"You know," Caius began, smirking up at Crow as he carefully held Crow's hand. You flatter yourself. Any sex fetish I have with you has to do with cowboys and Brokeback Mountain." Caius sat back in his seat and indignantly looked up at Crow. "But as to what is going on here... Do you remember my brother, Kaine, that hooked us up that night we went to Zellas? He's pulled another 'prank'. An awful one, mind you, but he finds all this funny." Caius sighed as he tried to find a way to break the real news to Crow. "But the problem is, that we are stuck here. Because this isn't fully my own sub-conscience, hence not fully my own Dream World. For you southern simpletons, the easiest way is to imagine everyone's sub-conscious as a house. I have the key to their house, and I bring who I want into their house. But I've never been to this house before, unless it's my own or I've been there before. I can't leave through the door I entered, because it only unlocks on way. In every Dream World, there is an exit. Unfortunately because half of this Dream World is fabricated, I have no idea where the exit is... or if there is one for that matter."
Caius picked up his books and hopped out of his chair. "Believe me, I want to be here even less than you do, but unfortunately there's nothing I can do. I've been searching for days for an exit. I haven't found a thing." The little boy explained. He looked back at Crow with a genuinely empathetic expression. For a moment, it looked like Caius cared, and wasn't a total creep. That was until a evil smile smeared across his face like sunscreen. "Well... Professor Crow, there is one place I have not checked... The third floor corridor, on the right hand side. But, I need a teacher to come with me if I'm to go in there, so I guess we'll never know." Caius winked and headed for the door, but before he was about to leave, he stopped and called back to Crow. "Oh, Professor... I'm certain that detention with you will suck really, really hard."