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24 February 2012, 11:29 PM   #136
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It wasn't much too long until the 'female' was out of 'her' way from the room, having slipped on some sort of awkward note, at least in Destry's opinion. For a teacher and a student, the relationship seemed a bit personal - at least that was just what he was thinking the moment he was spared to do so. This didn't honestly interest him - in fact, nothing about this seemed to manage to do so - but it was the only thing that came to his mind in acceptable position to mull over a bit, no doubt. His attention came back to Dragon as he realized that he, this time, was being teased. He grimaced slightly before once more forcing himself to be comfortable, though he wasn't finding a really good spot now, and almost considered moving to another seat, as if that wasn't weird at all. Knowing that this wasn't so, however, he struck the idea out and only rested an elbow on the arm of his chair, laying his jaw in the palm of his hand as he looked over, pretending to be unbothered by the statement - no matter how embarrassing it actually was. Even if that had actually been a female, he'd still be pretty embarrassed about it, but it was just even worse as it was. This was merely a petty game though, he was rather sure of it. One that consisted of two main players - that being the crossdresser of unknown naming, and the other Dragon himself. Destry honestly wasn't one to play childish games so would've rather stayed out of it, but what is inevitable cannot be evaded. Redundant, no? He sniffled, quirking a brow. "Professor Dragon, I haven't become used to the presence of a crossdresser unlike you - spare me of your judgements upon this. I am most certainly not going to judge or tease you about your -" He took in a breath, pretending to be momentarily speechless with slight illegible gestures of his hands, as if trying to scope the words up," -peculiar taste in 'complications', should I say?" He chewed into his cheek a moment, acting a bit baffled. "I am yet indesicive on whether or not your bonds are covalent or ionic - though I'm readily considering polyatomic. Oh, yes, that's right, I'm not judging." He leaned back, once more unbothered, figuring he'd done himself good by this.

24 February 2012, 11:44 PM   #137
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Dragon listened sipping his cofee waiting till eveything was finished until he decided he could finally chuckle amused beyond all degree ," -peculiar taste in 'complications', should I say?" "I am yet indesicive on whether or not your bonds are covalent or ionic - though I'm readily considering polyatomic. Oh, yes, that's right, I'm not judging." the last part was what he found particularly entertaining. He knew his relationship with channing would seem odd but considering he was not a normal teacher that was all normal, and he could see how and outsider might miss interpret the relationship just to push his buttons, however unfortunatly or fortunatly this was not one of the things that could push his buttons because he knew channing could be a bit odd, he liked skirts....he never did dresses thank heaven but skirts he liked to wear on occassion and dragon supposed that he was used to the odity...having just considered it part of the males excentric personality, of course he knew the boys historey and was not surprised he liked to be femanine on occassion. Dragon snorted at his own thoughts surprised by how logical it seemed to be comfortable with channing, of course they had been in thier rather odd relationship for years now even before the academy it was just natural...plus they were both snakes making the relationship even more normal and accepting of the others odities. "I assure you Proffesor Rapp" he said deciding that if the other male wanted to use the formal crap to make his comments mpore snide, then who was he to change the game. "channing as stunning as he may be is not to my taste two snakes is never a good idea" he mused rather languidly "but your discomfort regarding his dress is perfectly normal, most people find that his peculiar tasts in clothing make them uncomfortable" he added taking another sip of coffee and smirking slightly "and you are perfectly free to judge a normal proffesor would not understand my type of relationship i have with my students....." he trailed off leaving it at a blank intentionaly "and since you are not judging i should inform you that you have nothing to worry about...you are most defintily not his type....he has always wanted an equal and unfortunatly or fortunatly sickly has never provided him enough" he paused as if looking for the word then his smirk seemed to deepen "amusement" he added as he ran a hand though his hair and finished off his cofee and set the mug back down on the small pale blue dish that rested on a near by table, as iof this was all a small nonchalant conversation.
Channing Hawthorn "things are not allways as they seem" Arkian Willow Du Phiblis “Immortality - a fate worse than death.” "The key to immortality is first living a life worth remembering." Zephyre and lethith Cadamine

25 February 2012, 12:06 AM   #138
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With both having the rather much same objectives for all of this jeering, Destry was absolutely well-aware of his aims and knew better to let things that would usually poke his pride get the better of him in regards to this. That was just exactly what was wanted from him after all, and he was just going to have to refuse this from happening. He quirked a brow rather gingerly at the other professor, almost questioning him about his comment. 'A normal professor'? Now, that was absolutely uncalled for and tangibly rude. Once more, he forced himself to refrain from feeling insulted, 'less he wanted to give Dragon the taste of victory: a taste that he just didn't deserve when it came right donw to it. He was a bit surprised but he controlled this well enough so that it wasn't too easy to read on his face now. "Why, Professor Dragon, are you so suddenly hitting below the belt now? However," He played with one of his earrings rather disinterestedly. "I consider this to be a fortunate matter if that was the only means of 'escape'. After all, peculiar tastes just isn't in my forte and I'd absolutely abhor to be suffering amongst it constantly. Oh, but I'm sure you are used to it by now," Destry said rather boldly, looking at the floor like it was the last thing in the room that had any valuable interesting facts upon it. "And sadly, I'm not here to be amusement. I don't know what kind of child service you may be in charge of, but I mean this... ever so-kindly."

