|A showdown amongst friends.
||[Jan. 27th, 2007|11:35 pm]
A Play for Power
Watching the sexy vampire put down Dawn was a curious thing.
The guy is a vampire and therefore, one of our enemies. So, yeah, I know that he somehow has a soul, which I’m not really sure of, but he’s good and sexy and I almost found myself clapping as I stretched, watching him, getting ready to fight Leah, a fifth degree black belt in karate, turned slayer, to my third degree black belt in karate, turned slayer.
I would have cheered for Spike, because the vampire guy, whatever I call him, does have a swagger about him and has rock solid muscles, which is hot, but I never cheered for guys fighting girls in a situation like they were fighting in, which was basically a competition. I have competed for three years now, against women, and the occasional guy at competitions and I always root for the girl.
The girl, Dawn, didn’t win, though, but I figured that I could. If it had been me against Spike, I would have won, and when I smashed his face in, I would have smiled as I’m on top of him and showed the cleavage to him, like I had earlier to Xander, except that he immediately said that he was involved with Dawn, ruining all of my fun. I could have a lot of fun with Spike too, no doubt, except that the vampire thing is kinda creepy and it seems like he is with Buffy. The two sisters get both of the hot guys in the room, leaving Andrew for me to ogle.
Sure, he’s cute, in a punier then me sort of way.
Hey, sue me, I like to flaunt what I have and like having sex.
But, I need to prepare for Leah and speaking of flirting, I’m not the only one who is flirting here. As we stretched towards the end of Spike and Dawn’s little battle, Leah made sure that I could see down her shirt. Sure, she’s got nice boobs…not as nice as mine, but nice, and while I have no problem with looking at a sexy girl, that’s where it ends with me.
I could have sworn that Leah mentioned that she liked guys on the flight here when we were picking on Andrew, but that didn’t mean that she didn’t like to play for both teams. That, I don’t do. Two guys and me, sure, but not a guy and a girl or just a girl.
The good thing about it is that if Leah has the hots for me, which is understandable, of course, for a guy or a girl, then she will be distracted with that and not focus on the fight, which would make things easy for me. But, I’m going to win, anyway. She may be two degrees higher then me, officially, but that’s because she probably stayed in classes, moving her level higher, while I’ve been competing. I’ve been competing and she hasn’t. There’s a big difference there and she’s about to feel it, in a good-mannered sort of way.
I stood and watched as she came over. I bowed simultaneously with her and then, I moved in for my first attack.