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“I’M HOME!” I shouted to no one in particular when I walked into the house, because no one was home. Mom had a three day convention with other plastic surgeons to go to and He well I don’t really know nor care where he is. Mom told me he was one of those doctors who make house visits to rich people who don’t want to go to the hospital. I wasn’t really paying attention I was too busy bad mouthing him in my mind, and trying to come up with a plan on how to get left behind in Miami. Sadly, none of them worked.
I skipped in to the kitchen singing Amy Winehouse’s Monkey Man off key. Today was great. Mya and Lissa are a blast to be around making every class enjoyable. If it were not for them I don’t think I could have able to ignore the glares I got from most of the female population in the school because I was wearing Calvin’s jacket. And the whispers were beyond ridiculous.
‘She’s dating Calvin?’
‘I never saw her here before.’
‘She’s not that hot.’
‘I saw her with Nathan Mathews earlier’
‘She must be a slut to be with both of them.’
I don’t care what people think or assume. If it’s not true, then why I should waste my time on false information. They can think whatever they like
At least the guys stayed away, what Nate said must have been true. I didn’t want to argue with him and what I said about me wanting more than friendship from Calvin is not true. Nate was getting on my nerves and I just wanted to prove a point. Don’t really know what that point was but I just don’t like being told what to do. And it seem like he was trying to do exactly that.
I know he’s mad at me and I don’t want him to stay mad. I was going to apologize during gym but he wasn’t there and neither was Calvin. Mya gave me his number to text him but he didn’t reply back. Oh well, I will have to find out later.
On the fridge was a note that read:
‘Working late tonight here is some money for takeout. Stay safe. Dad’
Good he won’t be here when the girls come over so I won’t have to ask for permission. The girls will be here in an hour. So I ordered some pizza which should arrive the same time as them. I went up to my room and plugged my iPod into the speakers and put Pink’s Funhouse on repeat. I wish I didn’t leave my drum set in Miami because now I missed them. I hoped on my laptop and emailed my aunt if she can have it shipped up her as soon as possible because I was messing Rochelle. Yes I named my drum set Rochelle. The name fit her so perfectly.
“THIS USED TO BE A FUNHOUSE
BUT NOW IT’S FILLED OF EVIL CLOW
IT’S TIME TO START THE COUNTDOWN
I’M GONNA BURN IT DOWN DOWN DOWN!!” Mya shouted dancing her way into my room. “You should really consider locking the front door.” she said while continue dancing around. I ignored her comment and joined her in dancing. When the song started again we fell on my bed laughing.
“You’re here early.” I said out of breathe. Mya whose breathing even walks over to my IPod flipping through the songs just shrugged and said “I stay down the street. I think Lissa is here.” How did she know that? Just then the door bell ranged. I went to open it and found Lissa flirting shamelessly with the pizza guy. She was giggling and batting her lashes at him. Mya came out of nowhere and said hi to the guy grabbing the box of pizza from him. I don’t think he even noticed. He was too busy staring at Lissa. I was about to pay him when Imoni yanked me from the door, into the house.
“What?” I ask Mya flabbergasted “I have to pay him.”
“No you don’t, Lissa got it covered.” She said already munching on a meat supreme slice pizza.
“I don’t want her to pay. I was the one who ordered.” I said looking back at the door.
“Who said she was paying?” she said with a smirk on her face. I looked at her confused then it hit me Lissa was playing the poor guy.
“You guys are terrible.” I said laughing.
“Nah he knows what’s going on. He goes to our school and he just likes Lissa to much to care.” She shrugged. Well in that case who am I to turn down free pizza. Lissa walked in with a piece of paper in her hand.