The van moved down the bumpy rode, one that had been unused for quite some time. While still paved, it was cracked, various plant life encroaching upon it. Within the van was a man and a younger female, a few years apart, looking similar enough one could guess they were siblings. The man, named Jack and looking to be in his early twenties, smiled. He had short brown hair, a gray shirt with black jacket, and olive pants. He adjusted his glasses, which covered blue eyes. "Sorry that we have to live all the way out in the woods, sis. It.....was the only place I could cheap enough, yet within a reasonable amount of time." He admitted, sighing. Until recently, he was living by himself. It wasn't the best of neighborhoods, to say the least, but he wasn't too worried. However....a few months ago, there was an accident, and suddenly the two were parentless. So, being a good big brother (well, in his opinion, anyways) he took his younger sister in. And decided within seconds to move, for her safety. For an adult man, the neighborhood was serviceable enough, but for a teenage girl? No way.
But.....the only house he could find cheap enough that he could get within a good amount of time, was out in the woods, a bit away from town. There would be worst places, but in his guts, he had a bad feeling. He tried to ignore it, however. He had other things to focus on, like taking care of his sister. They hadn't seen each other for a while, and they were a bit out of touch. "So, how about, when we get there, we wait a while before unpacking, and catch up?" He asked her, smiling. He wanted them both to get along, and when she was old enough to leave, have her leave on good terms. She was....probably mad at him for dragging her away from all her friends, but he couldn't move back to where their parents lived, even if he wanted to. "Oh, hey, and the school you'll be going to is out for a while, so you'll get some time to get used to the new place! And, I can show you around town! That'll be fun, right?" He asked, trying to make some sort of conversation. This was quite awkward, to say the least! But, he was determined to make it work. He had left on less than stellar terms with his parents, but he owed them enough to make sure his sister entered adulthood properly.
Not to far away, the house they were moving into stood. Old and worn down, it had seen better days. Inside was not too different, dust coating what few furniture there was. The walls creaked, and winds blew through the house vis a number of holes. But, oddly, all this paled in comparison to.....something else in the house. It was hard to tell what it was, but wherever one went in the house, there was a constant feeling of there being something else. Hiding in the shadows. It was the reason the house had gone for so cheap. Whoever lived in it, just couldn't handle the constant feeling of there being something wrong. But, nobody had ever been hurt, luckily. At least.....nobody anybody knew lived in the house was hurt. But, for how empty the house appeared to be, when the van pulled up, something inside stirred......
Ty-short for Tyler, thanks to a mix up of information at birth- leaned her head against the window of the van she was in. Her blue eyes, similar to her older brother's opened and stared out the window. She pushed a few strands of hair from her face and sighed lightly. It had been a few weeks after she lost her parents. She had stopped grieving and finally came to terms with it- or she could've just been bottling up the emotion itself.
Ty held a blank stare as the eerie neighborhood passed by.
From the few weeks, everything changed. First her parents were gone, and now someone she barely knew- even if they had once been inseparable as kids- was taking her to a new home. A new home, away from her friends, away from- everything. Jack tried making small talk, but he seemed as nervous as she was speaking. Ty raised her head and looked at him. "You know...you seem to be trying way too hard to make small talk." Ty held a blank stare and then rested her head back on the window. "Tell me something..." She spoke after a few moments. "Why did you take me in? I could've stayed with our aunt or someone. I haven't seen you in over three years...so why now?" She sat up, but continued looking out the window. It seemed better to clear the air now, rather than the two ignoring each other while thy lived together.
Ty looked up at the approaching house, raising an eyebrow. "This place looks old." She shrugged and adjusted her blue hoodie and readied to get out the van and grab her bags.
Thank you Lillian!
Originally Posted by AkiBlue
So I was looking through my deck of cards and realized:
The king of hearts is the only king without a moustache.
Originally Posted by Elendra
Is this even the same person as the OP? This one doesn't seem pants on head retarded.
Originally Posted by Kagamine
S/he seems to be a fast learner. o3o
Originally Posted by AkiBlue
I could be insane for all I know....
But why would I be on RpG...?
Maybe it's like some form of a dose of medicine and to get away from the real world...?
Originally Posted by PsychoMantis
*hand on shoulder* It had to be done, we still love you no matter how much we hate you.
Originally Posted by Jorick (old post)
Lurk for a while. Read threads, see how people interact here. It's simple.
Learn how things work THEN see if you want to be a part of it. If not, gtfo and never look back. If so, then you'll know how the fuck to behave here.
Seriously. Just lurk a while to learn and you'll be fine, unless you're an incurable idiot. You seem like you might be fine once you understand how Spam works, but the noobtard (I'm guessing they're a friend of yours) probably won't be.
Originally Posted by Jivusa
Originally Posted by Ryuuku Minamoto
DON'T QUOTE SENTENCES THAT I DIDN'T SAY! >_>
Welcome to forums in a nutshell.
Stuffing words in your mouth, being random and trolling the fuck out of you since the foundation of te interwebz.