“I know I can get another boyfriend.” She says turning around to face her.
“It’s easy to find someone to spend some time with. Someone to hold your hand. Someone to text during the day. Someone to fall into bed with. Someone to kiss when I’m lonely. But he won’t know what I’m thinking with a look. He won’t know when my feelings are truly hurt. He won’t know how I take my damn coffee. He won’t know how to calm my panicked mind. He won’t kiss me, make me laugh or comfort me the way he did. I have never felt so comfortable in my life with someone.” She says, tears swelling in her eyes. “So yes I can get a new boyfriend but he won’t know me or make me feel the way he did. You just can’t replace that.”
“Are we done being dramatic and having fake dates with
werewolves?” Damon snapped and you smiled, dropping who ever you’d been feeding
off and turned to face him.
“I’m just having fun, without you.” You huffed and Damon
rolled his eyes.
“Yes, I can see, I imagine you’re going to feel rather hung
over what with all the frat boy’s you’ve drunk.” He pointed at the half-conscious
boys and the slight sway of your body and flush of your cheeks.
“Well you’re not going to stop me from having my fun.” You
huffed and he groaned.
When writing your own spells, utilise the ingredients you have, not the ingredients you want.
Eye of newt and wool of bat are all well and good for Shakespeare’s witches, but unless there was some kind of lizard apocalypse you’re probably fresh out of newt eyes. Using the ingredients you already have on hand means you’re more likely to always have them on hand.