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One Meter Per Second IIMs. Lalonde sipped from her wine glass, quietly staring at Dave from across the table. "Well?""Well, what?" Dave knew she was asking how his day went, but he didn't really want to go into any more detail than he had to.Rose kicked Dave from under the table. "Mmf!" he covered his mouth to keep from yelling. Rose crossed her arms, "Dave, you know very well what she means. Just answer her."Dave often wondered how the two of them could ever be related sometimes, what with Rose's proper behaviour and manners and his complete and utter lack thereof. He sighed, pushing his shades up the bridge of his nose. It had become somewhat of a habit for Dave. He never realized when he'd start to do it, unless Rose or Jade pointed it out first. "It was fine. Community service, what else is there? Do you really even have to ask?""Don't be rude," Rose commented, sighing as well. She was really beginning to get stressed over how her brother had been acting over the past few years. It finally caught up
One Meter Per Second One Meter Per Second : Part OneA Homestuck AU.Dave Strider used to be a cool kid. He had a lot of dorky friends, had a silly, sweet girlfriend and a kind, supportive sister. He had everything a cool kid could ever want and sometimes more, if you considered his insane yet ironic gang leader bro, a puppet filled house and swords in the kitchen more. But Dave Strider was no longer a cool kid. He stopped being one ever since he took a turn on the wild side. He stopped being a cool kid the minute he smoked his first cigarette, had his first beer and trashed his first hotel room, leaving his date with the damage.He wondered where it all went wrong, but he already knows the answer. Things were never the same since his bro died. Gang fights, you know how they go. Someone always has to get hurt. Dave never thought for one minute that it would be his bro, though. Even though he gave him a hard time, Dave always looked to him as strong and unbeatable. Someone who carried around