I pushed Lisa away, “What do you think you’re doing?” I scolded her.
“Aww, Nate,” whined Lisa, “I’ve missed you. I haven’t seen you in parties for a long time.”
“I’m been busy lately,” I simply told her and looked behind her for Shy but she’s wasn’t there anymore.
“Even on weekend?” Lisa stopped me when I tried to walk away and intend to look for Shy. She smiled and put her arms around me, “I’ve missed you,” she whispered seductively.
“What happened to Jerry?” I asked sarcastically, “I thought you were with him?”
“No, we broke off last week,” she shrugged, “I’m single now.”
I smirked, “Ah, that’s why you suddenly missed me?”
“Aww, come on Nate,” she smiled, “Can’t a girl have some fun?”
“Sure they can,” I said pulling her hand off my neck. “But find someone else,” I said walking away from her and start to look for Shy, but couldn’t find her anywhere. Where the hell is she?
“Hey, Nate,” one of Shy friend stopped me. I can’t remember her name as I wasn’t paying attention when Shy introduced me to her.
I gave her a friendly smiled, “Did you see Shy?” I asked her.
“No,” she shook her head and then smiled seductively at me. Gosh, why did they always smile at me that way? Why can’t they just give me a friendly smiled? “Won’t you dance with me, please?” she asked pulling my hand.
“Sorry,” I said and pulled my hand away from her, “I need to look for Shy.” I told her.
“Aww,” she whined, “Please, just one dance,” she pleaded. “Shy wouldn’t mind. She told us so.”
“No, sorry, I’m tired,” I told her, “I have enough dancing for tonight.”
She pouted her lips, “It ok then,” she smiled, “Let sit here and talked,” pushed me down on the sofa behind me forcing me to sit. She sat on my laps wrapping her hands around my neck. “Do you know that I like you so much?” she whispered and crushed her lips on mine. I was too stunned to stop her and I felt her tongue was already inside me. Gosh, this girl really knows how to kiss but it not her kiss or her lips that I’ve wish to be on mine. I pushed her away stopping her.
“I’m sorry, I really have to go and find Shy,” I told her and keep pushing her hand away from me.
“Aww, Nate,” she whined.
“Sorry, I really have to go. Maybe some other time,” I told her and she smiled.
“Promise?” she said.
“Yeah,” I just nod and she finally got up. At last I got her off me.
“Nate, wait,” she said pulling me into the kitchen. She wrote something on the note pad sticking on the fridge, tear it out and put it in my pocket. “Call me, ok?” she smiled and kissed me again.
“Yeah, sure,” I said and quickly walked out of the kitchen looking for Shy. Where is she?
I finally found her sitting on a sofa talking to a group of guys laughing away. I make my way and stands beside her. She had just handed a bottle of vodka to one of the guys and from the look of her face I could tell she had more than she’s used to.
“What do you think you’re doing?” I asked her. She immediately turned towards me, surprised that I was standing beside her.
“Oh, hi Nate,” she giggled, “I’ve enjoying myself. Meet my friend,” she said turning towards the guys and giggles, “What were your names again?”
“No need to introduce them, Shy. I know them,” I told her and pulling her up from her seat, “Excuse us guys,” I told them while Shy waves at them giggling.
“How many drinks have you had?” I asked her.
“Hmm,” she said thinking, “a few I guess. I’ve lost count,” she giggled.
I sighed, “You were out of my side for just a few minutes and you’re already drunk,” I scolded her.
“I’m not drunk,” she said defending herself. “I was just enjoying myself that’s all. Do you know that Vodka tasted better than beer?” she giggled again and walking away.
“Where do you think you’re going?” I grabbed her wrist stopping her.
“I’m going to get myself another drink,” tying to pulled away from me.
“Oh no, you don’t,” I catch her wrist stopping her. “I think you had enough. We should leave now,”
|Dianna Agron||as Shiloh/Shy|
|Matt Lanter||as Nathaniel/Nate|
|Sean Faris||as Daniel/Neil|
|Rick Malambri||as Michael/Mike|
|Mary Elizabeth Winstead||as Kimmy|
|Erin McNaught||as Jessica|
|Jamie Lee Curtis||as Gina Smiths|
|Mark Harmon||as George Smiths|