Re: [B&B: Shiloh & Diego]
"I still said that nice and polite," he said about his admission of having his church rites revoked. He didn't look ashamed or sorry in the slightest. "But you sound like you're thinking I want more than friends, and could be you think that's too daring of me?" he asked. Why not? Might as well run his mouth and be himself, and if he crashed and burned he would've done it on his own steam and in his own way. That was just how Shiloh lived, and it explained the trouble he'd found himself in. "But I thank you for saying I'm charming, though I can't be sure you meant it." He'd learned a long time ago that most people found him to their liking eventually, but some people never did acquire the taste.
He was done with his coffee, and his plate was now devoid of toast, but he didn't seem in any hurry to rush off. "If you're saying I get laid easy, then, yes, I do, but that isn't the same as things being easy for me." That was, perhaps, less circumspect than it should've been, but so be it.
A smile pulled his lips, tugged at them when Diego laughed. "I was wondering if you were going to look at me stern and serious and lecture me about the sins of thirsting for zombie dick," he joked. Diego didn't seem that straight and narrow, though Shiloh was still trying to figure just how, well, straight he was. "Instead, I'm going to ask what you do get a jolly thinking about." Maybe he was too direct. Oops?
He chuckled at the trailing comment about hookers. "I don't mind a spin with a hooker now and again, but I'd much rather fuck someone who wants me to fuck them... or the other way around. You could introduce me to the nightlife sometimes, should you be inclined to do a new resident a favor," he suggested, polite as could be, and like he was asking Diego to bring him along to the bingo hall for the next game.