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Alexander

China was too big to fit inside my bag so here I was walking down the train station with a large white bear in my arms. Simply walking around tons of people made me remember how antisocial I was.

"Hi." A man smiled politely as he walked past me.

"Fuck off." I spoke and the man gave me a confused look but continued his walk to wherever he had been going.

This was why I always stayed inside.

Im not good with other humans.

A lady smiled at me as she passed by and I glared at her. She quickly averted her eyes and I internally pinched myself.

Be nice Alexander
I chanted in my mind over and over again as people walked past me. I nearly punched a guy when he bumped into my shoulder and didn't say anything.

"It's just a little crowded China it'll be okay soon." I mumbled to the teddy bear in my arms and I was certain that I must've looked skeptical. I finally found a somewhat empty bench to sit on and ignored the guys that were standng near. Although they did look like they could be around my age. I blushed furiously when two of them glanced in my direction and I immedietly turned my head. I sighed cautiously as I waited for the train to come but I could practically feel them staring into my soul.

"What the fuck are you looking at?" I hissed in irritation and one of the guys arched a pierced eyebrow my response.

"You're a rude one." He spoke more in an observing tone and I resisted the urge to shiver at the sound of his voice. It was deep and raspy. It was intimidating, and every cell in my body was screaming at me to run away as if the adrenaline rushing through my veins wasn't already enough.

"Shut up." I blurted not knowing what else to say as I subconsciously held onto china a bit tighter. The poor teddy bear was suffocating in my grasp but he was the only thing keeping me from biting the man that was now in front of me. I glared at his hand when he put it out in front of me.

"Im Alexander." He spoke and that caught my attention. "What's your name?" He spoke and I looked at his hand before looking back up at his ocean blue eyes.

We have the same name...cool

"I-" I was cut off by the sound of the train pulling up and I quickly grabbed my bag and stumbled over to the train in a rush. I don't have time for distractions I need to get out of here and find a place to sleep before the street lights cut on and I did not want to be out alone when it was dark.

Im tuff but im not that tuff.

The last thing I wanted was for some strange man to drag me to a dark alley and have his way with me.

When the doors to the train opened I quickly walked to the emptiest corner and face the window so I wouldn't have to look at anyone or notice how many people were in here.

"I never got your name."

I jumped when I heard a voice beside me and spun around quickly. The guy who's name was also Alexander was standing a good distance away from me. Close enough for me to hear him and far enough to make me feel comfortable.

"What." I muttered stupidly as I took in how beautiful he actually was. I could see him more clearly now because the lights in here weren't as dim as they were at the train station.

"He said he never got your name." Another guy spoke from beside him and I recognized him as one of the guys he had been with. He looked similar to Alexander very very similar as if they could be brothers but something was a little different about him I just couldn't put my finger on it. I watched curiously as the guy typed away on his phone before turning my attention back to Alexander.

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