He was in the cafeteria, bored as hell, fiddling with a rubix cube, trying to pass the time. He was hungry but he already had two servings and if he went back, the lunch servers would probably judge him harder.
Brook who had already eaten lunch elsewhere strolled into the cafeteria with a strawberry smoothie in one hand and her phone in the other. Since it was still lunch time she decided to chill here until it was over.
Hearing the noise, he glanced up to notice her and blinked, turning back to the cube. Maybe he could make her go get him food. Not like he was asking her to pay...it was free. He glanced up again, "Brook!"
She looked up from her phone to spot her younger brother. She cringed but she couldn't ignore him since he had already yelled her name halfway across the cafeteria. She sighed and rolled her eyes before sauntering over there and sitting down in a chair across from him, crossing her legs. "What do you want, Bastian?"
He beamed, his hand movements quickening, "you're my favourite sister, you know that?" This was lie–he'd go with Sophia any day. He always felt he annoyed Brooklyn. "I'm hungry and this is my second serving...can you get me some more?" He grinned innocently.
Brook narrowed her eyes and with a sniff she shot back, "No. Not only are you lying to me about considering me your favorite sister, you're too insecure to get your third serving of food. It's unadmirable, Sebastian."
He huffed, sulking, placing the cube onto the table, "who cares about being admirable? It's food. Please, I think the people there think I'm a pig," he said, placing his jawline into his hands, "can't you do this one thing? Please. With a cherry on top?"
"If you really wanted the food, you wouldn't care if they thought you were a pig. Besides, I don't do others' work. Go get it yourself," she retorted, tossing some of her brown curly locks over her shoulder.
"I know," she reminded him with a triumphant smile before taking a sip of her smoothie. "But honestly, what did you expect Sebastian? It was already obvious you had ulterior motives when calling me over here. You don't ever greet me with a happy notion like you do to Sophia and Jeremiah. With that attitude, you are never going to get anywhere with me." She turned off her phone and placed it on the table. "If that's all, I'm going to take my leave now unless you need me for something else?"
He huffed, "you make it sound like I was going to ask you to go kill someone," he mumbled, "we would have talked afterwards...I assumed you came to get food anyway so it wouldn't have hurt adding something extra onto it. But fine," he said looking away, "let me starve."
She allowed herself to roll her eyes again before setting her smoothie down and shrugging her exspensive prada bag of her shoulder. She took a bag from the new cafe down the street and tossed it on the table. "Here. So you don't 'starve'. It's a chocolate-chip muffin and a hand-crafted cinnamon bun that I was going to eat later, but if you are so hungry, here you go."
Finally after classes had ended Sophie, along with her twin Jeremiah, walked down the halls of the academy - intending to go to the cafeteria since Jeremiah was hungry. After waiting in line and collecting their food, the twins looked around for a table, spotting their other siblings at a table. "Hey guys, here bash take my food, i'm not hungry and i know how hungry you get." Sophie voiced as she sat down and slid her tray over towards him.
He beamed at the food, pushing the muffin back over the table, swiping a piece of it, tossing it into his mouth, "and that is why you're my favourite sibling," he declared. "Good afternoon, Jeremiah," he said, imitating Brooklyn.
"Why?" he said, gesturing to the uneaten bun in the middle of the table, "I've taken nothing from you and," he paused to lookat Gray, "why wouldn't you? That's what I'm going to be naming them anyway."