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Ron and Gary whore me out for cash.
Scarlett had come to a complete stop.
"That just means I was probably conceived in May. It wasn't all that long ago that I put two and two together with that one."
Scarlett instantly did the math and chuckled to herself.
After the pair took sips of their drinks and settled back down it was Scarlett who took the lead.
"So what kind of research makes you come to a lesbian club?" she asked.
May hesitated for a moment.
"I've been a lot of places this week," May began. "I've been to O'Hannagans..."
"Irish bar," Scarlett voiced.
"You know it!?" May asked.
"No," came an unenthusiastic reply, "but the name say's it all!"
"I've also been to the wine bar, The Hub."
"Went to the steakhouse, The Carriage."
"Heard of it, but I've never been." Scarlett seemed to need to reply to every place May had been.
"There was another place I went in but I can't remember the name. I'd been driving around, I just went to get money from a bank machine... then I just followed the crowd and went in. I didn't even look up at the name on the door, I just walked in. It was a nightclub, a little bigger than this, a lot newer. But I love the atmosphere in here. I sat and watched everyone. My friends think I've been on a bit of a weeklong bender."
"It's been a long time since I've been in a proper nightclub," May informed her.
"I find that hard to believe," Scarlett coyly crossed her legs and took a sip from her glass.
"Well, a long time since I've come into one on my own," May corrected herself.
There was a moment of pause as Scarlett pondered. "What are you trying to find out about people?"
"Just curious about how people interact."
"Don't you see that the whole time anyway!?"
"I do..." May admitted. "But it's only now I'm really paying attention to them. I see people flirting, or being in relationships all the time. But most of them I already know. I want to see how strangers interact. In all types of place. In the privacy of a table at a restaurant, to the social setting of a bar, or in the chaos of a nightclub."
"It's not exactly chaotic here," Scarlett pointed out.
May only replied with a shrug.
"What are you writing about anyway?"
"I'm writing about a woman who has an affair. There's a lot of other things going on her life too, that's just one part of it."
"Is she having an affair with another woman?" Scarlett asked curiously.
May looked blankly into space, "I'm not sure." There was a lot of excitement in her voice. Scarlett could see cogs turning at high speed behind May's eyes.
"How do they meet?" she then asked.
"I don't think I know that either. Right now I want to keep my options open."
May stared out over the balcony.
"I don't know any of these people, but I keep making up stories inside my head about some of the people down there."
With her eyes, she looked at each individual person and made up her own stories. She even voiced some of them to Scarlett. "A woman after a breakup, just wanting to be somewhere safe. A young woman unsure of her sexuality. A thrill seeker. Or a midlife crisis."
Scarlett knew everyone that May had pointed at with here eyes. And knew she was wrong about all of it. But that wasn't really the point.
"So where do I fit into all of this? Who am I?" Scarlett teased.
May looked at her, examining every facet of her face. "I don't know," she admitted.
"What if, instead of looking at people, you live that experience," Scarlett suggested.
"What do you mean?"
"You'll never see the whole story from up here. Call it... call it a little role play."
"Okaaaayyyy..." May still hadn't fully figured out what Scarlett was meaning.
Scarlett then stood up and tugged on the hem of her skin-tight dress to pull it an extra inch down over her thighs. She walked around to the other side of May. When she sat down beside her, she could feel the soft flesh around their hips pressing against each other.
"Imagine you were that woman in your story," Scarlett began. "Imagine meeting a stranger at a nightclub and just... connecting!"
As Scarlet firmly took her h