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Mason and Kacey Edit
MASON FROSTCLIFF: Mason was waiting in line to get popcorn, giddy to watch the latest movie that had come out.
KACEY CARSON: I walked into the movie theater, hoping to get some popcorn before the movie started.
MASON FORSTCLIFF: Waiting was boring, so he turned to the person behind him and grinned. "Waiting for popcoren too?"
KACEY CARSON: I looked up. "Yeah. But I might have to miss out on the popcorn if it takes much longer. I'm Kacey." I help my hand out.
MASON FROSTCLIFF: "Mason," he offered, shaking her hand. "And I swear, I want popcorn so bad, but at the same time, I don't wanna miss the movie."
KACEY CARSON: "Same! I wanna see the movie soooooooooooo bad!!!" I
MASON FROSTCLIFF: He looked like an excited little boy. "I know right? I've heard so many good reviews of it and have to see it!"
KACEY CARSON: "My friend saw it and I'm struggling to keep her from spoiling it! She said it was awesome! And my friend rarely thinks things are awesome, so I SO have to see it." I was grinning from ear to ear now.
MASON FROSTCLIFF: His grin grew even wider. “Every single one of my friends have, too! The movie’s all they talk about!”
KACEY CARSON: "Ugh! The suspense! I'm seriously thinking about skipping the popcorn." I said, looking at the line again.
MASON FROSTCLIFF: He nodded. “So do I, but on the other hand, watching a movie with popcorn makes it so much better.”
KACEY CARSON: "I agree. Hopefully we'll make it. Th he movie starts in 10 minutes!"
MASON FROSTCLIFF: The two finally reached the front of the line and he ordered three large popcorns - all for himself.
KACEY CARSON: I ordered two large popcorns and headed towards the theater. "Come on! It's about to start!" I said, excitedly.
MASON FROSTCLIFF: Mason excitedly followed her into the theater. "The seats up front are the best, from what I've heard."
KACEY CARSON: I went to the front and sat down. "It's about to start! It's about to start!!!!" I said, excitedly!
MASON FROSTCLIFF: Mason sat down beside her and stuffed his face with popcorn. "Can'v waive!" he agreed, words muffled by the popcorn.
KACEY CARSON: "IT'S STARTING!!!!" I squealed.
MASON FROSTCLIFF: He stuffed more popcorn into his mouth and intently watched opening credits.
KACEY CARSON: I slowly ate popcorn as it started.
MASON FROSTCLIFF: Mason grinned when he saw the little yellow minions run around. He loved those guys.
KACEY CARSON: "Awww! They're so cute!!!" I whispered.
MASON FROSTCLIFF: "They're the best," he agreed, chewing more popcorn when the minions' owner appeared.
KACEY CARSON: "Why is his nose pointy?" I asked. I had been wondering this ever since I saw the first movie.
MASON FROSTCLIFF: Mason looked around before leaning in and whispering, "I think it's because he's a mutant alien from outer-space."
KACEY CARSON: "He certainly LOOKS like one!" I said, trying not to laugh.
MASON FROSTCLIFF: "Glad to see you agree with me," he said with a grin.
KACEY CARSON: "How could I resist? It involves a mutant alien from outer-space!" I said, grinning back.
MASON FROSTCLIFF: He ate some more popcorn. "My favourite minion is Bob."
KACEY CARSON: "I don't have a favorite cause I can't decide! They're all so cute!!"
MASON FROSTCLIFF: "Bob's the best because he' so silly and naive."
KACEY CARSON: "Okay, fine! He's the best! (I have never seen Despicable me before so I really don't know who's the best)
MASON FROSTCLIFF: "Yup, he is," he answered, then went back to watching the movie. "Oh, here comes my favorite part!" (It's okay! There are tons of movies I haven't seen either.)
Kacey Carson: I stuffed more popcorn in my mouth and watched closely.
MASON FROSTCLIFF: He burst out laughing at the pigs who had entered the scene.
Kacey Carson: I laughed so hard I doubled over."That...was....so...funny!" I gasped.
MASON FROSTCLIFF: He gasped for breath. “I’ve heard that there’s more to come!”
Kacey Carson: "Awesome! I might need an oxygen mask for that." I said, gasping for breath.
MASON FROSTCLIFF: "We both would," he agreed, then ate some more popcorn. "Hey, look at that! The brothers are meeting!"
Kacey Carson: I stuffed my mouth with popcorn as I watched.
MASON FROSTCLIFF: Mason snorted when a character made a stupid decision to go into the forest all by herself.
Kacey Carson: I grabbed the second container of popcorn and dug in.
MASON FROSTCLIFF: After about an hour into the movie, he whispered, "This is really living up to my expectations."
Kacey Carson: "I agree. I am SO glad my friend convinced me to come!"
MASON FROSTCLIFF: "Same," he agreed, eating a bit more popcorn. "Plus, this popcorn's really good. Five-stars."
Kacey Carson: "Defiantly!" I stuffed more popcorn in my mouth.
MASON FROSTCLIFF: When the final credits rolled in, he sighed. "Aw, I didn't want the movie to end."
Kacey Carson: "Noooo!!!! It can't be over!! The minions are to cute!!!"
MASON FROSTCLIFF: "You know what they say. All good things come to an end," he said, scowling.
Kacey Carson: "It's so annoying! Why do good things have to end!" I grumbled.
MASON FROSTCLIFF: He tried grabbing for more popcorn, looked down, then groaned. "Come on, not my popcorn too!"
Kacey Carson: "Same... "
MASON FROSTCLIFF: He sighed. "Well, we betetr get going now."
Kacey Carson: I looked at my watch. "Yeah. I have to go soon."
MASON FROSTCLIFF: "It was nice meeting you, Kacey!"
Kacey Carson: "Same, Mason!"
MASON FROSTCLIFF: Mason waved. “Bye!”
Kacey Carson: "Bye, Mason!" I said, waving. I then pulled out my crystal and leaped away.