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"M-maybe," Jozsef started, though paused, "Maybe call soon… ask for the ticket." He wasn’t sure if that would actually make much of a difference, but he hoped Liam could get a seat with them at least. Liam gave a shrug, waiting to speak after he’d finished his bite of moon pie.

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Andrew, it's been awhile.

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Sure has been. Ya excited ‘bout fall startin’ up?

The many colors of the leaves are beautiful in the Blue Ridge. I am ready for that much of fall. 

I’m guessing you’re excited for fall?

Yep. I got all kinds’a festivals in th’ fall. It’s th’ best time’a th’ year far as I’m concerned. Ya got any special plans?

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Jozsef fumbled but caught the moon pie, nodding at the suggestion. The teen was still a little put off from the previous interaction, though tried to push past that. He liked the cola there even if it was super sweet, as were all their sweets, so he was willing to try this combo. It was nice to have something to get his mind off what just happened anyway, so he took a soda and popped the tab.

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Andrew, it's been awhile.

Sure has been. Ya excited ‘bout fall startin’ up?

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Liam knew what Andrew was thinking already—there was no reason Liam didn’t see his fellow states when in America he was doing triple the miles just to see friends. At the order to sit and get comfortable, Liam tossed his bag on the floor by the couch and took a seat, looking at Jozsef who awkwardly sat on the other side of the couch and took his shoes off again, blushing red. It surprised him to think Burgenland would befriend such a tough, harsh guy like Andrew. He seemed so shy… But then again, Andrew was a quiet guy too. He smiled, looking to Jozsef, “So, how’s America for you?”

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In his confusion over Jozsef being there, Liam realized he hadn’t spoken at all and instead waited for Andrew to continue the conversation—woops. “Oh, no, no, I know him,” Liam smiled at his friend, looking to Jozsef, “Jozsef is my uh, cousin? Yes, I think that’s what we agreed on.”

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Andrew was more than a little skeptical of the business-like manner in which the two “cousins” shook hands. Something about the chill between them felt a little off, but it wasn’t exactly his place to critique their weird family. Europeans were strange, but the creepy forced smile Liam wore was even more unnerving. Andrew felt a small chill go down his spine as he answered, wondering if there was a sinister plot being hatched beneath that grin. Did he do something to anger Liam?

"I found ‘im," he explained with his usual degree of helpfulness as he eyed scary Tyrol carefully for any hint of greater mental instability. "He wasn’ doin’ nothin’ so I decided we should hang out. Now we’re friends." Andrew’s eyes swiveled to Jozsef as Liam laughed at his own joke. "Wait, there’s only nine of ya? Is it a really big country or somethin’?" That might explain why the states barely knew each other—sometimes it was difficult traveling thousands of miles across country!

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 The moment Jozsef turned to inquire about the person at the door, he knew the mood had shifted. What had been a peaceful afternoon was now tense and very much interrupted, and he could feel it cutting into the air with each slap of Andrew’s foot.

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Tennessee was actually rather pleasant in mid September. Liam was enjoying his trip to Andrew’s—a trip he actually planned for next week with Andrew but, well, here he was. Liam missed him a lot, and it was hard to wait to go see him, but he tried to take his time driving through (also trying not to get lost. He had to check the map a lot, and his GPS was always blaring directions at him.)

It was late afternoon when he arrived, seeing as he wouldn’t have gotten up any earlier than late morning. He parked, got his bag out of the back seat, and shoved his phone in his pocket. He rang the doorbell, not wanting to just walk in when he hadn’t given prior notice.

Little did he know that Andrew had company already, with someone whom Liam was familiar with. A bright blue eyed boy looked up from the television, looking back toward the door with a nervous expression. “Were… were you expecting someone?” Jozsef turned to Andrew. Maybe it was just the mail?

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TENNESSEE WHERE ARE YOOOOUU????
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If yer still havin’ trouble gettin’ here, I’ve found google maps usually does a pretty good job pointin’ ya in th’ general direction.