He furrowed his brow and bent his lips downward. “I’ve bitched about it often enough.”
Jessie shrugged. “Doesn’t mean I was listening.”
I think you should be.
“As appealing as it may be, at times, “ he mumbled “, I have enough going against me.”
“Oh really? Like what?”
Awww, was it too tough for you?
What did Giovanni say though… I’ve never known anyone to quit.
“Uhhh,” he winced “, It’s not that I was on your side, I just used to find some of your events entertaining…” Mostly versus Ash, since it did make that boy train a little and actually focus on strategy.
Jessie gave a small chuckle. “Oh come on, Gary. I know you’ve probably thought of joining us before, so why not give it a try?” She smiled and pulled out a business card from her skirt’s pocket, holding her arm out straight and handing him it.
Oh, did you quit?
Such a shame.
“I guess that’s a good thing,” he shrugged “, I wouldn’t put myself through half the crap you’re made to do if I didn’t get much out of it.”
Jessie couldn’t help but let a slight smirk curl on her lips. “Why don’t you join us, Oak? I know you’ve always been on our side.”