I was fearless and never felt like there were any obstacles. I always wanted to be a small fish in a big pond rather than the opposite. And when I was eight my dad suggested I could get paid for acting like a fool! It seemed like the best idea I’d ever heard.
Reed was drunk like there was no tomorrow. He probably couldn’t even stand up straight at this point but Reed didn’t let that stop him from having fun. He was a wreck and Reed knew that, but he didn’t care anymore. He didn’t care about anything anymore. He didn’t want to feel anything for once in his life. “Y’know, I’m hot, and you’re hot so why don’t we just…..” He said over the loud music ad let his voice trail off as he let his lips press against the others.