We kept staring at her with our mouths slightly open.
"We aren't together," Zach muttered looking down.
Riley smirked at him. "So, you're single?" She asked winking at him.
I glared at her and I have no idea why. Zach glanced up at her and gave her a small smile. "No, but, I already have a girl in mind."
Riley gave me a secret glance and smirked. "Ah, I bet she likes you back. How can she not? You should ask her out." She said taking another chug of her beer.
Zach cleared his throat. "Anyway, may I look around?" He asked.
"There's no drugs if that's what you're looking for. I'm trying to do better." She turned to look at me. "Ginger do you know I haven't shoplifted in a while. That counts for something, right?"
I chuckled. "Yea, of course."
"Don't worry baby girl, you'll quit too."
"I don't see the reason of quitting. If I can stay in jail for the rest of my life, at least I don't have to stay with my mom."
Zach took a small glance at me as he was searching the house. "You can stay with me, Ginger," says Riley.
"No, I don't want to bother you."
"Oh, there's no bother."
"Or you can stay with me," Zach said without glancing at me.
"Thanks, but, I haven't made my decision yet."
"Alright, I'm done here," says Zach walking out the door.
Riley sighed a breath of relief. "Ok, bye, Mr. Police Officer!" I stifled a laugh as I also walked out the door. I call him the same thing. "Bye, baby girl!"
"Bye, Riley!" I called out to her.