College was an obstacle course for Jay. Each day filled with a new challenge as he kept up his not so decent reputation, whilst somehow managing to scrape his way through each course. But nonetheless, he somehow managed to mingle his way through the college system without getting thrown out, although they had threatened so many times. It didn't bother him. His reputation didn't bother him too much either. Rumors about the tattooed, green eyed boy spread across the campus frequently, some true, others rather questionable. The one thing that did seem to get him through college though, was parties. After a long hot shower, a fitted pair of dark jeans found their way onto the boy, paired with a loose white vest. The tattoos which covered his arms and chest were very much on view, but he didn't care much. A pack of cigarettes were shoved into his one pocket, whilst another bunch of cash found its way into his other pocket. With the friends that he hung out with, this night could go anyway. The excitement and adventure fueled him.
He felt at home at partied like these. The music not only filled the home, but seemed to pump through his veins, giving him an all new boost of energy. After downing the rest of his beer, Jay crushed the red cup in his hands and threw it across the floor to a friend. His friend, Josh, laughed as he kicked the cup back. The two boys entertained themselves for awhile by initiating a bit of a soccer game in the middle of the lounge with the crumpled up cup. Many rumors would describe Jay as spending most parties in different rooms with different girls, or using narcotics in the garden and even getting arrested a couple times. But the boy kicking the cup around and having a good time, seemed somewhat harmless to onlookers. After the mini soccer game got rather boring, Jay's stood up straight and allowed his green eyes to finally scan his surroundings, a soft sigh escaping his lips. It was then when his eyes met hers. He knew her, from where? His eyes quickly darted away as he attempted to remember where the familiar face was from. She had to have been in one of his classes, and that, topped with the fact that she was absolutely beautiful, was enough. Jay's eyes found hers again before a slight smile appeared on his lips and he took a few steps towards her. "I know you right?" his deep voice spoke over the loud music which dominated the room.