I'm a Rambler, I'm a Gambler
"I'm a long way from home," Edward sang, swinging his beer back and forth with everyone else in the bar. If his mates in Ardmore heard him slurring along with some American cover band in an "Irish" pub—called so because of the O'Something name over the door and the shamrockery lining the walls—they'd never have let him live it down.
The crowd let out a roar as the lead singer belted out a final note, and then the stage went blissfully silent. A fifteen-minute break wasn't long enough, as far as Edward was concerned. The weekend had only begun, but he had a feeling he was in for hours on end of "Irish" bands butchering the songs of his people.
"They don't even know what they're singin' about." He plopped his mug back on the bar and started to kick his stool away for a stumble to the bathroom.
"Were you talking to me?"
He almost didn't answer, but just as he was about to walk away, he caught sight of the girl who'd spoken.
Well, then. Long, glossy dark hair in curls down her back. Big, brown eyes wide and waiting. Shit. Did she have to be so pretty?
"Ah, no. Just addressin' the universe in general."
The girl looked into her beer and smiled. "Oh. Okay."
Except those big, brown eyes cut over to watch him. Maybe he wasn't dismissed at all. The only problem was, he really needed to take a piss, and if he hung around long enough to find out if she wanted him to stay or go, he'd likely embarrass himself.
"Save my seat?"
She shrugged and nodded. "If no one better looking comes along, sure."
Edward drew himself up to his full height, jaw unhinged. "Think you're likely to find someone better lookin' than me?"
The girl turned and gave him the once-over, color seeping high into her cheeks. Her words burned hotter than her blush. "We're in one of the biggest cities in the world. Statistically speaking, there are probably millions of men in the metro area that are better looking. At least thousands. Now, whether or not they're looking for a stool in this particular bar is another story. You're probably safe, but don't stay gone too long."
So, yeah. We're two girls who love hurling (ancient Irish sport), camogie (the girls' version of hurling), and Edward Cullen. We'll try to give definitions here and there. If you're already a hurling fan, give us a shout!