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 Next To You, Chels/Jolly (Jo/Molly)
Jo Miller
Posted: Jul 1 2011, 11:46 PM


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<center><div style="width: 375px; text-align: justify; font-size: 9px; line-height: 90%; font-family: verdana; color:#181818;">Jo should have expected that Molly would have wanted to go to the fair and everything together. It was fine though, Jo wanted to go to. With or without Molly, really. Having her there would make things better, but for once she wasn’t a necessity. Despite the fact that there was so many issues with gay people, even if Jo didn’t know half the problems out there, Jo was actually patriotic. To an extent, anyway. Fuck joining the military and stuff like that; she wasn’t that supportive. That didn’t make her any less of an American though, right? How many other people supported their country without joining the armed forces or being a government worker? Lots of them. <p>

The Fourth of July was the whole Independence Day thing, which always meant a big celebration. Jo was always in town for it, and always went out to celebrate. She wouldn’t want to celebrate anywhere else, either. Just as much as she was an American, she was an Adelphian, and thus she’d celebrate in her home town. Other people wanted to get out of the city, Jo wanted to stay. Maybe not forever, but as it was, she didn’t want to leave. Jo got to see other places enough because of surfing and stuff, it was nice to have a hometown that you knew. Unlike other people, Jo was loyal to her town. Even if it might seem weird. Being loyal to her town had nothing to do with the high school though. Fuck that place. It could burn.<p>

A big part of it was probably the beach. Yes, it was pretty and good for surfing and all that and stuff. It was more to Jo than just that though. Even if they were just little shits when it happened, Jo’d met Molly on the beach. Their first time together, and Jo’s first time period, was on that beach too. It was where she’d taught herself to surf, as well. Plus all the other memories from there. Even if she wouldn’t admit the entire reason, that beach had quite a bit of sentimental value. <p>

Jo had some other people she wanted to hang out with, and enjoyed the thought of it being just her and Molly. Well, there’d be other people there, but they wouldn’t be there to hang out with Jo and Molly. It was almost like a date. Even though it wasn’t. It was just two really good friends who had sex and made out sometimes, one of whom had been spending most of the night so far drinking and smoking and the other probably did not, hanging out. That was it.<p>

Jo didn’t dress fancy for the occasion. She never really did get dressed up; that was Molly’s thing more than hers. She had one of her tank tops that started off white. It was far from it’s original state now, though. First Jo tie-dyed the hell out of it, because that was fun. Then she cut it, and had her mom sew the hem again. It showed off her stomach and everything, along with the weed leaf bellybutton piercing. Just for fun, Jo added a line of studs, like the kind you’d find on a studded belt, all the way around the hem-line. She wore jeans for once, black with rips along the thigh/knee areas. Whether Jo made them on purpose or not, she couldn’t remember. The inner pocket on the front and her back right pocket were covered in studs as well, though a bit darker than the ones on her shirt. Her shoes were Converse, big surprise, but the American flag ones in honour of what day it was. As with everything she wore, the chain attached to her belt loop and to the wallet in her back pocket, keys perpetually jingling from the hook. <p>

Walking to where they decided to meet was boring though, and Jo was farther away than she thought. Along the way, she’d found someones skateboard. It wasn’t as good as hers, and probably not the best idea to ride it, but she stole it and took off anyway. Despite almost busting her ass several times, Jo made it to the fair unharmed. She rode it right until she saw Molly, where she hopped off and let it roll to where ever it’s destiny would take it. Running her fingers through her hair, with a small smile and very red eyes, Jo swaggered, and possibly swayed a little, over to Molly. Whether it was because she was drunk or not, Jo wasn’t really sure, but instead of saying anything she just put her hands on Molly’s neck and kissed her. As she did that, she leaned on Molly as well, not having to worry about losing her balance that way.<p>

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Molly Sanford
Posted: Jul 3 2011, 01:36 PM


