"Yes I think so, sweetheart." he said smiling, the boy he had in front of him was just a piece of art to admire. Charming and good looking, a bit like himself except he was the exact opposite, it was strange but he liked that. "Come on, you gotta admit you look pretty cute smiling, don’t you?" he said with yet another smile, apparently all he could do was smile each time Jason did something cute. "They might kill someone but I don’t work on anyone, just people who get my attention, like you did" he said with another wink. Nicholas was hoping the two could hang out soon, Jason had this amazing looks and personality and if it wasn’t for them meeting not so long ago, he would have kissed him. "We should do this again some time, hang out" he smiled and then started drinking his coffee.
— Sweetheart. My gosh, Nicholas really had a way with words. Even the simplest of compliments could make the necromancer swoon- ever since he’d met Death, it wasn’t hard to make him blush. Death was equally as charming as Nicholas was, but Jason didn’t quite feel for death how he felt for Nicholas. He’d only ever had a one night stand with Death, which involved him being thrown out afterward, but he could definitely see himself actually feeling something for his new acquaintance. Perhaps it was far too early to be thinking like that, but he didn’t really care. If love at first sight was real, well, Jason had just found his soulmate. “To be honest, I think my smile looks rather ordinary. Yours, however, is very adorable.” he responded, shrugging his shoulders slightly. “I definitely agree. I was actually hoping that you’d want to hang out with me again. A-are you free this evening? Because I have nothing to do for the rest of the day and there are tons of horror films back up in my apartment that are begging to be watched.” the younger male said, grinning. Scary movies led to cuddling, cuddling led to kissing. Kisses led to second dates, third dates, and so on. He couldn’t wait. He brought the cup up to his pale lips and took a sip.
NAME: Stefan Carrington, more commonly known as Death.
SPECIES: Human, immortal.
AGE: Unknown, looks to be in his early thirties.
DATE OF BIRTH: Unknown.
POWER(s): Necromancy, darkness manipulation, the ability to teleport, the ability to hypnotize, heightened senses, fire manipulation, the ability to induce fear on someone.
RELATIONSHIP STATUS: Single.
SEXUAL ORIENTATION: Pansexual.
FACE CLAIM: Matt Bomer.
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"Oh really? I think you would have made a great doctor" said with a soft smile on his face "I’m sure you would have gotten all the attention if we studied the same career, I mean, you don’t get to see a pretty face like yours everyday" he said cheekily and then without realizing it, licked his lips. An old habit of his, he was most likely to do it in front of good looking people and man, was Jason a pretty face. "I’m not, I’m just pointing the truth, Jas" said giving Jason a nickname, hoping he wouldn’t mind. He felt the soft kiss to his cheek. "There you go, that was a good payment, in deed"
— “You think so? I probably would have made a decent one, if I wasn’t so squeamish…” it was strange because he was so used to death and such, blood didn’t bother him as much, just excessive amounts of it; like spurting and such. “Oh, stop…” he said, continuously blushing. “I’m pretty sure any girl or guy for that matter would kill to have a handsome doctor like yourself working on them… I would.” after he licked his lips, Jason could have sworn he could have melted right then and there. They had only been talking for around fifteen minutes and Jason was already hoping that they could hang out again. The other male was so charming and incredibly tempting. Had they not been in a public place, he probably would have bolted across the table and kissed him for every compliment he let out. “I’m glad I could repay you…” the waitress came with their drinks and sat them down. He reached over and grabbed his own, wrapping both of his medium hands around the cup, admiring the radiating warmth.
— “O-oh my God…
Why was I not invited?”
— “T-that’s pretty hot…”
“I'd say a man is someone who is honest, strong-minded, moral, genuine, just a good human being.”