Night at the nightclub || Raina & Sanjana
Raina ran her fingers across the items in her closet as she decided what to wear on the night out with Sanjana. She stopped abruptly on an article of clothing. Articles. A loose white tank and a pair of skinny black jeans. She approved them with a smile and starting pulling them on. Her initial thought was to grunge down the look, but then she thought about what Sanjana must be wearing. After all, this was the first time the girlies where going somewhere! She decided to retain her messy look but glam it up a little. Raina then ruffled her already styled her around a bit. It was curled loosely and she ruffled it to amp up the messiness.
“I’m waiting for you outside,” read the text on Raina’s phone. Sanjana, she smiled. She was glad that despite living in the Mafia, Roy’d let them disperse slightly so to cover from all angles. She lived alone, and that could both be a good, and a bad thing. Raina hurriedly applied her makeup - albeit perfectly. She thought to leave her lips bare, just with a hint of nude because her eyes were smoked. She texted Sanjana that she’d be there in 2 minutes as she stepped into her heels and pulled on her jacket.
Raina hurried down the steps and out the door. She swiftly locked it as she made her way to Sanjana’s awaiting car. She leaned slightly forward into the already-open window and smiled, “Hey. Ready to go?”
A bit worried if people would get disturbed of the Zero Hour Mashup blasting through the speakers of her car, Sanjana turned the volume a bit low as she was singing along. “Boom boom shot shot, marenge saari raat. Mere iss pe.” The girl was singing her lungs out. Even though her voice was really bad, singing was her passion and nobody could stop her from doing that. Placing her hand on her forehand, and leaning on her seat, every five seconds Sanjana looked at the door to see if Raina was coming out. Finally after two minutes, what seemed like ages, the girl could see Raina walking towards the car.
When Raina leaned forward in to the open window, Sanjana turned off the music, to make the voice of Raina clear for herself. She didn’t want to hear only half of the stuff the girl was saying, but every word. Besides, it would really seem rude towards Raina. “Ofcourse I am, I was ready since one hour ago.” Sanjana answered laughing as she opened the door, while sitting, so that Raina can get in.