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Of course the fair sounded like fun. Why wouldn’t it? There was tons of games and rides and other things going on. There was also the fireworks, but Molly hadn’t mentioned those to Jo when she brought up the fair. Fireworks seemed to somehow be related to couples, or at least they were in Molly’s mind. When she thought of them, she always thought of two people all snuggled up to each other watching them, and possibly making out during them. While that sounded like it would be pretty great, her and Jo weren’t a couple and she didn’t want Jo thinking that she thought they were. Just going to the fair didn’t convey that image though. Friends went to places like that all the time together. She and Jo had gone before together, and from what she knew Jo had never questioned anything so it seemed perfectly fine.<p>

Besides, Molly figured it would end up being like scary movie nights. She could get Jo to go on some of the rides with her, and cling to her or ask her to hold her hand or something. That could be seen as couple-y, sure, but it made just as much sense to be scared and want some comfort. Not to mention it just sounded fun. Molly normally ate mostly healthy stuff, except for a few times now and then when she would eat things that were absolutely terrible for her. The fair was one of those times, only it wasn’t random like the others. Every year, she had to go around and buy whatever sounded good, and eat until she felt like she was going to be sick. Then, she would start buying stuff to take home for the next day.<p>

Knowing the fair was coming up, Molly had saved her money for the last few weeks. She avoided shopping as much as possible, since she knew going to the fair could get pretty costly. She didn’t want to run out of money while she was there. It wasn’t too shocking that she actually bought stuff while there. Normally, she walked through and looked at every vendor and bought something from most of them. After not shopping much for a while, it was only obvious that she would have to do some there.<p>

That was why she had gone to the fair in the morning first. Molly had gone there when it first opened, bought some things, and brought them back home. Chances are she was just going to end up buying more later, but she didn’t want to drag Jo around while she did that. There was better things they could be doing. Before she was able to go back to meet Jo, she had to stop by her parent’s like she had promised. They were having a party, and usually she would be there but she had told them she had plans with Jo. Thankfully, neither of them seemed too hurt about it, especially since she promised to still come by for a while.<p>

Since she hadn’t eaten at her parent’s, because she knew she would end up eating at the fair, she ended up buying some cotton candy on the way to the spot she said she’d meet Jo at. It wasn’t the most filling thing in the world, but it was something. Eating a lot before possibly getting on rides was a bad idea anyways. Throwing up definitely wasn’t attractive and even though she wasn’t really <i>trying</i> to be attractive, if she came off that way it was always a plus.<p>

As soon as Molly saw Jo, it was obvious that she had been having plenty of fun already. She tried her best to not giggle, and ended up grinning until Jo kissed her. It was pretty unexpected, even though she knew what to expect of Jo when she had been drinking. She wrapped her arms around her and kissed her back, meanwhile trying her best not to stumble back when Jo leaned on her. Any onlookers would probably figure they were a couple, which was totally okay with Molly. She pulled away after a few seconds and smiled at her. <b>”Well hello to you too.“</b> She ended up looking at her hair though, which she was still getting used to. Molly ran her hair through it and twirled a bit around her finger before looking it go. It was still hard to believe that it was actually Jo’s real hair and not just a wig. <b>”Want some cotton candy?”</b> she asked her, showing her the half eaten bag she was still holding.

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Jo Miller
Posted: Jul 13 2011, 12:45 AM


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<center><div style="width: 375px; text-align: justify; font-size: 9px; line-height: 90%; font-family: verdana; color:#181818;">Jo had to admit, rides and stuff were fun. The fair was different from the Boardwalk. On top of different rides and games and shit, it wasn’t there whenever they wanted to go. There was a limited window for enjoyment of it, as well. Plus tradition and celebration and all that. She got to get new animals for both Victoria and Molly. Jo rarely kept any for herself. She had a few around her room, of course, but most got given away. Stuffed animals just weren’t her thing. Too childish or girly or something, probably. Jo just didn’t like having too many.<p>

Another good thing about the fair and stuff was Molly spending less. Well, until the night they went, but still. Molly was lucky her parents were still paying for stuff. Jo was sure there was no way Molly would be able to survive on her own, as it is. She spent too much money on stupid shit, most of the time. Jo couldn’t not admit that most the clothes and stuff that Molly bought did look good on her, but that didn’t mean she needed them. It wasn’t her place to say anything though, and it worked for Molly so why should she? Jo just had a different thought process when it came to money, is all.<p>

