Judging from that Jedi robe he loves so much, it was Master Yoda. Hey, you know, you should look around his place. Maybe you can find yourself a brand new lightsaber! But actually, you better look for a normal straight guy without all that pretense.”
“And where exactly am I supposed to find him?” Rain loved Dave, but she hated when he started making fun of her boyfriend. She got used to being his muse and she could live with that Klimt thing and even Vince’s cat! Why couldn’t Dave just accept him?
“You won’t find anyone adequate on those bohemian parades.” Dave made a sign to the waiter, requesting the check.
“Can you be a little more serious?” Rain shook her head and her hair glanced with every shade of ginger. “I love him!”
“In fifth grade you loved Mark Sutton just as much. And then, he peed into the swimming pool!”
Rain laughed. Dave was so uncompromising in his Vince denial.
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But he will definitely change his mind as soon, as the whole world accepts Klimt’s... no, Vince’s talent. As Klimt’s follower, not as his reincarnation.
Rain found the key under the doormat as she usually did. She got used to coming here, taking this key and opening the door. Vince usually couldn’t hear the doorbell, he love to listen music very loud. And he could be so preoccupied with his work, sometimes he didn’t notice her coming in. He was supposed to be finishing his latest work now. That’s why Rain decided to surprise him. She could clearly hear “Princes of the Universe” playing behind the door.
Rain came inside and looked around. The painting was untouched. Hm... that was strange - Vince wasn’t a big fan of procrastination. Everything else was at its usual places. The pieces of cloth, the brushes and a reversed chair, which Rain didn’t quite understand. She liked to think that it was helping Vince attract inspiration. As every artist, he had some