How dare you tease me, lie to me. You were so convincing, the way you batted your lashes when you asked me to dance, rubbed your breasts against mine. Your fingers traced up and down my arm; your head rested on my shoulder before you tilted your chin up and kissed me. Soft and light at first, acting insecure. Then your tongue pushed between my teeth. I pinned you against the bar, eager to taste more. But you pushed me away, laughed, walked towards the door to meet your smirking boyfriend. You collected a wad of cash as you left.