Leaving his friends behind, the tall male shoved past sweaty teens. His main goal was to get to the kitchen, without any drinks being spilled on him. That would just ruin his night, seeing as he already wasn't in the best mood. He hadn't planned on coming out, but his friends insisted. They always did. Frankly, these wild parties were never Sergio's scene. Once in awhile it was fun, but this often was too much.
With his height, he quickly spotted a cooler. Making his way over to it, he snatched a cup off the counter. Now searching through, he found a single soda. He glanced over his shoulder, making sure his friends weren't able to see him. The last thing he wanted was his friends teasing and pressuring him into drinking. Twisting the lid off the bottle, it hissed. He poured it into his cup. Half glad that the soda was clear. His friends wouldn't suspect a think.
The male had an image to keep up. He was of course the "bad boy" of the school. He couldn't tarnish that reputation he's built for himself.
Tossing the empty bottle onto the counter, he turned back around. Leaning his tall frame against the counter, he peered out into the crowd of dancing teens. The loud music blared, drowning out his thoughts. Bringing the red cup to his lips, he sipped at his soda. His choice in not drinking tonight, only stemmed from the fact that he had to work the next day. He really preferred not having a raging hangover.
Hannah stared into the mirror, regretting her decision. She didn't know why she agreed to go to this stupid party anyway. Partying was more her friends' style, not hers. Being around so many people in such a small space didn't sit right with her. Hannah had a reputation, and not a good one at that. She didn't get along with a lot of people and putting herself in a position where she could possibly be caught unaware wasn't something she'd be looking to do. The only reason she was going, was entirely the fact that she had nothing better to be doing. She generally had plans on most, if not all, nights so it was a surprise when she didn't tonight. Hannah cleared the thoughts from her head before changing, she couldn't be bothered going all out on an outfit so her usual 'grunge'-style look would have to suffice. It's wasn't like there was anyone to impress there.
Hannah was just touching up a little bit of makeup when she heard a car pull up outside. She knew it's be one of her friends', they had all agreed to go together. She got up, grabbing her phone and leaving. Her brothers were home so she wouldn't have to bother locking the door behind her, they'd do it before she went to bed and she had her keys on her anyways. A few of her friends were already a little tipsy, what a shock. They were the type of girls who prided themselves on getting drunk and hooking up with someone new every chance they got, Hannah? Not so much. Again, parties weren't her style much. Quite soon, they were able to hear the music from down the street, cars parked everywhere. It was hell for them to find somewhere to park, but eventually, they did.
Hannah immediatly groaned when she walked inside, there was so many drunk teens everywhere. It was irrating really, gladly, one of her friends' went to go get drinks. Hopefully she'd be able to drink just enough to stop her from causing some sort of fight, which sadly was usually how these things went. Hannah had lots of people who didn't like her, some rightfully so, others not. But nonetheless, she had quite a few issues with a lot of people in these rooms here, which definetely would cause some issues tonight.
Sergio sipped at his soda, not quite ready to head back to his friend group. They were probably huddled around a table smoking, or doing so kind of drug. Another thing, he wasn't interested in participating in. He sighed, finally pushing away from the counter. He managed to finish his drink and tossed the cup into an over flowing trash can. Not bothered by the fact, that it toppled over the mound of garbage and ended up on the floor.
Maybe he could just find a chick to hang out with. He could use her as a distraction from his friends. With a new plan of action he shoved his way through the crowd, stopping to stand in a doorway. He would scope out any hot chicks from her, then make his move. Well mostly likely a girl would approach him, as that was the case most nights.
Leaning against the wall, he crossed his arms over her chest. His biceps bulged with the action. He looked like a mix of bored and pissed off. He was finally both. He watched one girl bump into another, spilling her alcoholic beverage on the other female. He snickered at that. Waiting to see what would happen next.
Hannah and her friends quickly found a few people they recognized from class, they ended up hanging with them. But soon enough, majority of the girls she had came with had gone off with some guy. Hannah chuckled, typical. Although they had the right idea, Hannah didn’t think anyone she’d met so far in here would be worth it. She looked around and watched as one of her friends, Chloe, had a drink spilled on her. Cursing under her breath, Hannah put her drink down on a nearby bench, she’d have to get another one later, no way was she going to risk going back to that one. She weaved her way through the teens, making her way over to where Chloe and the other girl were yelling at each other. Noticing her friends’ short temper flare, Hannah grabbed Chloe’s arm, getting in between the two of them. She had expected a fight, but wasn’t going to let one happen to one of her friends. If a fight was going down, she’d rather be causing it than watch her friends be in it.
“Lets’ all just settle down, okay?”
Hannah glared at the other girl, daring her to say something stupid. Part of her wanted to smack her across the face, but it unfortunately wouldn’t come down to that. Majority of the girls at her school knew not to get on her nerves, Hannah got into fights almost every other week, she had quite a reputation. She didn’t necessarily like it, but it helped get people out of her way. Hannah watched as Chloe twisted out of her grasp, stepping away and walking over to get another drink. Hopefully she’d cool off and Hannah would be able to talk to her about it. Turning back to the other girl, she death glared her, the girl should’ve known better.
