"Well, if this isn't my lucky day!" Terrence, didn't know who in the hell his son was with. He hoped his Taffy hadn't settled for the likes of a native. But this was no time, to make a big deal about it.
He scooted in next to Brick and put his arm around him.
Instantly, Brick pushed him off. Told him he smelled funny.
Terrence only laughed.
"Who's this?" He looked at the fellow, who had to be a bit younger than Taffy.
"That's Omaha, I told you..who I was with." Brick reminded him.
"Oh." About then, his cousin brought him a soda. "I don't guess..I know all your Mom's friends."
"I think we met before," Omaha winced with a goofy smile.
"Did we?" Terrence went right to Brick's burger, even if the kid wasn't quite finished with it. He stole the rest of his fries too.
Omaha nodded. Said, it was back in high school. "Before, Brick."
"That was a long time ago." Terrence acknowledged. Hopefully, they wouldn't think he had the munchies, but he couldn't help it.
"So how's that mom of yours, kiddo?" He rubbed the top of Brick's head with his greasy fingers.
Brick swelled up as if he didn't want him touching him, anymore.
"She's a wacko." Terrence couldn't help, laughing about it.
"She's on a date." Brick informed him.
"A date?" Terrence laughed a little harder, "Hell, that dude doesn't know what he's in for." He grinned. That's when he started telling both of them about his ex, being bipolar.