Arcade, Popcorn, and Avoidance [ open ] Feb 9, 2017 13:07:18 GMT
Post by Aries King on Feb 9, 2017 13:07:18 GMT
media.tumblr.com/69d9c1867fcd227fbd825fd3509b4a7a/tumblr_inline_mjv4yb6Bpd1qz4rgp.pngAries couldn't really appreciate the people working behind the counter. He had never really worked a day in his life. Okay, so that wasn't true. He just hadn't worked retail. He worked plenty for his father, doing exactly what he was meant to do in order to polish up and be a good leader someday. His familial obligations were worse then anyone ever realized. So many people saw him as just a punk kid with no responsibility. It certainly showed how much they knew (not at all).
He bought his popcorn and sat in the arcade. There were a bunch of different games. Right now he was seated in one of the racing chairs but wasn't really playing the game. Instead, he was enjoying his popcorn and watching the advertisement go across the screen, noting high scores (one of which was his). He wasn't on the top yet, but he intended to get there someday. He often came to the movie theater to play in the arcade when he was trying to get away. The staff never bothered him because he paid a lot of money into those machines. Sometimes he watched movies when he got bored.
He was wearing a pair of ripped up black jeans under a black tank top. It was simple for him. His leather coat, passed down from his father, was just laying behind him in the seat. He had a cigarette resting behind his ear, unsmoked, and metal rings on his fingers. Other then that, he just looked like another teenage kid. There was a lot going on at home. His grandfather was in town, which meant that his father was in a rather serious mood. This meant that he would be expected to be on his best behavior. Though Aries adored his grandfather, he also hated how his father behaved when he was around. So, avoidance was his game for the day.