Spontaneity. That was his forte. So while he stood with his arms crossed in his girlfriend’s empty room there was no reaction of surprise when she had finally arrived.
“Not surprised to see me, Sunshine?” Jason questioned, a smirk tugging at the corners of his lips.
“Can’t say I am.” Raven responded though happiness seemed to flash past her amethyst eyes at the sight of him.
He crossed the distance between the two, wrapping his arms tightly around his girlfriend’s waist. “You know, I’m really glad you’re in casual wear.” Jason nodded, giving her a once over. “We’re going out.”
The sorceress looked down at her denim shorts, his Iron Maiden shirt, and her ratty old converse. “Where?” She asked, raising a brow at the male.
“It’s a surprise, Angel.” The smirk could be heard in the tone of his voice. His grip on Raven tightened and he pressed the teleportation button on the Red-X belt, the only indication of that being his secret identity on his person.
The rush was all too familiar for Raven and Jason both. It hadn’t been the first time he had whisked her away or come to teleport her out of the tower on a complete whim. Surprised? She couldn’t say she was exactly, but he did have a way to keep her guessing and that was enough to keep her entranced by him. Even if he did have lapses in maturity.
Raven raised an eyebrow, confused as she gazed around their surroundings. Why the hell had he teleported them to a KFC parking lot? Why was his truck parked in this random parking lot equipped with pillows and blankets in the bed? “What are we doing here Jason?”
Jason sat back, a mischievous look on his face as he stared at his girlfriend. “We’re just people watching, Raven.” He said, twirling his phone around in his hand.
The sorceress quirked an eyebrow at her boyfriend, not buying his answer at all, but sat beside him regardless. “Not that I don’t enjoy your company… But why exactly are we people watching? And why here?”
“Why not here?” Jason spoke slowly, the mischief returning to his expression. His finger swiped against the touch screen of his phone, tapping quickly against the screen.
“Hello KFC, how may I help you?”
Mirth danced in his green eyes as the worker’s voice sounded through the speaker. His gaze flashed toward Raven who appeared thoroughly confused by his antics.
“I see you eating that chicken in the back.” He stated seriously, watching the worker’s irritated reaction through the window.
“I apologize sir, but I don’t have time for this. Would you like to put in an order?”
“Oh, right… I’m sorry, I’ll leave you to eating your chicken in the back.” He laid back against the pillows, face straight as he continued to mess with the frustrated worker.
“Sir, I don’t know what you’re looking at but we are a serious business and don’t have time for this. Are you going to order something?”
Jason grinned, watching as Raven even struggled to hold in her laughs at his childish choices. “No, you ate all the chicken. I hope you enjoyed it, bye.” He hung up quickly, bursting into a fit of laughter at the sight of the man in the restaurant looking pleasantly irritated.
“You’re ridiculous, Jason.” Raven taunted, leaning into his side. A smile creeping onto her usually stoic face.
“Yeah, baby, but I’m your ridiculous.” He grinned, leaning in to press a kiss to her lips.