glanced at her watch before stuffing the book in her bag and getting up to leave. She never pays attention to where she walks, if she did, she would have saw the rock sticking out the ground before she tripped and fell over it.
Did the girl from the bench seriously just trip? Jasper snickered, but rushed over to help her; what if she ended tripping just trying to stand up? He bit back a laugh, but there was still an amused smile as he held a hand out to her. "You okay? Quite a spill you took, there."
She ignored the hand and pushed herself off the ground. "Thanks, but I'm fine." She looked up at the guy to see a bemused smirk on his face. "It's not nice to laugh at someone who fell, I could have really injured myself." She smiled even as she said it but winced as she saw the cut on her arm.
"It's always more amusing when it doesn't happen to yourself," he admitted. But his smile faded quickly as he noticed her arm; so she really did hurt herself. "Bleeding," he murmured softly, taking the girl's arm carefully to examine it worriedly. "It doesn't hurt too bad, does it?"
"Oh please. It's a scratch, it barely hurts." She holds back a gasp as the wind hits her wound. "Alright, it hurts," the wind blows againg and she winced, "a lot."
"Thought so." Sighing, he wiped some of the blood away very carefully with his sleeve. It would leave a stain, yes, but that didn't really matter. "I'm afraid I didn't exactly come here prepared with Band-Aids, so... I can't really help right now," he admitted with an apologetic smile. "But I guess I can offer to bring you to my place? Though it looks like you might need stitches..."
Salisbury winched at the mention of stitches. "I'm going to be honest, I hate needles, hate them with a passion." She sighed and looked at her wound, "But if it's the only way to stop the bleeding why not? Just to warn you, I might get violent when you try to stitch me up." She smiled shyly.
"Yeah, well, I think I'll live," Jasper assured with a faint smirk. Would it be okay, having her at his house..? Hopefully. "Just, you know, try not to trip and die on the way there." He couldn't help but tease her; was she really a clutz, or was that just a one-time thing?
"Gee, thanks." She squinted her eyes almost playfully. "Let me just pray to make sure I don't die while walking." She rolled her eyes. "I don't usually fall....even I do, I never get injured."
"Never, huh?" he said, glancing pointed at her arm. "Of course, you never get hurt." Sighing, he began to lead the way out of the park. "Should I just carry you? To ensure your safety?"
"Never." She said defiantly. "What a hero." She mocked rolling her eyes. "I'm fine." She goes to step back but stumbles a little over her feet.
He caught her arm, raising a skeptical brow. "Yes, I can see you're just fine..." He shook his head with a smirk. "Come on. Let's at least clean up this injury before you get a new one."