Disoriented, he glanced around. He was in the livingroom...
He heard a car honking from the driveway. His taxi. That must have been what woke him up.
Sighing, he stood up and grabbed his clothes from the floor.
Jumping up, he went to his dresser and grabbed his athletic clothes. He wanted to check out that workout room.
Tiffany turned and greeted her new roomie. "Hey, I'm Tiffany Angles. Nice to meet ya."
Tiffany fought the urge to cover her chest from Jason's leering. "Are you going to student union for the meet and greet?" she blurted. "I heard there's free stuff!"
"Free stuff? Awesome!" Jason said.
Turning, he saw a flash of purple. Score! She was still here!
Jason held up his hands. "Hey! I'm just trying to meet some people, make some social networks!" he told her earnestly. "That's what they say to do in those brochures," he hooked a thumb back towards the Freshmen Orientation table.
Patty scoffed impatiently, gazing at him with suspicion. "Fine!" she clipped. "You can play table top tennis with me. But do not try to hit on me!" she warned him, sticking her finger in his face.
"I'll be a perfect gentleman!" Jason swore, crossing his finger across his chest.
"Damn!" Patty snapped, slapping her paddle down on the table.
Jason smiled smugly after his win. "Good game!" he said cheerfully, walking over towards his new friend.
"Just leave me alone!" Patty snapped, stalking off.
"Jeffrey Dean. Nice to meet you," the guy said in greeting. "So where ya from?"
Jason hitched his shoulder. "Just a small town you've probably never heard of. You?"
"I'm from Bridgeport."
"Oh! Cool! My mom and stepdad just moved there! Well, my stepdad lived there for awhile before. But, they just got married, so my mom moved back there with him. Maybe you know him!" Jason said in a rush.
Jeffrey chuckled. "Doubt it. You know how many people live in Bridgeport!" he asked, shaking his head at the freshman. Crazy suburban kids were so naive.
"Yeah, well, time to get home. Maybe we'll see you around," Jeffrey said dismissively. He cocked his head to the side to motion to his roomie Mahmound that it was time to leave.
"Catch ya around," Mahmound echoed before trailing behind Jeffrey.
"Hi! I'm Tammy!" she said with a shy smile.
Tammy laughed uproariously at his joke. "You're so funny!" she gushed, eyeing his thick forearms.
Living with girls in the dorm was going to be awesome!