Sergio knew he choose a good spot. Except the little altercation he hoped would start a fight, didn't. He watched as another girl stood between the other two. She quickly separated the fight. He was disappointed at the sight. Until, he recognized the girl. Where theres a bad boy of a school theres always a bad girl. What was her name again? Savannah? No, Hannah. He thought to himself as he gazed at her. The girl that was always starting fights with people, she seemed to have many enemies.
Funny how they were similar in that way, except she was a chick and he was a dude. Although, some of the activities he liked to do on his free time, were in fact illegal. They seemed to never cross paths, as their friends groups weren't close to each other. He did know that most the chicks he hooked up with, hated her guts. He didn't really care to find out why though.
Maybe he could mess with her. See just how "bad" she really was. He figured, she was just putting up a facade though. Fighting was easy. What he wanted to know was how far was she willing to go. Bad kids didn't stop at just causing fights, they went much further.
Pushing away from the wall, he shoved past people once more. He stopped next to her, he glance down at her. A sly smirk playing on his handsome features. "Hannah, right?" He asked simply, lowering himself to her ear, so he could be heard over the blaring music. This would be fun.
Hannah let the other girl walk away. She didn’t particularly want to start something with her, Hannah didn’t even know her. If she was going to start something, she’d prefer to at least know her name beforehand. Surely somebody here would know her, Hannah would just have to ask around and see what she comes up with. She’d ask her friends later about it, they’d know something about the girl and where she was from. You see, where somebody was form was important to her, you don’t mess with somebody who you have family/group connections with, that’s just wrong. Her group didn’t get along with many people, which the entire reason she got into so much trouble.
Hannah realised she was lost in her own thoughts when she felt the presence of somebody behind her. She turned and looked up at the guy, she’d seen him around every now and then, but she didn’t know him all that well. Well, personally at least, everybody knew who he was. Hannah had been waiting for the chance they’d speak. They had similarities, but whether that would be a good thing, or just end in another fight, she didn’t know. Hannah looked him over, he was good-looking, no doubt about it. Her only problem was he likely underestimated her, she and her friends got into some real bad things in their free time. There was no way he’d know what he was messing with, or who. Only one way to teach him.
“Yeah. I was wondering when you’d have the balls to finally come up to me. I could see you drooling from all the way over there” Hannah teased, turning to face him. She smiled innocently at him, her eyes twinkling with mischief. Hannah knew pushing him likely wouldn’t do anything, she’d be surprised if he would have the guts to do anything about it.
Sergio let out a deep chuckle, he glanced away for a moment. As if he couldn't believe she was already testing him, pushing at non existent buttons. He wasn't the kind of guy to just go off beacause of a little teasing. He knew that from the outside, he probably looked like a hot-head, asshole, fuck boy, and all of the above. He was actually pretty easy going, it would take a lot to get him pissed off. Anyone outside of his friend group, of course didn't know that. He honestly, didn't doubt that Hannah had much more altercations under her belt than him. He was never the instigator.
He raised a brow at her, before smiling. His dimples making an appearance. He tilted his head slightly, and laid his hand over his chest and heart. Feigning heartfelt, "Aw, you were waiting for me. I feel honored." He smirked, as he teased her back. Teasing was child's play to him. That was half the conversations he had with his friends. Just tossing insults back at each other, like their life depended on it. Of course, it was all in good fun.
Without a doubt, she was attractive. Funny how she really could pack a punch in that petite frame of hers. Maybe he could see her in action, one day. He shoved his hands into, his jean pockets. "Say you haven't been here very long. Already starting shit, I see." He clicked his tongue at her, as if he were scolding a small child. She was however, much shorter than him. He saw no difference. He actually had know idea how long she'd been there for, he was taking a guest in the dark.
Hannah grinned, this was going to be fun. She had a natural ability to push people past their breaking points, and she had never shied away from using it to her advantage. This guy had no idea what she was capable of and that made her curious. Whatever happened tonight, she’d make sure it was worth it, one way or another. Hannah wasn’t a girl who got around much, but she had her fair share of hook-ups, but it was a shame, most the guys at her school either had girlfriends/friends who despised her, with good reason of course or weren’t up to scratch. She was picky, she bided her time and knew what worked, she wasn’t desperate. Her ego was too big for her to be desperate, she knew she could get what she wanted, and she did. It wasn’t hard for her.
“Don’t flatter yourself, not for one moment did I think you’d actually do it” Hannah told him, a smirk on her face.
Hannah chuckled at his comment. She knew she had his attention, it was a gift. She looked down, before stepping closer to him, tilting her head up towards him. He was too tall for this, but it didn’t matter. Despite the fact he physically intimidated her, his reputation didn’t scare her one bit. “Watching me, are you? My my, you seem to be quite the talker, but can you really do anything about it?”