Things You Said with No Spaces between Us
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“And then I said, “You can’t go in there!” But did he listen to me? No. Typical kids.“ Tina nodded her head at the man rambling on next to her. Her eyes shot to Jimmy Junior sitting across from her and a few seats over. His body language showed he was annoyed; but when his eyes caught hers, he gave her an apologetic look. Tina rolled her eyes slightly before returning her glaze to the man next to her.
It had been half past nine at night when she suggested they go out for something to eat. Their meal was great. Their travel back home was a different story. On the walk back, he thought the subway would be ultimately a quicker way home. Upon entering the crowded subway car, there were little to none seats available. Unfortunately for them they had to sit apart. Jimmy Junior currently sat in between two snoring men and Tina besides a chatty grandfather complaining about something his grandson did earlier today.
“He fell out of that tree faster than a race car at a nascar race.” The older gentleman shook his head. She glanced back over at her boyfriend as the man continued rambling. He gave her a smirk before leaning back and gently resting his head on one of the snoring men next to him. He closed his eyes and opened his mouth acting like he was asleep as well. He took in a deep breath and let out a loud snore that not only scared Jimmy Junior, but also stirred the sleeping man next to him. Tina quickly put a hand over her mouth to hide her giggle. He sat up straight as fast as he could before the man awoke, looking at him strangely.
“You alright there sir? Your snore seems to have woke you up.” Jimmy Junior said to the now awake man. He gave Tina a wink before placing a finger over his lips and mouthing ‘shhh’ to her.
The man stretched slightly and checked out his surroundings. “Ah, yes. My apologies.” He muttered before leaning back to fall back into his slumber once more. Jimmy Junior let out a sigh of relief and looked Tina’s way. She was sitting there, trying her hardest to stifle her laughter.
She quickly composed herself when the gentleman to her right smiled at her. “Well, this is my stop. It was nice talking to you! Have a nice night, young lady!” The man tipped his hat at her before standing up and leaving the car along with many other people. Jimmy Junior quickly stood up and sat in his place once he was gone.
“Is this seat taken, miss?” He asked her, trying to sound as prim and proper as possible.
She giggled at his lame impersonation. “It is now.” He wrapped an arm around her shoulder and leaned back into the seat.
“Oh now I see why he sat here for so long. It’s the best seat in the house.”
“What’s so great about it?” She asked him, tilting her head curiously.
“It has an excellent view of you.” She playfully punched him in the chest. He laughed slightly. “Well I’m not wrong.”
The subway car started up and they were rolling again. Jimmy Junior pulled her closer to him as he looked over the remaining passengers. Most of them were asleep or listening to headphones, off in their own world. He looked back at her. She was resting her head on his shoulder and let out a yawn. “Oh no, not you too.”
She giggled slightly at his joke. “Sorry, train rides make me sleepy. Plus it is after midnight you know.”
“I know.” He chuckled. “I know.” Tina’s eyes started to close to the rhythm of the train’s movement.
“Hey Jimmy Junior.”
“I love you.”
His lips curved up into a smile before he kissed her head. “I love you too.”