Hurtful names? What is going on at the Cream and Sugar lately? People were rude to Rachel, and you’re being insulted… I’m so sorry.
Well, when you mess up someone’s order— that’s generally what happens. I—I don’t know. It really just doesn’t matter at this point. Anyways, how’ve you been, Quinn?
Kurt! Oh no. Why have things been stressful today? ):
Oh just… the cafe got out of hand— some… hurtful names were tossed around. Nothing major, really.
Today has been incredibly stressful.
I suppose I missed when everyone went clubbing— not that I was really invited… I’ve been working on an audition— then again, it turns out that I wasted my time doing so.
Oh, I’ve never been there. That’s a really original name, though. I’m sure it’s a very creative place. That’s not exactly what I meant, but it’s a start. Berry’s moderately hot, but she can’t seem to keep her trap shut for more than 2 seconds. Yep, my good old uncle Sean. The guy is a God.
Your sarcasm is astounding, you almost had me convinced. But it actually is rather creative, to be honest. It has a balcony on the inside— it’s really beautiful. O-oh, I.. Rachel is beautiful, yes. But I’m gay, so I’m afraid I can’t agree with your statement. Well, I mean, I can, but I wouldn’t be being truthful. Anyhow, that’s fantastic— that seems to be a popular place to work then, hmm?
Let me guess; you work at the Cream and Sugar cafe? Actors are cool, they get all the ladies. I bet it’s a fun job. I work at my uncle’s night club, the Dragonfly. I get to kick random people out and serve lovely ladies love potion all night. Honestly, it’s the best job ever.
Actually no. It’s just called The Cafe. Anyhow, I don’t know how many ladies I get, except… Rachel— but she’s my best friend and I’m afraid that’s not quite what you meant, was it? And that’s interesting, he owns it? I’m sure it’s a wonderful job.
I….uhm…no I haven’t exactly had the courage to submit any of my songs yet. Whenever I get the urge to, I go record it in my ghetto recording booth in my bedroom and then…I get the jitters and I’m too afraid to send it and get their feedback. I’m afraid of getting rejected or being told I’m horrible. Yes, that’s normally not me, I normally don’t care what people think of me. But I seriously get all nervous.
I just listened to that sample you posted, and you’re incredible, Blaine. You have absolutely nothing to be afraid of. And if they didn’t like your song— or voice, what’s the worse they could do?
Sweet, yeah, sure. Kurt Hummel. Your name sounds familiar. What do you do here in the city?
I work as a barista at a small cafe, but I mainly audition for any and every production that makes it’s way through or to New York. And yourself?
That actually sounds like quite a relaxing job and since I love cafes because they serve wonderful coffee and I’m obsessed with coffee, that would be a great job. But I’m too hyper and crazy to work at a cafe. That’s why the Nightclub is perfect for me. Yes well, thank you. You seem to be the only one who is able to truly appreciate how hard I work on these songs. I want to get into the business one day and actually sell them, produce them, record them. Be a singer. But I don’t even know if they are good enough.
It is quite relaxing, and the setting is beautiful— on the corner of a busy street. I enjoy it, really. But I’m glad that the nightclub seems to work for you, that’s probably the most important thing about a job— enjoying it. And oh? You want to pursue singing/song writing? That’s interesting and admirable. Have you ever.. submitted a song to someone— just for curiosity and perhaps a critique? Because you know, you never ever know, until you try.
Sorry then. I’m Puck. And you are hilarious.
Me? Oh, how sweet of you. But I’m afraid I was only being honest! And it’s a pleasure to meet you, Puck.