I turned around, and as I was walking out, a girl I didn't know walked past me.
"Good morning!" I said cheerfully with a huge smile on my face.
"Um, hi," she said, frowning. "Do I know you?"
"Of course not!" I laughed.
"Then why did you say good morning to me?" she asked, raising an eyebrow.
"I didn't," I replied, putting on a serious expression.
She gave me a weird look and hurried into the bathroom. I smiled to myself. God I loved weirding random people out. I saw that Elena and Jeremy had returned with drinks, and Caroline and Bonnie had joined them at the table.
I noticed someone enter the Grill and saw that it was Damon, who was with Andy. They looked like they were headed to the bar, which was in the direction of me. I averted my gaze and kept a casual expression as I continued walking. Apparently Damon was being serious when he said 'Two can play at that game,' because he didn't even look at me as we brushed past each other.
Bring it on Damon, I thought.
I got given questioning looks when I reached my table.
"What was that?" Caroline asked, eyes wide.
"What was what?" I asked innocently.
"What's going on between you and Damon?" Elena asked, frowning.
"I don't know what you're talking about," I said, looking at the table. I didn't feel like explaining the story again.
"Her and Damon aren't talking," Stefan answered her. I shot him a glare. Traitor.
"How come?" Bonnie asked, arching an eyebrow.
"We, uh, got in an argument," I answered. "But honestly, it doesn't bother me. Damon's a dick."
I heard a scoff come from the bar, and I knew that Damon was listening to our conversation. Caroline and Stefan must've heard it too, because they looked in his direction.
"So you guys are just ignoring each other?" Jeremy asked.
"Pretty much," I replied.
"Oh come on," Caroline said. "It's you and Damon. I bet you guys will be talking to each other within a few days."
"Oh I'd doubt that," I muttered.
"I don't know Caroline," Stefan said. "They're both very stubborn."
"I'd give it a week," Bonnie said.
"I say two," Elena said.
"A week and a half," Jeremy said.
"Well, while you guys are betting on that," I said. "I'm going to go home."
I was sitting in my room, reading a book, when I got a text.
Stefan - Hey, I'm going to stay at Elena's tonight.
Me - NOOOOOOOOO!!!! Don't leave me alone with them!!!! D:
Stefan - Haha you'll be fine... you're ignoring them, remember?
Me - You're so cruel -.- if you come home and find your room trashed, it was Lexi.
Stefan - You won't be alone anyway, Anna and Lexi will be there. And leave my room alone.
Me - Lexi's not going to be home tonight, and Anna is at Pearl's... Hmm... Maybe I can get Katherine to come over... She can help me swap Damon's human blood with animal blood. And no promises about your room Stefan.
At first I was joking about getting Katherine to come over... But then I wasn't certain. Sure, Katherine could be a bitch most of the time, but she knew how to have fun. I stared at my phone, contemplating. Ah, what the hell, I thought. I dialed the number and waited.
"Katherine! What's up?" I asked cheerfully.
"Yep. So what are you doing right now?" I asked.
"Um, nothing I guess, why?"
"Well, I'm bored, and I feel like partying," I said. "But I don't have anyone to party with. So... What do you say we party together?"
"There's an unlimited supply of Damon's alcohol..."
"I'm in. I'll be there in ten."
I grinned and hung up.
The music was blaring out of the speakers, and the base shook the house. Empty bottles of alcohol lay on the ground, abandoned for new ones.
Katherine and I were in Stefan's room, since his speakers were louder than mine. That and I was half serious about trashing his room. We were both past the point of drunk, and we were on the ground, laughing about something I couldn't remember. All I knew was that it was funny.