TAORTB 1/3.The Adventures Of Ray The Babysitter.TAORTB 1/3.2 years ago in Humor More Like This
Ray was your average 17 old boy. He went to school like everyone else, he had big plans for his future, like any other teenager, and he was broke, so broke that it hurt every time he had to look in his (painfully) empty wallet. He wanted to buy a new, nice guitar and join his friend's band, become famous and make a lot of freaking cash.
That's why his dear, oh so lovely, mother set him up for a series of babysitting jobs, three to be more exact. Three freaking days in a row, like Ray didn't already have a lot of shit he needed to get done (sleeping, sleeping and maybe even sleep some more) but sometimes you need to sacrifice stuff in order to get cash, so Ray thought that it was (for once) necessary to give up on his precious sleep, just so that he could make himself some money, so that he could buy that beautiful guitar he'd been watching for weeks now.
But in order to make that dream come true, he needed to survive three household.
TAORTB 2/3.The Adventures Of Ray The Babysitter.TAORTB 2/3.2 years ago in Humor More Like This
Ray hadn't really been looking forward to his next babysitter job, he drenched his teenage angst with coke and a bag of chips he'd bought on his way home, playing Xbox with his best friend, Craig. Craig only laughed at his "misery" when Ray told him about the Way kids, especially when Ray tried to explain about Pedicone, because, come on, who could take a kid dressed in a rainbow coloured propeller cap seriously?
"You're going to have so much fun with the next kid, Ray. You should start working in a kindergarten or something."
Sometimes Ray hated Craig, because the bastard surely didn't understand what Ray was going through right now. He hadn't been at the Way's house, so he hadn't seen Gerard, the boy who sure as hell wanted to be Ray's valentine for the next 20 years, or Mikey, the lisping kid. Pure horror, at least from Ray's perspective.
He actually tried to hide from his mom the next morning, but no, she was to smart for believing in his simpl