25 February 2012, 01:25 PM   #139
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There it was again proffesor dragon although he had to admit the sickly male was holding himself together rather well. Dragon doubted that Destry knew he was in his element and he had no problems with that fact. He listened lazily taking a sipt from the bottle occassionally his eyes alight with entertainment. He waited till the male was done with his last move, formulating the answers in his head even as he knew that the time was ticking and he had things that needed doing, but he knew he had time fore one last move on this chess board before he had to go and meet the board of education. "I am an assassin Destry nothing is off limits in my proffession" he said using a first name instead of the more formal title and his voice became a more sentual hiss because he had seen the quickest way to make the male uncomfortable and decided for his last move of this moment he might as well use it to his advantage. " and its a pity you are so opposed to particular taste and find it so objectable" he mused "And of course you mean eveything you say ever so kindly" he mused his voice sarcastic even as it was sensual "its a pity you are so stuck in your ways your cute" he paused and took a sip "but by no means worth a hassel" he added with a very flirty wink as he rose from his chair and walked to the door leaving the room smoothly and without a backward glance adding insult to injury all he gave was a small wave over his shoulder to jeremy as if he was more important than destry all in all it was rather cruel of him but hell he was just fine with that.
Channing Hawthorn "things are not allways as they seem" Arkian Willow Du Phiblis “Immortality - a fate worse than death.” "The key to immortality is first living a life worth remembering." Zephyre and lethith Cadamine

1 March 2012, 05:30 PM   #140
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About fourteen days had passed since the second disturbance in scheduling, and having noticed this, Destry had been taking full advantage of it for a couple of days, then later figured out that the Dragon wouldn't be coming back. Not to say Destry wasn't pleased by this though! The last note the man had left upon the latest meeting was absolutely ghastly. It had perturbed him for almost three days, though he finally came to the conclusion that his words meant nothing and was of no use to him, so he promptly disregarded them and reverted back to his old ways. So, every twelve o'five became nap time again and he no longer felt worried about getting disrupted from his well-needed sleep. Today was no different considering this. After having cleaned himself up [from blood and chemicals of course] and swallowed his pills, he'd curled up in the most comfortable chair; his favorite so far, in fact! Except, he wasn't laying down this time attempting to take his nap. He just sat there, his thighs pressing into his chest and his chin resting on one of his knees whilst an arm wrapped around his legs. Jeremy walked over, bearing a cup of coffee and handed it to Destry's free hand, only letting go once he knew the other had a good grip on it, which, at his state, took a second. "You look terrible." "Thanks, just what everyone wants to hear..." Destry muttered in a tired voice, almost unable to show any sign of sarcasm in it. He took a sip of the coffee, attempting to be nonchalant about it but his hand slightly trembled. "Sorry about that," Jeremy said while remaining expressionless. "But it's true, perhaps you should just take the day off or something," The youth said matter-of-factly as he stepped away from the black haired male and back to the counter. "You haven't even taken a nap yet; I'm worried," he let the tease slide out. Destry gave an annoyed expression but only sent it to the wall before deciding to join the bantering. "Oh, marry, shut up. I'm perfectly fine. And I can't take a nap, I think I lost a little more blood than usual," He hissed. "Oh, that can't be good. That only furthers my point, Mr. Rapp." "Shut up already. And cut that out, don't you have things you could be doing at the moment rather than arguing with me?" "Sorry, sorry, it's just too easy," But even so, it got quiet and Jeremy had made the conclusion to merely leave him be for now. Clearly he was just a little more cranky than usual.

