High school gay club 5

“I’m calling Benji, I don’t want to deal with the fallout if we leave him out.” Carla says. “Cool. He has a good eye too. I am going to need all the backup I can get to get dull and duller into Gaga worthy outfits.” Liam cackles. “Am I dull or duller?” Luis asks only slightly offended. “Brett is coming too. I vote we force … Continue reading High school gay club 5

Pool Hall surprise (Happy birthday Jack)

Drew looks over to the bar at the lad who has just taken a seat and smiles to himself. He’s seen that kid on every app, ad after ad on craigslist. Desperate. Drew has never responded, all too easy, too desperate, humiliating for the kid. But tonight Drew has friends to entertain and his boi has let him down. The desperate slutty kid at the … Continue reading Pool Hall surprise (Happy birthday Jack)

Pilot Week (2): High school gay club 2

“I’m not letting you use the club to exclude and bully those kids.” Aaron’s mom Barb says when he swings buy her restaurant and asks to firm up details for using the club. “They bully us, Carla especially. You know that.” Aaron complains. “Rise above it. Any trouble and they go.” Barb says. “I don’t know.” Aaron says and heads over to see Carla. “Maybe … Continue reading Pilot Week (2): High school gay club 2

Pilot week (2): High school Gay club 1

“You’re all a bunch of fucking cunts.” Aaron stands and shouts across the room. “We do not accept language like that here. This is a safe space. All three of you have to leave.” Mr Parsons says. “Safe space, unless you’re a lesbian. Fucking cunts.” Benji says. “Out, now!” Mr Parsons says getting agitated. “They’re right. This isn’t a safe space for me, they are … Continue reading Pilot week (2): High school Gay club 1

The number crunchers 6

“My friend Horace is here with his wife. Want to be introduced?” Freddie asks Marc. “The famous Horace, for sure. I want to see if I can tell your accents apart.” Marc grins. Freddie pays the bill and leads Marc to Horace and Arabella’s table. “This is Marc, he’s a friend of Robbie. This is Horace and his beautiful wife Arabella.” Freddie says. “Freddie lovely … Continue reading The number crunchers 6

The number crunchers 5

“You missed out, we went to topgolf on Sunday and had a blast.” Merry says in her car, giving Freddie a lift to work on Monday. “I should have come. That place looks unreal.” Freddie says trying to blend in. “Hungover?” Merry asks. “Just felt a bit hemmed in. It was nice to get out hiking yesterday and clear my head. I total slept most … Continue reading The number crunchers 5

The number crunchers 4

Things are tense at home between Horace and Freddie for the rest of the week. Freddie moves into the other bedroom. They still travel in to work together and get on fine when working and at lunch. Horace is stressed. He’s booked a hotel, dinners, tables in clubs and is just hoping he can get away with being too drunk and tired to perform when … Continue reading The number crunchers 4