Riley laid flat on her stomach across her bed, mindlessly
flipping through a vogue magazine as her best friend aggressively went through
her wardrobe, leaving no shoe un-turned.
“I don’t get it.” Maya mumbles under her breath, “how on
earth is it that you go to the Fashion Institute of Technology and yet your
closet has no fashion.” She huffs
throwing one of Riley’s scarves on the floor.
“Looking for anything specific?” The brunette asks, though
truth be told she had zoned out 15 minutes ago and couldn’t for the life of her
remember why the petite girl was rummaging through her clothes.
“Something nice?” The blonde states but the way it sounds
comes off as more of a question. “I don’t know. The guy I’m seeing tonight is
kind of boring? Okay, maybe not boring per
say but he’s kind of this goody-goody, he’s in med school I think? Super
polite, you know the type.”
“Yeah, I do.” Riley raises her eyebrow, “And he doesn’t
sound like yours.”
“He’s not.” Maya smirks. “I figure I can mess him up a bit.
Make him more fun, maybe a little dangerous.”
“Or, and hear me out on this one, you can date someone you
actually like.” Riley offers, finally sitting up from her bed to inspect the
damage her friend had caused.
The entire contents of her dresser and closet were sprawled
out on the floor, making the carpet underneath it barely noticeable.
“The guys I date suck.” The blonde pouts, “Besides, they’re
always so predictable.”
“That’s because you have a very specific type.” Riley rolls
her eyes, “Musician or Artist. Super sexy and always super emotionally
“Which is exactly why I’m going out with this guy.” Maya
reiterates. “- and usually I wouldn’t know what the hell to talk about with
someone like him but that’s exactly why you’ll be there.”
“What?!” Riley stands to her feet, crossing her arms over
her chest. “Nah uh no way not going to happen.”