moutohora macaws chaser alone & tired
Fighting with Aonghas in the middle of a corridor hadn’t been his best moment, they’d exchanged harsh words that he didn’t mean, the boy hadn’t meant for the argument to occur it had just happened because as they approached the christmas holiday it was the last chance to take back what he’d done, but everything he’d worked for during this semester would be for not. He’d thought it over, ruining through the worst cases in his head, thinking about going back, telling people and trying to figure out his next step, but all in all Rory had to admit, he knew he was doing the right thing, it was just that Aonghas didn’t yet see it, and possibly would never see it. He sighed heavily as he watched his brother wandered off in the opposite direction, he’d apologise eventually to him for all of this, try to more calmly explain it, but for now he was just thankful the corridor was mostly empty, or well, he’d thought it was. Because at the opposite side of the corridor was Andi, the last person besides maybe Tristan that he would’ve wanted to see this argument. He knew she hated him, and he couldn’t help but still crush on her, she was beautiful after all. But, she still hated him, and he hardly wanted someone who disliked him to see any of that. He’d apologised for his behaviour towards her in the last semester and they were friendly enough, but he still knew that she didn’t like him much at all, and he could rather she hadn’t known this about him at all. He wanted to keep it between a few select people, and she’d likely just overheard part of that argument, ”How much ae that did ye hear?” he asked her with a tentative tone.