Jiyong blinked, before smacking Seunghyun’s shoulder and mumbling something to himself before getting in the passenger’s seat and bitterly clicking his seat belt into place.
“Okay, just don’t crash my car, hobo.”
Before driving off he gave Ji a sideways glance and twisted the steering wheel in unimaginable ways, “Don’t tell me what to do.” With that he pulled out and began his venture on the streets for a sushi place.
Jiyong tilted his head to the side when Top slid into the driver’s seat, tapping on the window and opening the door
of his perfectly fine car that ran just like it should and was therefore not as crappy as some people might think it would be.
“Did you forget that you can’t drive?” He inquired, leaning on the car door and tugging on his arm to pull him out.
“No, I just figured there was nothing to lose.” Seunghyun said referring to the car
that looked like crap and wasn’t worth the effort Jiyong put into it because the window rolled down by itself just now and the locked door just magically opened.
He stuck the key in the ignition and started it up. “Get in.” He patted the passengers seat gesturing for Jiyong to get in the car.
Jiyong quirked an eyebrow when he noticed that Seunghyun took an interest in the sound of his keys, pulling them completely out of his pocket and dangling them in front of the other teacher with a playful smile.
“Are you like a cat?” He mused, walking in the direction of the parking garage.
Seunghyun snatched Jiyong’s keys and shoved them inside his own pocket, rolling his eyes he scoffed, “You must be new.” They both walked to the parking garage and Seunghyun hopped into Jiyong’s old man car and started it up.