Justin’s couldn’t help but blush even more once she placed a kiss on his cheek. “You gotta stop making me do this blushing thing. It doesn’t look too good on me.” He said in a joking manner and winked. A smirk slithered onto Justin’s face and he gave her a small nod. “Yes, confidence indeed. It’s good to have, you know.” He laughed shortly after his words. He rolled his eyes playfully at her and then let a gasp out from his lips at her soft hit to his arm. “Someone’s getting feisty.” Justin grinned at her and nudged her playfully with his elbow. He couldn’t remember the last time he’d smiled this much. His cheeks were beginning to grow sore from smiling so much, but he didn’t mind. She was great at making him smile, and he hoped that he was the same to her. He smiled softly at her and did a small shrug. “Just a little bit. I can’t help myself.” He said, responding to him being protective. He had always been the protective type, about everything. Especially when it came to people he cared about.
Justin stiffened a little at her response, then eventually caved in and smiled. At least she wasn’t freaking out about him calling this night a date. He grinned and laughed at her next words, shaking his head in response. “Please, you look great. I mean, when do you ever not look great?” Justin’s voice softened, but the smile stayed plastered onto his face. He held onto her hands tighter as he skated around the rink, picking up his pace slightly. “So, this is a date then?” He questioned her, his eyebrows raising. “Because if it was, then I’d be totally cool with that.” He laughed softly to himself, glancing down at their feet as they skated then bringing his eyes back up to meet hers.
Selena thought Justin’s blushing was the cutest thing ever, she didn’t know why he didn’t like it. “Oh hush, it’s adorable.” Selena shook her head at Justin talking about confidence. “Don’t have too much, people will just think your plain cocky. I thought that at first.” She said with a laugh. Selena was confident most times. But sometimes she felt like she wasn’t good enough to do something, probably the reason why she gives up so easily on something. Selena made a shocked face. “Feisty? Me? Never, psh.” She smirked and laughed. Justin had the cheesiest smile, it made her smile also. She liked seeing him happy. She liked knowing someone could make her happy and that she can make them happy back also. “I think that’s cute. But then again I think everything you do is cute.” Selena felt slightly embarrassed by saying that. She wasn’t supposed to say that out loud but it just came out.
Selena bit down at her bottom lip wondering if she had said something wrong that made him stiffen. Then she felt relief that he smiled. It made her cheeks red and she smiled back. She shook her head denying his response. “I don’t look great in the morning, I look like a tornado hit me.” She said joking. She felt him holding her hand tightly and she didn’t mind the fact that he was going a little bit faster while skating now. “I guess it is. That is, if you don’t mind.” Once Justin had said that he was cool with it about being a date she looked at him. “Hey, at least it wasn’t a terrible date I can say so far. I had fun, besides falling and making my butt hurt.”
Need some towels?
Nah, I think I’m good for now. I gave her to my mom.
I highly doubt that.
I look weird with my pants pulled up. It’s like I’m a totally different person.
I’m just saying. Whoever told you to start sagging deserves to be punished.
I’m beginning to debate on whether you are my friend, or my mother.
@SelenaGomez: they ask me what I do and who I do it for…