God, when will the day bloody end. I was sitting in Geography listening to the teacher drone on about tectonic plates. Like what is the deal with tectonic plates? We learn it in Physics, Chemistry AND Geography...
I had 2 periods of Geography...and it was getting close to the end of the torture! I had no idea why I was there. I mean Geography is fucking boring and I have to do it for my GCSEs. GCSES! I mean, I chose history because I thought it was interesting and enjoyable but then, everyone had to choose it so the teachers just told me that I had to go to Geography. Thank you to all the people who are doing History now! I absolutely love you!
I mean the teachers asked me if that was okay but I felt their eyes just burning through me. They were silently telling me that if I didn't agree then, life in school would be hell... so I was like okay. Now, I'm in hell anyways. So it was no win-win situation.
The minute hand had just move to the number 6 and I jumped out of my seat.
"Excuse me, where do you think you're going?"
"Err.... home... it's 3:30" I replied.
"I don't think so young lady! You get to go when I dismiss you and the clock is wrong. It's too fast. It's actually..." she glanced at her watch, "2:45" she said with a slight smirk on her face.
Everyone in the class sniggered. What was funny about that?!
I rolled my eyes. People find everything funny these days, it's kind of pathetic.
I threw myself on the chair and brought out my workbook and a pen.
"Hey! Excuse me, I just wanted to know if you.... you know..." the girl paused, "Are you the new girl?"
Meet Natalie Parker.
She's the girl every guy drools over. She's the girl every single girl aspires to be. Sh...
... middle of paper ...
...g to interest people and I don't go out to make friends either. With previous experiences, friends are fake. You can't trust anyone.
"No. I've been in your class for 5 years now... I'm Cassie Winters???"
"Huh... haven't seen you around... that name is familiar though....is Dylan your brother?"
"Yeah. He's my brother." I sighed.
I knew where this conversations was going. She was going to say...
"He's so fucking hot! Like where did he come from? I mean, if I saw him on the street, then I would deffo remember him. God! If he was my boyfriend... my life will be like... perfect. Like absolutely perfect!!."
"Can you tell him stuff about me? Please! I would do anything! Even give you a makeover... it will bloody difficult and expensive though..." she trailed off, looking at my clothes and hair with such disdain."
I sighed. This was going to be a long day.
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