Cammy commented on Adonis's lack of upstanding character as the waiter brought their food. Virgil looked at the plate of chicken and vegetables sitting in front of him and was excited. He just hoped that Cammy enjoyed her meal as much as he was going to enjoy his.
Cammy continued talking about Adonis for a bit before the topic naturally transitioned away. To anyone looking from the outside, it was clear that the two were enjoying their date, laughing at comments every so often and otherwise just smiling.
As the meal came to a close, the waiter brought the check. I should really just do the gentlemanly thing and pay here...
. Even with having grown up in a household of two dads, Virgil was in a lot of ways a man's man, and the man paid for dinner. It took a little convincing, but Virgil was eventually able to convince Cammy to let him pay.
As they left, Cammy commented on her heels. Virgil had always been confused by the shoes. Sure, they made girls seem taller and longer in the legs, and that wasn't something that Virgil objected to, but they just looked so... uncomfortable. When he had turned twelve, his dads had tried to convince him that he should at least know how to walk in them, but Virgil didn't want to deal with the massive discomfort the shoes seemed like they would cause.
"Ready for the night of our lives?"
"Fuck yeah! Tonight's going to be perfect!"
Carpe diem, quam minimum credula postero.
As much as Virgil was still nervous about tomorrow, tonight was his for the taking.
(Virgil Jefferson-Davis continued in Nox Mirabilis