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 Invisible bruises 

"Excuse me," Hunter tried to push her way through the crowd of people. Bam was already out of sight but she knew exactly where he was headed.

After some shoving and pushing she finally found her way to Ryan's room. She raised her hand to knock but she hesitated. Maybe this wasn't such a good idea after all.

"Fuck it," she mumbled and knocked. She waited patiently but there was no response from Bam, maybe he just couldn't hear her over the loud music.

She knocked again, louder this time.

"Leave me the fuck alone Missy."

Hunter frowned, what to do now? She knocked again.

She heard footsteps coming her way and not many moments later Bam swung the door open, "I said leave me..." Bam stopped talking when he realized it was Hunter instead of Missy.

"Sorry, I thought you were someone else.." he said frowning. He didn't mean to sound so rude.

Hunter stared at her feet awkwardly. "It's okay."

Bam smiled a little and took a sip of the drink in his hand. He hadn't even been here for more than an hour, but he was already drunk.

"So, what are you doing here all alone," she asked, looking into Ryan's room. She immediately noticed all the bottles of beer he had stacked in the corner.

Bam's smile dropped a little, "It's a long story..."

Hunter bit her lip and smiled, "I have all night."

She was curious, what did Missy do to make him so pissed?

Bam was hesitant, he wasn't 'good' at talking, at least not about himself and his own problems.

Not that he ever got the chance anyway, the only one he could really talk to was his mom, but ever since he started dating Missy, he barely saw her anymore.

"We don't have to talk.. We can just sit here together and drink," Hunter said when Bam took too long to answer. 

Bam looked up at her and nodded. He stepped aside to let her in.

Hunter smiled and walked straight to Ryan's bed and layed down on it, "parties make me tired," she groaned.

Bam chuckled and sat down on a chair, propping his feet on the bed.

"People make me tired," Bam sighed while he took a swig from his drink.

Hunter glanced at him but he didn't look back. His face held some sort of pain, one Hunter couldn't quite describe.

"You're bruises are fading...," Hunter said, "unfortunately."

Bam looked at her confused, "unfortunately?"

She let out a soft laugh, "yeah.. They made you look freaking badass."

Hunter watched as Bam shook his head and finished the last of his drink with an amused smile, "seriously Hunter.."

"Maybe we should fight, you know, so you can punch me a black eye?" He suggested jokingly while he grabbed another beer from the corner and drank it.

"No," she laughed while she put her hands up in defense, "I was just kidding.."

"Well good," he smirked, "you wouldn't be able to beat me anyway," he said, taking another sip from his drink.

Hunter gasped while she looked at him in disbelief, "excuse me Mr. Margera..," she sat up straight, "don't you dare underestimate my powers," she stood up and crossed her arms over her chest.

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