Oscar did not enjoy telling a fib to his parents, even if it was just a white lie. He also didn't enjoy making his way through the streets. Oscar spotted abandoned coffee cups, cigarettes, plastic bags... he had to restrain himself from taking the time to clean it all up. He'd never make it on time if he stopped to pick up trash. It was everywhere..
As Oscar approached the shop, he stopped to inspect it. Oscar never considered himself a geek; he didn't have a problem with video games, comic books or anything else associated. But it was never something that he had tried. His parents found it especially strange that he would hang out in such a place, but they were happy he was hanging out with friends. Oscar often was too busy doing something else to hang out with people his age. With a shrug he entered the shop. Maybe he'd like learning more about what 'geeks' are into; he always had an open mind.
Oscar stepped into the shop. The bell made a pleasant sounding ring as he stepped inside. He carefully closed the door behind himself, then turned to see what was in the shop. Many varieties of Comic Books, trading cards and other knick-knacks were placed around the store.
"Hello?" Oscar called, not completely sure that he was at the right spot. There was something about the curtains that caught his attention. Oscar glanced over the room quickly once more to assure himself that there was no one around before he made his way to the beaded curtains. It probably led to some dingy alleyway, but maybe..