Mai took her order and glared at Mako. She felt childish once again, but she didn’t want to admit she had a thing for Bolin. How embarrassing would that be? She finally decided to speak, “Well.. Do you have anything to say for yourself?” She said in an authoritative tone that made people know what line of family she came form.
Mako examined the menu, coming across the beverages list. ‘…Cactus juice?’ He wondered. ‘That must be knew.’ Mako sighed and turned to the waitress, instead he decided to order the usual. Which wasn’t really the usual, but whatever he actually knew of. He handed the menu to the waitress and muttered a quaint ‘Thank you’. Mako looked at Mai with an odd expression on his face. He quirked an eyebrow as he leaned back into the worn out red fur. With crossed arms, he replied. ”What do you mean?”
Mai crossed her arms and leaned forward, it could be seen easily from everyone in the dinner that she was seething. “Well, you were quite rude to me when I asked a simple question” she hissed, and leaned back. The waitress awkwardly came back with their drinks and Mai snatched hers and began drinking away. “You owe me an apology” she stated.
Mako scoffed as he did the same. Her bluntness astounded him. ”An apology!? Now, what exactly did I do?” He questioned. All he did was point out that she was..blushing. ‘Or was it more than that?’ He wondered.
Mai huffed, of course he would be stuck up and all rude, she thought. “I asked a simple question, and you became nosy, and were very rude to me, and you made it quiet clear that you have no interest in me knowing, or talking to your brother. I didn’t know you controlled him. My bad maybe I’ll send in a request next time, to please you.” she hissed.
”Well,excuse me for looking out for my brother.” He snapped. After all, he only knew her for what, a total of 5-6 hours? Who knew. He wasn’t keeping track. He scoffed at her inquiries. He was only looking out for his brother. Him doing his own.. brotherly deeds. He barely knew her.