C H A P T E R 5
Chris was behind in plans as usual, the end of the summer concert had to be organized. Singers had to be chosen, acts had to be picked so of course a competition had to be held. A competition that everyone intended to participate in.
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The camp was buzzing. Chris had just called for a meeting in the dining area, and we were all positive that we knew what it was about. The end of the summer concert, which we were supposed to throw and celebrate the start of camp Turn Up The Beat.
"He's late for his own meeting." Shannon grumbled.
"God Chris, what you at?" I added, chuckling. A person pushed me over on my seat and sat beside me. I turned to see Kelly staring up at the staff table expectantly. "What are you at?"
"Can I not sit beside my favorite cousin?"
"Your only cousin."
"Whatever. Anyway how's K bitch been?"
I smirked at Kelly's nickname for Keara. "Oh she's wonderful, as per usual."
"I'm sorry, I'm late." Chris called as he entered the dining area.
"You're late!" We bellowed in response. He rolled his eyes and waved us off.
"I said I was sorry."
"Well it's too late to say sorry, Christopher." I announced, crossing my arms in a huff. Kelly snorted with laughter, while Shannon squealed with excitement.
"Is it too late now to say-" She began to sing, but Max attacked her and held his hand over her mouth.
"If one more person say's that lyric, I will kill them." He growled.
"Is it too late now to say sorry?" I asked innocently.
Max pounced at me, but Shane pushed me aside hastily while Caleb grabbed Max. "Calm down man. I get it, I do. But May will bust you."
"Too right!" I agreed.
"May, you're so mean." Kelly informed me.
"I'm not mean!"
"Kelly's right." Chase nodded solemnly, yet amusement was dancing in his eyes.
"I'm not mean!" I argued back, hotly.
"You kind of are, like-"
"Okay just shut up!" Chris demanded, and waved his hands for everyone's attention. Kelly shot him a daring look, which made him grin sheepishly, "Except you babe."
"Whipped." I muttered.
"Like an ice-cream sundae." Kelly agreed with a smirk, fist-bumping me. The people at our table stared at us in disbelief, their eyes wide. "What?"
"Why is there two of you?" Caleb mumbled.
"What?" I furrowed my eyebrows.
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