They wore sneakers, pants, and black hoodies. They even had shades on and it's freaking RAINY! Who are they? Cause for a bunch of teenagers, they were strange. An odd strike of fear filled my body as the tallest one came forward.
No, it wasn't him that made me scared, it was the shadow behind him. It was coming closer and disappeared behind me.
Just when I thought it was gone, a whisper was heard behind me. "Stay away from that group of boys.." It had a weird voice as if it got a sore throat. Just as it said that, the tall guy mumbled his order but then, how the hell could I hear if some whisper was creeping the hell out of me?!
"Umm.. Pardon me?" I questioned because I didn't hear his order. I was shocked that I didn't sound as if some shadow whispered to me a while ago.
"I said 7 cheeseburgers, 2 hotdogs, 1 chocolate sundae and all the drinks are coke." He repeated and he seemed rather amused but one question remained in my mind..
How the hell do they finish all these food?
•Harry's Point Of View•
She must've thought I was crazy for ordering a lot of food since the burgers were loaded. Well, it's not my fault that Niall's a crazy carnivore who eats any meal he gets his hands on.
I was quite amused because when I spoke my order she seemed to have this strike of fear. It's quite funny how she is scared of me. Although I'm not sure it was me cause she seemed to be looking behind me.
When I got to the table, Louis chose to get crazy. "So, what's up with you and Miss Scaredy Pants?" He laughed. He must've seen it too.
"Nothing.. I'm just wondering what scared her." I said seriously. "I'm wondering if it was the fear of rejection or was she just amazed of how handsome I am." My serious look turned into a cheeky smirk. They all laughed.
We finished our food and left. But before we left, I caught the girl staring at us as if she was examining us like a science project.
•Sophie's Point Of View•
The tall guys voice seemed to ignite something in me but I'm not sure of what it was. And it's also weird how the shadow told me to stay away from them because no matter how many encounters I've had with them, this was the first time they spoke to me.
I don't know who they are but I'm bound to find out. Before they left, the tall guy spared a glance at me. They never took their shades off. Nor their hoodies.
Whoever those boys were, they sure were strange.