"Well I keep mine hidden so I’d appreciate if if things could stay that way."
"Then we shouldn’t have a problem, since dark magic tends to work better against people I hate."
"I suppose I can deal with that for now."
"Dark magic? You don’t really seem like the type… Scary." She giggled and looked around the streets. "Is it normally this quiet."
"Only a sight bit. You can survive perfectly well without friends, I find." She shrugged then grinned, nodding. "I am too. And yes…I feel it. We’ll run it."
"Chester, I promise you that you’ll survive better with me at your side. Now! What should we do first." Tink looked around the street and frowned. "We should do something dramatic to draw attention to ourselves. How else will people know who we are?"
"Hmm…I didn’t find it too hard. Who needs friends really? Just insert yourself into people’s lives and you’re all sorted. Make an impact, but yes…friends. We’re friends now," she quirked a brow. "I fully agree with you there."
"It makes life a bit easier. Having friends I mean, it’s just smoother." She laughed and nodded with a grin. "Oh yes, I’m very good at inserting myself into people’s lives. Good. Chester, you and I are going to completely run this town. I can feel it."
"So your hidden talent is a little less hidden now that I know it probably has something to do with secrets, manipulation or something of the sort"
"Relax blondie, what I do ain’t all that jazzy anyway, and if you stay on my good side like you say you’re wonderful at then it wont ever concern you, promise."
"I never said that I keep my talents hidden. I’m a big fan of letting the world know that I can alter their emotions as I please. It really does come in handy. It’s not always necessary though. Most people just love me."
"Oh I assure you that I’ll stay on your good side. It’s fun and I’d way rather be friends with everyone then be enemies with them all."
"Yes. Ones that would blow your mind. Deep, dark secrets like the dinosaur footie pajamas I keep hidden in the back of my closet and wear on Christmas morning."
"If you ask me that seems to be purely awesome, not a deep dark secret. If I have dinosaur footie pajamas then I’d be sure to tell the world. I just have fluffy shorts."
"Excellent, I made myself a friend! Or something of a friend, depends what you consider a friend." She shrugged once more and chuckled. "Chester…reminds me of my parents when they shouted me every now and then. Not often. but they never bothered to call me Chessy. Just Chester. Fun facts."
"No no. You’ve made yourself a friend. God knows I need one around here. It’s hard to just move into a small town like this. Everyone already has their friends." Tinley frowned and shook her head at the fact she was given. "That’s stupid. Chester is a great name that should only be used for great things."