What it says on the box. Nothing too disturbing, though...
"Hey!" Bob said. "I bet Frankie here has never played 'truth or dare' before..." He grinned at Frank, who looked a little petrified. The thing is, Bob was so right. Frank had, in fact, never played 'truth or dare' (or any similar game, for that matter) before. He was a little unsure of what should, could, would happen. He had absolutely no idea what to expect. Gerard gave Frank a smile which Frank couldn't really read. What did it mean?
"NO WAY!" Mikey exclaimed. He was always up for fun. Ray grinned like an idiot. "Do you want to, Frankie?" Gerard asked in a kind voice. Frank was fairly new to their group, and was still getting used to them, so Gerard always tried to make him fit in. They all did, actually.
"Well, let's go, bitches," Frank grinnned at them. He suddenly felt a little more confident.
"Okay, I'll start," Bob grinned at Ray, asking: "Truth or dare?" "Dare," Ray replied. Bob grinned. "I dare you to read the fith text message in your inbox out loud to us all," he said. Ray groaned. He nervously searched his inbox for his fith text message. It read: 'Ray. I was wondering if you were single. You are really cute and I have been wondering if you wanted to come by my house for some coffee or something? You could meet my parents? Oh, I should tell you, they kind of think we are together. So... Call me later? xoxo'.
There was a brief silence, followed by outbursts of uncontrollable laughter.
"Who the hell was that from?" Frank asked. Ray blushed. "I don't want to say," he replied, embarrassed. Mikey quickly snatched Ray's phone, and read who it was from. His eyes grew to the size of Jupiter. "You are NEVER gonna believe who sent this," he said. "It was Bert," he continued. "Mccracken?" Gerard asked. "Yeah," Mikey replied, as they all laughed again. "Ugh. WHY did I ever agree to this? I hate you assholes!" Ray piped up. "Naw... You love us, Ray," Bob said. "Apparently just not as much as Bert," Frank added.
They all laughed again. Ray decided it was time to shift the attention away from himself a little. "So, Mikey," he said. Everyone calmed down a bit. Mikey looked at Ray. "Truth or dare?" Ray asked. "Uhm... Truth?" Mikey replied. He wasn't really all that shy. Ray grinned. "Have you ever had a thing for a teacher? I mean, except for that English sub we had last year. EVERYONE had a thing for her," Ray said. All the boys made appreciative sounds of agreement. Mikey looked a little hesitant before his reply, but he did answer, because, like I said, he wasn't all that shy. "Yeah, well... Uhm... That art teacher, miss Alicia Simmons... She is kinda cute," he half blushed. Everyone smiled at him. "Nice," Bob replied, holding out his fist for Mikey to bump. Mikey did, and Ray rolled his eyes.
Mikey cleared his throught, and turned to Gerard. "Truth or dare, bro?" he asked. "Dare," Gerard replied. He secretly hoped Mikey would take it easy on him, and he figured it might be less embarresing than truth. An evil grin creeped up on Mikey's face. "I dare you to call up Bert. You have to tell him you would appreciate it if he left Ray alone, because Ray is your boyfriend," he said. "Oh. Easy peasy pumpkin peasy, pumpkin pie," he replied. He searched his phone for Bert's number, after withholding his caller ID. He dialed it on speakerphone. Everyone knew to keep very quiet.
Bert answered surprizingly quickly."Hello?" Bert said. "Hi," came Gerard's reply. "I understand you've taken an interest in Ray?" he continued. Everyone grinned. There was a short silence, before Bert cleared his throught. "Who wants to know?" he asked nervously. "Well, you see..." Gerard started. "I am Ray's boyfriend, Gabe. I would appreciate it if you left my Ray alone, Sugar. We are more than happy," he said. He felt a little proud of himself. He sounded rather convincing. Everyone was still grinning broadly. There was another silence, even more brief than the previous one, before Bert replied. "Well... CRAP!" he exclaimed. He sounded a little hurt. It became very hard for everyone not to burst out laughing. Gerard sudenly felt a little guilty, so he just said "Bye." and hung up quickly.
Then everyone laughed and praised Gerard. Gerard smiled. He turned to Frank. "Okay, Frankie. Your turn," he said. "Truth or dare?" Frank looked a little nervous. "Dare," he replied. "Okay. I dare you to pick anyone at random and make out with them," he grinned. Frank blushed slightly, but he didn't even really hesitate. He pulled Gerard closer, and kissed him. To his surprize, Gerard smiled and kissed him back. Gerard draped his arms around Frank's neck, and Frank flung his arms around Gerard's hips, pulling him closer. Their lips kept brushing, and then they both opened their mouths slightly, to allow their tongues to collide. Gerard started tracing his fingers in tiny patterns over Frank's neck and through Frank's hair. They made out for a bit longer than was probably strictly necessary, then finally parted. They smiled, blushing. "Now I finally had an excuse to do that," Frank grinned, before quickly pecking Gerard's lips a final time.
They both resumed their original positions. Everyone stared at them with their jaws dropped. Mikey finally broke the silence. "Gerard," he started. "Hmm?" Gerard replied. "We are brothers. We are only separated by ten months. We usually talk about everything. EVERYTHING..." Mikey said. "Yeah. Your point?" Gerard hastily replied. "How is it then possible you never told me you would kiss a guy like that?" Mikey asked. "Like what?" Gerard asked, even though he actually had the feeling he knew what Mikey meant. "Dude, like it means, like, something...?" Bob said. "Exactly!" Mikey replied. Gerard and Frank locked eyes, then looked down at treir laps, blushing. "Guess it never came up," he shrugged.
Frank decided to take his own turn. "Bob," he said. "Truth or dare?" Bob didn't even think about it. "TRUTH!" he all but screamed out. "No way anyone is catching me like that!" he said seriously. Everyone grinned. "Okay," Frank replied. "Did you find that hot?" he smirked. Frank and Gerard winked at each other, and Bob looked down at his lap uncomfortably. Everyone laughed.
Deep down they all knew they would be playing 'truth or dare' rather often, even though they "complained" about the things they sometimes had to admit or do.