So I went to Griffon's parent/teacher conference. Two down and one to go. Rowan's is tomorrow. Should be fun. :)
Also, if you go to see a movie, I highly suggest you do NOT go to see Beowulf. It's just that bad.
Yes, it's that bad. Ugh!
You wanna see a goof Beowulf? Rent the 2005 Beowulf and Grendel with Gerard Butler. That's a good one.
Title: The Hitcher
Chapter: Chapter 2
Pairing: Brian/Justin; some mild, not really there Justin/Ethan - in fact, they don't have sex...at all.
Rating: S for stupid
Summary: You've seen the movie. Come on. You haven't? Okay. Justin picks up more than he can handle (and I don't mean a raging case of herpes) when he picks up a hitchhiker. Chaos ensues.
Disclaimer: This is so not true. I've seen the hot sauce around though.
"Do you wonder why someone would market a hot sauce with a boy chili pepper and a girl chili pepper on it?"
"Put the hot sauce down Ethan," Justin said as he bit nervously at his lip.
"Seriously," Ethan said as he continued to ponder over the small bottle. "Why a boy and a girl chili pepper? I mean, it's rather homophobic, doncha think?"
Justin took the bottle out of Ethan's hand and looked at the offending ad. It had a picture of a male chili pepper in a sombrero and a mustache trying to make time with a smaller chili pepper with large, fluttering eyelashes and lips that rivaled that of Angelina Jolie's. "I dunno. I think it's cute. Doesn't make me wanna put hot sauce on my eggs, but I don't think it's offensive, let alone homophobic," Justin chuckled, letting out a bit of nervous tension.
"Well I for one don't like it. If I were the kind of guy who would put hot sauce on my eggs, I wouldn't now."
Justin slammed the bottle on the table. "You know, I could really give a rat's ass about the fucking breeder chili couple on the bottle, when not too long ago I left some guy stranded on the road!" Justin breathed in heavily while thumping his head against the wall of the small diner.
"Justin!" Ethan exclaimed incredulously. "You wanted to give that guy a ride...some stranger...who knows what kind of guy he could've been?!?"
"He was standing in the middle of the road. He looked like he broke down...was having car trouble...then we left him there...after I might add, almost running him over," Justin said excitedly.
"Exactly...what the fuck was he doing in the middle of the road?!" Ethan exclaimed. "Creepy if you ask me," he added while mumbling.
"I don't know," Justin said while shaking his head. "I feel responsible..."
"For what?!?! You weren't responsible for his car breaking down...I might like to add that you in fact, did not run him over...didn't even touch him..."
"Yeah, but did you see the way he was coming over toward the car? He looked like he really needed help. And then we just drove away!" Justin finished anxiously.
"Well, we didn't exactly just drive away. Your car, your fucking alpha car, decided to stall on us. He was almost to the fucking door. Lucky you got it started in time."
"Yeah," Justin interrupted, "so I could haul outta there in front of the guy. That was so lame. He coulda been in trouble."
"Justin," Ethan sighed. "Just let it drop. You did the right thing. Seriously, who stands in the middle of the fucking road in the middle of the night?"
"Someone who really needed help?" Justin countered.
"You're hopeless," Ethan laughed. "Come on." Ethan rose from his chair while throwing money on the table. "That should cover the bill and tip."
As the duo made their way out the door, Ethan looked over at the lone employee in the diner. "Next time I come in, I wanna see two male chili peppers on the bottles."
"Fuck you asshole!" the kid yelled while holding up a one-finger salute.
"Yeah, you wish!" Ethan yelled back.
Justin stopped to look incredulously at Ethan and laughed. "Ethan! Of all the causes you could pick, hot sauce?" Justin shook his head.
"What?!" Ethan said and laughed with Justin.
"You guys heading the same way I am?"
Both boys turned as one to the voice behind them.