I wonder how long it will take before you get sick of Mako bossing you around. When it happens, feel free to visit.
I found your weird red rodent thing in my garbage out back. Can’t you keep track of your pets?
Looks like I’m not the only one running into our teammates.
Dear probending league comissioner,
Thanks for sending back my entry fee after my…time with the Fire Ferrets ended.
He glared at the girl for a moment before relaxing his stance and leaned against the bench, not wanting to sit next to her and look like a fool who can’t decide between sitting and standing or controlling his emotions. “A waterbender, huh?” Making an attempt to smooth out the situation, no matter how bad his attempt was, whatever it took to get her to stop looking at him like that.
“Yup. Like my mother and grandmother before me,” she answered, smiling a bit at the thought of her family. “My mother was the only waterbender out of the three kids. My uncle’s an airbender and my other uncle’s a non bender.” she shrugged. “How about you?”
At first her words confused him, but after a moment the pieces fit together in his head. Oh. “…So you’re one of Avatar Aang’s grand-kids?” Him? Well… “Neither of my parents are benders, and were surprised when I turned out to be one. There had been waterbenders in our family before, but not often.”
Of course he had to bring up the stupid match. Is that all anyone could talk about? Wasn’t there anything else of interest to talk about in this city? Jeeze. “Whatever, it doesn’t matter anyways. You’ve got your new little waterbender now.” He replied, waving his hand as if waving off the mention of the match.
Bolin frowned. He wanted to say that wasn’t the case,to tell Hasook he wanted him back on the team,but he knew that wasn’t the case. Hasook made a mistake,and he paid for it.
The earthbender really didn’t want to push the conversation farther— imagining having someone push his failures back on him would hurt and he knew it. “Well,since we’re here,wanna go get something to eat with me?” Bolin’s face went back to his regular excitably one after the awkward silence.
At first he was inclined to reject his offer, but hey, he was a little hungry and had nothing better to do at the moment. Hopefully over-exposure to his ex-teammate wouldn’t be too taxing on his brain. Bolin was just too cheerful for him, getting excited over every little thing.
“Why not?” He shrugged, sighing. Hopefully they’d at least go to a nice place, he was craving some quality food. Although what he had in mind was probably out of Bolin’s price range.