1 March 2012, 05:56 PM   #141
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This was most upsetting, most upsetting what did he had to do to get coffee in this place because apparently the chinese didnt know what they were doing in those tacky factories. "next time ill buy japenese" he mumbled to himself as he stalked down the hall towards the teachers loung his long black hair in a single french braid and his attire normal as usual..well more usual than slacks. he wore simply black cargo like pants with a "utility" belt of sorts containing a gun a dagger and some other items needed for his job. and his shirt was simply a black underarour shirt nodescript. He walked down the hall giving glares to a few students that looked at him funny, before entering the saftey of the lounge. He saw jeremy behind the counter and knowing the time he glanced at the normal chair and spotted destry. However he really had no desire to play games right now he just wanted his cofee and he wanted it in a simly manner because he needed to be in paris before night fall thier time. he sighed slightly and pulled out his ipad while he waited for cofee reading over the instructions and what not
Channing Hawthorn "things are not allways as they seem" Arkian Willow Du Phiblis “Immortality - a fate worse than death.” "The key to immortality is first living a life worth remembering." Zephyre and lethith Cadamine

1 March 2012, 10:42 PM   #142
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Jeremy had looked over to whom came in and immediately guessed what the man was wanting, since he hadn't bothered to tell him he had to make his assumption. He took a quick note on his expression and figured that no alcohol would be needed today. He almost felt like warning the other male of his advesary having returned today, but resolved that he'd notice in a moment anyways, so just merely went and began to make some coffee. Destry stared at his cup of brown liquid, almost unsurely. Naturally, he wasn't one for coffee, he didn't find it to be good on the body and rarely drank anything but strawberry or vanilla milk, never one to admit it though. Coffee seemed suspicious of causing shortness, and that was the last thing he needed. Still, he'd risk possibility of further growth upon this moment to stay up this time around, preferring it from possibly becoming unconscious for a longer time during sleep than normal. Finding this to be an unamusing relevation, Destry turned his attention elsewhere and promptly located Dragon, much to his abhorrance. He sniffled, feeling the urge to stir up some kind of shit, but didn't feel well enough to do this, so he ended up accidentally staring a moment, almost inquiring the other's existance in the lounge with his sight and expression. This wasn't far off though. A couple of weeks had passed since this last happened and he fondly recalled that it wasn't a very good experience to him, but disregarded this. He brought the cup quietly up to his lips and took a sip, kind of wanting to take more than that but the tremble of his hand forebode an absolutely plausible mess that could show up if he wasn't being careful - and coffee wasn't the most forgiving beverage when being spilled. He looked out fromt the corner's of his eyes towards Dragon, pulling his legs tighter to his body for better comfort. "Why are you back...?" He asked, the slight annoyance in his voice being a bit masked over by his body's disagreement of speaking, but was still audible luckily. Jeremy came from behind the counter, handing Dragon a cup of coffee before smoothly walking away, being aware of a sort of bad atmosphere so didn't really wish to get involved at the time being, letting Destry be a bit stupid for now.

1 March 2012, 11:46 PM   #143
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Dragon gave jeremy a nod before taking a sip of coffee contently and pulling out a magazine. Vogue to be exact the italian edition. He was reading happily and enjoying his coffee in his usual chair when out of the blue destry decided to send him a glare and ask a question. Dragon blinked "drinking coffee" he said matter of fact with a slight shrug taking another sip nonchalantly
Channing Hawthorn "things are not allways as they seem" Arkian Willow Du Phiblis “Immortality - a fate worse than death.” "The key to immortality is first living a life worth remembering." Zephyre and lethith Cadamine

14 March 2012, 09:18 PM   #144
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This couldn't be happening again! He'd been happily free from him for a while now and was only finally getting used to his normal schedule again. Oh, no, of course, once he got comfortable again, here came Dragon back, as casual as can be, as if he belonged in this room at this time. He's basically classless, doesn't he know he can wait a bit until I'm at least gone or does he enjoy this? Destry snarled, scrunching up his nose in disgust by the other's smartass comment, or so reply. Had Destry been feeling a little better, he wouldn't have done too much hesitance to get up and knock the coffee out of the other's hand in anger. But, when he'd slightly moved he could feel a stricture spot on his side that tightened and whined in argument, so he just slumped back, letting out a soft huff of annoyance. "You can go drink your coffee somewhere else, can't you?" Destry growled.

15 March 2012, 12:27 AM   #145
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Dragon took another long sip of coffee looking at his magazine as if he had not even heard the other male "maybe i just enjoy your company" he said smoothly as he turned the page of his magazine. he smiled slightly before taking another sip of coffee he was in a grand ol mood that was of course before the door to the lounge opened once again this time to admit arkian who was coincidentally enough a part time intern for Destry when he had the time and deciding it might be interesting. The red eyes flashed and looked more dull and sober in the general scheme of things. "Dragon i am sorry to bother you" he said in a rather sheepish voice glancing at destry as if he knew he was interfering in sacred time. "but this is a matter of business" he said turning back to dragon calmly his blue hair moving without the aid of his hands or wind. Dragon blinked he really did not want to have anyone getting involved or snooping around. However this clearly was urgent or Arkian would have waited. Carefuly placing his cofee cup on the table. "yes rian?" he asked smoothly his hazel eyes cool and relaxed looking more on the brown side shifted up to look at the alchemist Arkain wanted to squirm however he knew it had to be done "Channing is dead" he stated in a cold hard factual tone. a tone that would change the course of things
Channing Hawthorn "things are not allways as they seem" Arkian Willow Du Phiblis “Immortality - a fate worse than death.” "The key to immortality is first living a life worth remembering." Zephyre and lethith Cadamine

