There are times when you do not feel like going out with your friends. You just want to stay home watching one of those boring tv shows, or talking to your mother about the importance of your dreams, which is measured against the importance of reality. However, a little crazy voice in your insides commands your mind to do the opposite of staying home. My descriptive skills began one Saturday nigh at Sunset Place.
The main entrance was far away from the parking lot. So, we had to walk for almost ten minutes to get to the mall. Finally, we saw JC. Penny, which is the first store you encounter. The movies is located on the second floor; but first you have to walk all the way until you see game Works, another store for kids to play with computers. Well, my three friends and I finally got to the movies. The line was huge. We had to wait half hour to buy the tickets. In the meantime, and all of a sudden, the sweet scent of some perfume tickled the tip of my nose. That definitely made me look back. My eyes opened after several watery blinks. I saw one of the most attractive men I had ever seen. He was about seven feet tall. You could perfectly see his well-defined big muscles. I felt the sun scorching my skin in that moment. That was a surprise since I was at a mall one Saturday night. I could even smell the air caressing my pale face. I was just not there anymore.
I honestly thought he would be nicer. I was wrong. His name was Alex and he was twenty-two years old. Alex told me that he was obsessed with his physical appearance. That disappointed me a lot. The minutes became hours as we kept conversing. Light voices occasionally reached my ears, probably coming from one of the couples strolling the crowded place. The omnipresent night seemed to be absorbing the fury of his bright green eyes like spring; but then the glaring lights of the mall reflected in his face helped him get that fury back, and his eyes wou