Hardly. [Natasha’s got a smirk to match Felicia’s now and she bites down on her bottom lip gently to keep it from growing] It’s just that when you’ve been around the game as long as I have, you start to wonder if maybe everybody wants something from you. Nine times out of ten, it turns out that that’s true. But then you come across that one exception to the rule. [Her eyes meet the blonde’s] It can be hard to wrap your head around. [A waitress makes her way over with a tray and sets their orders down on the table. Natasha offers her a ‘thanks’ then presses her palm against the side of her cup to warm her hand] Looks good.
[Felicia’s smirk takes on a more mischievous turn and she glances down for a moment as she reaches for her own latte, perfectly manicured nails trailing along the edge of her cup] I like being the exception to things.
[She looks back up and there’s something in her expression that is almost always reserved for people she has an..interest in. She takes her cup in both hands and inhales the scent happily] Just wait til you try it, Natasha. [she shoots a small grin in her direction and takes a careful sip from her cup and makes a pleased sound in the back of her throat] I don’t come here that often. I’d probably eat my weight in cake if I did, but it always feels like a treat when I do.
I can’t even think about being here that long. Makes my skin crawl. [There’s a slight twitch in his left eye as he thinks about it] I mean, that’s [breathes, counting on his fingers] like three more months? [Coughs a bit] Yeah, no. [He leans to whisper] There’s no pizza. Or, like, cheese anything. And the toilet’s small. It’s so, so small. I’m still not sure how Ben manages to… [Johnny shudders and sits back again] I’m thinking mid-May at the latest. Maybe tomorrow. Tomorrow would be good.
Mid-May [she repeats after him and nods. She could deal with that, April was already almost over after all. She laughs and crinkles her nose, not exactly wanting to think about Ben using the bathroom herself. Lovelace chooses then to leave, allowing her to lean forward as well.] Ha, I wish. I’ll buy you four cheese pizzas if you do. We’ll eat and catch up on all the Kardashians we missed, and then you can take me out to the fanciest restaurant in the city if you don’t fall into a food coma.
I want to wear dresses, what is with this 50 degree weather.