Temporarily turning his attention away from Saix, he noticed the girl. Garnet, he thought was her name. He recalled Zidane talking about her a lot. "Hey... Um, i know i don't really know you, but I think Zidane spoke something of being late."
"Actually, he went here with me and he suddenly disappeared..." Her voice faltered, a thoughtful frown replacing her smile. She shook her head and her smile was back in place. "I'm Garnet!" She held out a hand for him.
He accepted her hand shake. "Yea. I know." He rolled his eyes. "He always seems to find time to go on and on about you." Demyx smiled. He could understand why he would. She seemed like such a nice girl.
"He does?" Garnet asked in disbelief, an eyebrow raised in amusement. "Isn't that interesting? He rarely talks about anything else except girls when he's with me." Maybe she should pull up that topic with Zidane once in a while.
"Oh...well, i mean..." Demyx then realized that maybe he shouldn't have said that. It was true that Zidane often went on about girls, but it always seemed that Garnet was the center of it. "Maybe you just need to make him a one women man. I am sure you can pull that off." He gave her a gentle smile. If anyone could get that boy in control she probably could.
Garnet shook her head, laughing behind a hand. "That's not possible, believe me," she told him lightly. She'd never really minded about Zidane and his girls. Well, except when he'd suddenly ditch her because of it. But usually, she doesn't. "He's too much of a womanizer that I probably won't be able to change him anymore. Besides, I like him better this way."
Demyx didn't really reply. Maybe she was right, he wasn't really sure. He hasn't know Zidane long, but since he has been at Lifestream High, which wasn't very long, he was sort of the first person to pay any sort of attention to him... Well, until he came to the party. "Well, i will be around... But if you will excuse me..."
Garnet waved at him, a smile kept on her lips. "Sure, I'll be all right here alone." She just hoped someone else she knows comes along. And fast.
"Oh you won't be alone, I'm still here." Tidus laughed. "How about I put on some music - Oh someone's knocking. Just a moment." He winked at her, and went to get the door.
"Uh, sure. Go ahead. This is your party after all." The girl blinked at him in surprise, watching Tidus answer the door. That was weird. She must've guessed she was standing near the foyer stupidly. She sighed, blowing her bangs off her forehead. This is probably going to be a long night.