“Did you happen to spend a moment in thought before you let them crack open the giant cans of Monster?” Hoya asked, staring at the other man in disbelief.
“No,” the new wolf said miserably. “Woohyun was excited by it and I didn’t think it would matter.” He stared forlornly at the large ball of fur that happened to be a pair of vicious werewolves rolling around with one another like puppies. Dongwoo untangled himself from the other wolf and nipped at his ear playfully before bounding off in the other direction. The other wolf shook and stood offering a bark before leaping after him.
“Well,” Hoya told him, “I would say that since this is your fault, you are in charge of keeping them from barreling into town until this wears off.”
Nodding, Sungkyu easily accepted his fate as babysitter of two creatures that easily stood as tall as a man’s shoulders. As if drawn by the acceptance, Woohyun skidded to a stop, his paws digging deep into the soft earth to stop his momentum. He offered his mate a summoning bark and a wag of his tail that looked out of place on a creature built for destruction. Sighing Sungkyu trudged off the steps and out towards the forest where the two played.
His yelp was distinctive as he was mauled from the side by the auburn blur that was Dongwoo, the wolf scrambling away before the man could retaliate. Joining his playmate, Dongwoo stood just behind Woohyun as the larger wolf crouched, wagged his tail, and yipped in Sungkyu’s direction. Sungkyu, who had managed to upright himself, couldn’t hide his smile at the playful gesture and pretended to look uninterested for a moment before launching himself at his mate. Man and beast collided in a tangle of limbs, rolling to the forest floor in a form of wrestling that few ever were privy too.
Dongwoo looked back to the porch where Hoya still stood and gave a hopeful wag of his tale. “Dream on,” Hoya told him, crossing his arms in refusal. The wolf watched him for a moment before giving a canine shrug and leaping to join the tussle already occurring nearby.
“So,” Myungsoo, who had observed the entire thing from the safety of the porch swing. “How long do you think it will take him to figure out that with our metabolism any effects from the energy drink were gone almost as soon as they felt them?”
Hoya laughed. “I don’t know, but I’m not going to tell him.”
AN: Well this is the only one I am going to be posting tonight. May I just say that SME pisses me off more and more day by day and LJ does the same.... ggggrrrrrrrrrr.... Guess who is getting a Dreamwidth up and running just in case this thing goes anymore to crap...