15 March 2012, 12:47 AM   #146
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Somewhat, Destry felt like his dignity was being tried for a moment there, in response to the reply he'd finally received from the other. But before he could even think of a witty scheme from his already dispersing mind, lacking the extra sleep it really needed today, he wasn't quick enough to do this and manage to beat someone coming into the room. he looked over, feeling this sense of foreboding, but immediately ignored this when he noticed it was merely Arkian. He figured this was perfectly fine, considering he had this man on his good side since he helped out, albeit this didn't seem quite so. The blue haired male had glanced over and rather quickly Destry had gotten the message - somehow he was intruding on this conversation. Had it been any other day, he would've been more than happy to walk right on out of the room despite his nap-time being interfered with for this, yet he couldn't do this. He was still regaining from his blood loss and stuck sipping at his own cup of coffee, 'less Jeremy wanted to be kind enough to help him out. Jeremy wasn't even in the room anymore anyways though. So, here he was, sitting there all sickly-like and being forced to overhear anyways. Hmm? Channing? As Destry could faintly recall, that was the guy who had walked right in that last time wearing a skirt? He'd died? Curious but absolutely apathetic to the current situation, he looked at Dragon from the corner of his eyes - sadistically wondering what his reaction would be to this news. Why, yes, Destry felt nothing at all for this. Death was no worry of him when it came to other's. He couldn't even find the room to feel sorry for Dragon.

15 March 2012, 01:15 AM   #147
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Dragon hissed darkly before settling back down and taking a sip of coffee waving the blue haired male into a chair "how much do i owe you" he asked calmly his voice smooth and business like it was clear this was not a meet and greet event. Arkian smirked darkly more then he should have been able to given the lovley lines of his face "Half" he stated smoothly as he fiddled with his earring calmly. Dragon froze he seemed either furious or thought this was impossible "H-hh-h--alf" he managed to get out sputtering slightly. Arkian nodded "yes half is fair you knew he was fragile you knew his background and you demanded him to be made a cobra....i made you the product and now you must pay for it" Arkian stated. Dragon sighed and nodded "it will be in your account by noon tomorro" he said with quick precice words. Arkian smiled "perfect business is done then" he said as he rose and slipped out the door not even glancing back. dragon sighed and took a sip of coffeee
Channing Hawthorn "things are not allways as they seem" Arkian Willow Du Phiblis “Immortality - a fate worse than death.” "The key to immortality is first living a life worth remembering." Zephyre and lethith Cadamine

15 March 2012, 01:26 AM   #148
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Well that was severely lacking climax to it. He decided to keep his crude, disappointed comments to himself, having almost hoped that, by hearing this, Dragon would've been in some sort of fit, be it of anger or sorrow. Any type of suffering would've sufficed at this point. Perhaps the general heat of the exertion would've been enough to drive the man out of the Teacher's Lounge, allowing Destry to have a nap - oh, wait, that was right. He would've already been napping before the other had came in, the other being Dragon, if it hadn't been for the slight threaten of unconsciousness. He kind of slumped back, feeling a little bit like a sore-loser at this point. He would lose eitherway. With this in perfect consideration, perhaps he could further pester the other male in hopes of earning his anger and this possibly causing him to never return back. Feeling quite well of himself, mentally at least, Destry took a very dainty sip of his coffee, obviously about to get nosey, before he would actually speak up. He was leaning back in his chair, one leg resting sound over the other and his blue eyes steady on Dragon. "My, you sound very... sad about the event," he stated rather sarcastically but replaced it with amusement as he continued on. "But you look much more pale by the more recent one - say, how much is it you owe dear Arkain for such a pitiful happening?"

25 March 2012, 07:15 PM    #149
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ooc sorry its short dragon was in deed thinking this would put a dent in his budget, but he supposed he could do it "just as very large sum he said" smoothly talking about more money and jewels than were betted and played in the high stakes poker clubs. In other words he was going to have to change his life style, take more jobs sonce he didn't have channing anymore, and well this was going to be different.
Channing Hawthorn "things are not allways as they seem" Arkian Willow Du Phiblis “Immortality - a fate worse than death.” "The key to immortality is first living a life worth remembering." Zephyre and lethith Cadamine

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