Re: [B&B: Shiloh & Diego]
"Now that I'm not real certain of," he said of Heath being with him in spirit. It wasn't that he and Heath didn't get on, but their anonymous interactions on the forums had left something to be desired. He knew he should reach out, but truth was that he didn't trust his brother not to have himself an attack of law-abiding. It was hard to tell with Heath, whether he was going to be really lawful or really chaotic. Sometimes, his brother even managed neutral, but not often. Heath wasn't a boy made for the middle ground. "Who said I don't care what people think?" he asked, because doing what he pleased wasn't the same as not caring what other people thought of him. "I do what I want and say what I want in spite of what people think of me," he went on, and he knew his own mind for all that he was young.
Shiloh didn't do the polite thing just because he was polite, and he didn't give compliments just because they were expected. He meant what he said to the boy across the table, and make no mistake about that.
He laughed at the notion of zombie cocks on ice. "I like my cocks warmer than room temperature," he explained, no shame whatsoever at talking about this directly. It was true. He did like his dick warm, and who didn't? "Have you been down to that black market in the Capital? Second City? Now there's a place for a wild time," he said. He'd hidden out there for a few days after being caught out by the local church. It was interesting, eclectic, and worth some more exploring sometime.
"Well, consider me informing you. I never leave as turned on as I arrive," he repeated, cocksure and enjoying the look of confusion on Diego's face. "Look at you with the compliments flowing readily, but I won't nay-say you. That wouldn't be polite." His smirk said he knew he was being contradictory, and that was just fine with him. Being consistent was the same as being boring, and Shiloh very much did whatever struck him at any given moment.
He sat back in his chair, and he looked at Diego. The front chair legs lifted, and Shiloh rocked dangerously on just the back legs. He was considering, mind you, and he smiled before settling on something. "You pick, and we'll go wherever you're inclined to go," he said, as if it was the most given of givens.