It All Starts In Sydney,
Camille Whitman


Saturday 6th: If you don't already have plans for your Saturday night, get down to the cinema and watch one of those new movie releases. Whether you're into comedys or horror films, there's bound to be a film that floats your boat. You might even bump into a familar face or meet a new friend?


"I'm sorry that I'm late" I began to explain as I approached Lorrie who had been patiently waiting for some time now, by the looks of it. "The show didn't finish on time" I added, adjusting the strap of my bag.

I had rushed from the radio station to the cinemas, hoping that I'd make it in time for the film we'd agreed to see. Luckily, I arrived at the cinemas with 10 minutes to spare and that meant time to queue up for snacks and miss the time consuming ads before every film.

"It's fine, I haven't been waiting long" Lorrie shook her head. "I stayed back at work to organise some files and whatnot" she smiled, shaking her head.

"Phew" I let out an exhausted sigh and laughed. "I was hoping I hadn't kept you long, I hate not arriving on time" I frowned as we both approached the queue, which wasn't too long for once.

"How was the show?" Lo asked, turning to face me as we slowly moved forward in line. I shrugged, "the usual" I chuckled, "Oli got a hair cut so we posted it on our Facebook page for giggles."

"Sounds amusing" Lo laughed, "is it really that bad?" she asked, amused.

"It's not bad but it's different" I shrugged. I then asked Lo how her day was and was instantly jealous that she worked for Sass and Bide. But I knew nothing about fashion.

I was currently standing next to Lorrie who was a good inch or two taller than me in her high heels. She was dressed to perfection in a red leather dress and blazer whilst I stood in rolled up jeans, not very fitting t-shirt and cardigan. I looked ridiculously messy and I was already feeling tired at only 10pm.

"It's not all fun and games, it's been busy lately" Lo commented before we both ordered a drink each and popcorn to share; we both weren't very big eaters. 

"I always fear that I might choke to death on a piece of popcorn and nobody will hear or see me choking and dying" I confessed as we searched for cinema 5. 

Lorrie errupted into laughter, almost spitting out a mouthful of soda. "That's a weird fear, Camille" she laughed, pushing the door open. 

"How was the film you girls saw?" Leighton asked us as she approached Lorrie and I sitting and talking. "It was really funny" I replied, laughing a little at a part of the film I had remembered so vividly.

"What did you end up seeing?" Lakyn asked, walking behind Leighton and wrapping his arms around her waist. "Identity Thief" Lo chirped, sipping the last of her soda.

"The trailer looks so good for that" Lakyn grinned, nodding. "I wanted to see that, mate, but no, we had to see Warm Bodies" Miles complained, crossing his arms over his chest.

I then noticed that Lakyn's band had obviously tagged along but it didn't seem to have bothered Leighton. She seemed pretty happy in the arms of her man, judging from her smile.

"You didn't have to come along" Leighton told him, smiling wide though. "Well, I certainly didn't tag along to see you" Miles retorted, glancing at me and smirking.

I flipped him the bird before standing and pulling lightly on Lorrie's arm. "It's past my bedtime, guys, night" I smiled and paused, "I'll see you soon Leigh."

She nodded, waving before I almost dragged Lorrie out of the building. "What was that all about?" Lo asked as we stood outside, letting the cool night air tug on our clothes gently.

"Miles wants to get in my pants" I told her, waiting for a reaction. "You don't want that, I'm assuming" she chuckled.

"He's too confident for his own good and enjoys flirting up a storm" I explained. "We even had to enforce the rule of hands on the table when out to dinner" I added, chuckling a little at how immature the whole situation had become.

"So he's keen" Lorrie laughed, shaking her head. "He's not bad, a little rough around the edges" she paused, "but I have my man waiting for me at home."

"You lucky ducky, he's probably warming up the bed for you right now" I laughed. Lorrie nodded, "I shouldn't keep him waiting" she grinned.

"I'll talk to you tomorrow" I called out as she began wandering toward her car. "Enjoy the sex" I yelled out, causing a couple people to stare at me. Luckily, they couldn't tell it was the girl they hear on the radio since it had become so dark out and the noisy traffic nearby.

It was sad to think I was going home to an empty apartment and Lorrie was going home to her hunk of a boyfriend. 

I should buy a boyfriend on eBay or something.
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