"OK, noted." He paused. "This is actually a social experiment me and my friends are doing."
"I’ve noticed. Not everyone asks these questions. What is the purpose seduce girls or information? "Violet crossed her arms.
"Well, damn… but I’m wearing pink. So it’s a no from you?"
"I think it was clear from the beginning. But still, no."
"It may be. Exactly why I’m asking you if you’d kiss me if I was wearing pink. Would the color of my shirt matter to you?"
"A big yes. Sorry but it’s the truth; If I don’t like the color, I would not want someone else will use it."
"I don’t lie."
"Yes? You said you were okay. But apparently not. That is a lie. Whatever, it doesn’t matters.”
Peter laughed at the girl’s answer. “Are you sure, sure? So if the hottest guy on earth was wearing pink and right in front of you, you wouldn’t kiss him?”
"Ugh, that’s disgusting. I mean all this stuff about pink color and the girls is just a stereotype."So she shook her head while making a disgusted face.
"Lying is not a lifestyle choice."
"Believe me, it is. Everyone is a liar."
"It’s not as simple as that, he lied to me, I can’t just.. let him back, he hasn’t apologized."
"Well, if you already lied once will do so again. You just have to adapt to the lifestyle of others. Not everyone can indulge."
Hi,” Peter greeted approaching the girl. “Quick question: Would you kiss a guy if he was wearing pink?”
"Yeah…like never. And actually that color doesn’t match with your eyes." Violet rolled her eyes, somewhat exasperated. What kind of stupid question was that?
"My brother! He’s fucking family."
"Then bring him back. Of course if you miss him."