"Can I ask why you had to get a convertible for a rental?" I yelled over the loud sounds of the wind surging in my ears. My hair was whipping violently, hitting my face every now and then. Louis laughed and increased the speed.
"You must admit, it's quite an adventure in one!" He screamed making a right turn onto the street of the theater. It came closer until we were in the parking lot. I got out of the car followed by Louis. He put his hood up and aviators on. I looked down at his pajama pants and slippers.
"Louis, you do realize your still in pajamas right?" I chuckled. He gave me a look.
"Whatever. Here." He said throwing me a jean jacket and scarf. I quickly put them on and grabbed his hand, letting him lead me to the entrance. Louis stopped suddenly at the glass doors.
"Almost forgot your shades." He winked putting aviators over my eyes and the world became darker.
I scowled. "Is this necessary? I'm not famous."
"Actually, you kind of are." He said grabbing the handle if the door. He pushed it open with ease and gestured for me to walk through. "You are Ni, I mean, Harry's girl after all."
I ignored his comment and followed him up to the ticket booth. An old lady stood behind it wearing a red vest. It was obviously worn out, threads and stains here and there, and it showcased her plump figure awkwardly. She saw both of us and sighed loudly, her spectacles slipping off her nose in result.
"Can I help you?" She groaned. Her face was worn and tired, making her pale blue eyes seem as dull and gray as her hair.
"Two tickets to the eight thirty please." Louis declared squeezing my hand. I didn't even realize I was still holding on to it.
The lady nodded her head slowly and grabbed two tickets. After exchanging the tickets with Louis' credit card she rolled her eyes and told us to enjoy the movie. We exchanged small smiles and Louis led me to a star carpeted hallway with four doors on the walls. We went to the one all the way at the end. The seating area was small, only having about ten rows if seats. No one was on the theater besides us so we took a seat all the way at the top of the incline of seats. The screen was blank.
"Too early for popcorn?" I laughed finally letting go if his hand. He sighed.
"Yeah. But not to early for gummy bears." He cheered grabbing a bag from his hoodie. Louis tossed me the bag after throwing a few in his mouth. I pushed then away.
"Oh come on!" He chuckled. "Baby wants gummy bears!"
I sighed. "Louis you know you're the only one that knows right?"
He looked over at me. "Know what?"
"About Harry and Zayn. Louis I'm scared. Niall doesn't know the baby could be yours or Zayn's or Harry's for that matter. Harry knows it might be Niall's. Zayn knows it might be Niall's. Obviously. I'm scared it's going to be Niall's." I bit my lip, it's quivering signaling my tears.
Louis grabbed my hand again. "I know you want it to be Harry's, but that might not be the case. If it happens to be Niall's then that's what it is. You can't change that. When do the results come in?"
I looked at my phone. "Sometime in the next few days. Luckily, I got everyone's DNA without them knowing."
"Yeah, thanks to me." He laughed pointing to himself. "But what happens if it's my baby?"
I looked over at him surprised. We haven't ever discussed that possibility.
"I guess you would care for the baby as your own. I mean, it wouldn't be that bad, your my best friend after all."
The corners of his mouth rose. "Am I really your best friend?"
"Of course. Also, your kind of my only friend." I mumbled. I felt his lips attach to my cheek lightly.
"Your mine too."
The screen came to life and previews started to play. During our conversation, a few more people had popped up in the seats. I smiled and leaned closer to Louis. He wrapped his arm around my shoulders.
After a few more previews, I looked up at Louis confused.
"Louis weren't the boys supposed to meet us here?"
He smiled and spoke without peeling his eyes from the screen. "Yeah, but I never told them which theater to go to."
I laughed punched his leg lightly. "Also, what movie are we seeing? You never told me."
Louis finally looked down, a huge grin on his face. "I have no idea. I just said eight thirty."
I laughed lightly and looked back to the screen.