The only thing Jo spent a lot of money on was weed, but that was allowed. Besides, it went to good use. A good few people had probably been spared getting assaulted simply because Jo was too high to care about that they said or did. Okay, being high wasn’t always enough to stop it, but it helped. Getting in a fight while stoned sucked though, and was always sobering. Jo didn’t like that. Another reason she actually avoided fighting, sometimes. Not getting pissed off at people wasn’t an easy thing. <p>
Whether or not they’d look like a couple didn’t matter right now. Normally, Jo’d second guess what she was doing and possibly stop, but as it was, she couldn’t care less. People could think what they wanted; fuck them. Jo was going to do what she wanted, even if that meant greeting Molly with a kiss. Molly’s hands felt hot against her skin, which was always weird for her. Jo’s always had a higher body temperature than normal, as far as she could remember, so it didn’t make sense. It wasn’t hot like the sun or something, either. Jo stopped questioning it a long time ago though, and just forced herself not to smile at it. <p>
Without a word, she took some of the cotton candy, looping her other arm around Molly’s neck. It wasn’t a lot though, as even drunk Jo wasn’t going to eat pure sugar. ”Oh, I forgot!” Jo stretched her arms up, leaning back. ”I have news.” News she was actually excited about too, though she’d managed to keep showing that to a minimum. She put her arms back around Molly’s neck. ”Y’know that... umm... competition over in Austria? No... Australia. The hot one. Either way, yeah. The one neither of us could get into? Well...” Jo grinned. Actually grinned, not something induced by anything in her system. ”Guess who they found a spot for?” After that, she forced her grin down to the small smile she normally allowed. Even drunk, Jo didn’t like anything more. <p>

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Molly Sanford
Posted: Jul 13 2011, 05:17 PM


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Her spending habits didn’t really concern her. While her parents weren’t exactly rich, they were definitely well off, to the point where they were able to pay all of Molly’s bills for her. The only thing she really had to worry about was food, and whatever else she might want or need. Even though she knew that this was all going to come to an end soon, and that she would have to figure out how to do everything on her own whether she liked it or not, it wasn’t something she was really thinking about. Despite the fact that next month, she would be totally cut off from her parent’s support Molly hadn’t really cut down on her spending, aside from when she was saving for the fair.<p>

As it was, anyone could tell she was just going to crash and burn once her parents stop paying for her apartment and other bills. She would end up being in a crazy amount of debt, and probably end up living back home with her parents after losing her apartment. That was, of course, if her parents would let her come back. Maybe they would just say she needed to learn her lesson and figure out a way to get back on her feet.<p>

It wasn’t something that Molly liked thinking about, obviously. She didn’t want to think about suddenly worrying about how much money she was spending, or possibly living on the streets. All that she wanted to think about was shopping, surfing, and Jo. There was other things she thought about too, but none of them were really as fun or important to her. If she was going to end up losing everything soon, she might as well live it up while she had everything she currently had, right? That was exactly what her plan was.<p>

Jo’s behavior was a little shocking, but it was far from unwelcome. Even if she would have been completely content with kissing her for the rest of the night, she felt a little bad about it, considering Jo had obviously been drinking. Normally, Jo wouldn’t do such a thing and she probably shouldn’t take advantage of the fact that she was willing to at the moment. Besides, they could make out anywhere, anytime. While they were at the fair, they should be doing things that they could only do there.<p>

When Jo leaned back, Molly squeezed her more tightly, hoping that it would keep her from falling. It would either do that, or pull her right down with her. Molly didn’t really loosen her hold on Jo after she put her arms around her neck, just in case she did something that might lead to her falling. She nodded at the mention of the competition, and grinned back at Jo, though she wasn’t even sure what she was grinning about yet. Jo’s excitement was pretty infectious, especially when she never really saw it to that extent. <b>”You?”</b> she asked her, though she figured it was pretty obvious. Molly reached up and attempted to pull Jo’s mouth back into the grin again, but gave up after a second and hugged her instead. <b>”That’s great! I’m so proud of you. You’re going to do awesome.”</b>

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