He shook his head, “On the house.” He smiled. He was nearly positive Liv would object to that but he’d just continue to tell her no. He didn’t like making his friend’s pay for rentals, he often avoided it if he could.
“We?” Andrew asked raising an eyebrow, “Are you pregnant? Who’s we?” He asked somewhat confused. He secretly hoped she was, her and Keith would make such great parents.
“Oh, come on, I must owe you a ton of money by now,” she said, trying to hand Andy the card. He was always letting her rent movies for free, and she felt bad, because he was probably losing precious income.
Her eyes widened and she laughed. “Oh, God, no. Keith would go into a coma if I was. He’s terrified of having children. I just meant me and him,” Liv answered. It reminded her of their conversation the past week about having a child and she sighed. “Yeah, no, that won’t happen any time soon.”
“No way.” He refused shaking his head, “You only owe me like 300 dollars… why start paying now?” He teased with a grin. “Seriously though, not a problem.” He assured her.
“Darn.” He muttered half jokingly, “That’s cool though.” He said with a nod. “How’s the shop?” He asked “I was just telling Keith how I needed to stop by.”
“Oh, God, now I feel bad!” Liv laughed, shoving his shoulder. “Seriously though, mister, take the card. Don’t worry, it’s on Keith. He’s got plenty cash to go around,” she grinned.
Liv shrugged. “Yeah, I wish it were true, though,” she admitted. She would love to have a child, but it wasn’t something that was going to happen until both she and Keith were ready for it. “You’ll be one of the first to know when it does happen, though,” she assured Andy.
“It’s good,” she replied. “Same as ever. Nothing’s changed much. You should! It gets lonely sometimes.” And it did, if she was honest. She had her fair share of customers that came to get things daily, but there was always those days when things slowed down and were quiet, leaving her with a book and coffee.
“Nope.” Andrew stood firm, “You’re not paying for these movies, Liv.” He said in a serious tone, he added a smile so she didn’t think he was being rude.
He smiled, “Awesome.”
“You should get a dog or a cat to keep you company.” He nodded towards Mac, “Man’s best friend.” He smiled. He didn’t get many costumers, not lately at least. It was easier for people to just buy movies from the internet. He didn’t mind though, he kept generally busy and did have a few loyal costumers and friends who visited often.