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He was tired from working but he felt like he needed to go on and eat something. He did not feel like bothering his wife about cooking so he was going to go out into hogsmeade and see what he could get into. That was when he bumped into a young man.
Arlo didn't want to be outside in this weather, but he had to go to the shops and get more milk pudding. Technically, it was Michelle's turn to go grocery shopping but he didn't want her to judge him because of his addiction to pudding. Hey, he could be addicted to worse things, but even his younger sister had started shaming him for his unhealthy obsession.
He walked into town and had his mind set on getting the milk pudding and then going back home as quickly as possible before he had to go to work for the night shift. Suddenly somebody bumped into him and he took a step back and looked at the other man. "It's okay", he said though it wasn't, he hated people who didn't pay attention where they were going. "Do I know you?", he asked after another beat. Something about the other man seemed similiar but he couldn't place it.
One of those faces. He didn't exactly catch the joke but he froze when the other man said his name. "Jung?", he repeated. That was Michelle's last name. And Michelle had mentioned an older brother... How did he manage to run into his room mate's brother, when he was just trying to stay in his lane?
"I'm Charles Quincey, I... umm.. I think, I know your sister? Michelle?" It came out as more of a question than an information and he was actually thinking about just running away before he could say anything stupid but for some reason - probably the little bit of manners he had - he stayed.
he said, the well he would not describe it as disappointment persay but that worked, disappointment evident in his voice. It was not because he wanted to keep his sister little, no she was well grown but simply because he had not been given the chance to meet the young man first.