He had found your diary and though he knew it was ungentleman-like, curiosity had completely taken over and replaced those thoughts. He skimmed through the book, just barely glancing at each word.
Even just glancing at the pages, he still found out that you
were terrified of spiders...
He read your diary like it was the greatest story in the world.
There were so many amazing secrets, and a lot of fangirling about videogame characters.
He read on and his interest quickly faded once he got to the part about how adorable Link was...
"Really? ....Really? Again with the Link crap!?"
Jeff the Killer
He was laughing harder and harder as he went on.
"This is amazing! I never knew I was that good!" His laughing
eventually got so loud that even you heard from all the way on the other side of the house and made you storm up to your room.
You slammed the door open, causing him to freeze in place while you stomped over to him and snatched the book away and left him there.
He noticed your diary and was automatically overcome with curiosity. He picked up your book and flopped onto your bed.
He only got past two pages when he began feeling quite disturbed from the stories you wrote...
Eventually, he got to creeped out and just dropped it and walked away.
He read every single page and since he didn't think it was a big deal, he decided to tell you that he read your diary!
"___." He asked as he walked into the kitchen.
"I read your diary."
He could practically see the flames burning in your eyes.
"And honestly...It was the most boring thing in the world. Like...giant-ass math text-books are more interesting." He walked back out while the sound of crashing plates went on in the background.
You sat next to him and watched him read your diary.
Most would think it's odd but you both liked the thought of 'no hiding
ANY secrets'. Though, you forgot to tear out a few pages that you
believed didn't apply to that. You know...Like the one about
you getting drunk and practically raping the wall? Yeah...
He died of laughter...
"___? I found this book and it had your name on it
and a 'Don't Read' sign so..."
He handed you the small book and began walking away.
"Thanks!" You called after him. Once he was completely out of sight, he had a silent laughing fit as he reminded himself about all the humiliating stories you had never told him about.