So school was awkward.
Let's just say that everything was normal. Grey and I still aren't talking in school as usual so it's basically the same. It's just that this time I was purposely avoiding him.
"I was an embarrassment." Tyler grumbled as he laid his head on his arms that were crossed on top of the library table.
I laughed. "Yeah you were." But not as much as me. "I had to carry you from the dance floor to a couch in the living room because you were too pissed to function and you had to pass out the moment I got you to sit on the sofa."
"I'm sorry I had a lot to drink." He pouted and took out a pair of glasses from his backpack and placed it on.
Woah. He looks cute.
"You wear glasses?" I asked, adjusting my own on the bridge of my nose
"Uhuh. Reading only though." He shrugged and ruffled his hair making himself look like the typical hot nerd kind of guy.
Wait why am I thinking these things?
"Unfair. I have to wear this for the rest of my life." I rolled my eyes and continued to read the book that I was currently reading.
"Why don't you wear contacts though?" He asked, never taking his eyes off his world history textbook and sneakily eating a piece of chip that he had hidden in his bag.
"I tried once. It's annoying and a waste of time. It's not that I have an image to protect or something anyway." I shrugged and he nodded in understanding
"You look cuter in glasses." He commented and I felt myself blush at the compliment
I scoffed and rolled my eyes. "More." I joked. "Give me more compliments."
"Nah. Your precious little head will only grow bigger." He smiled a dimpled smile and reached forward to ruffle my hair, making me swat his hand away
"My head is not little."
"Yeah, I know right." He smirked and went back to finishing his homework
This guy, I swear.
"Chloe." I jumped when I heard a sudden voice beside me and lifted my head to see Grey
"O-oh Grey." I mentally gulped. I wasn't prepared for this kind of encounter
I shot Tyler a look of despair as a sign for him to help me. The idiot ignored it and even had the audacity to chuckle under his breath.
"Can we talk?" I faced Tyler at the same time he shrugged his shoulder in a 'don't care' manner as a reply
I mentally sighed. This guy is useless.
"S-sure I guess." I stood up and he led me away going to the secluded non-fiction area
"About the party-" he started but suddenly got interrupted by a high pitched squeal
"Grey baby! Here you are. I've been looking all over for you." Jennifer stepped in and clung all over Tyler, making me step back
"Jennifer." Tyler said in a surprised voice and looked at me in panic
"Oh." She scoffed. "Dirtbag's here. What do you want from Tyler, nerdy?"
"I didn't want anything from him. He was the one who asked me to talk." I replied calmly
She scoffed. "Yeah right. As if Grey would even spend a minute of his time to try to have a conversation with you." She smirked. "But don't worry. It's okay to dream. Right Grey?"
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The Bad Boy's My Best FriendTeen Fiction
We're best friends, but we're total opposites. He's the 'cool guy' in school and I'm just your average joe. He's the bad boy and I'm just the girl that you can see behind books. He's the popular and I'm the nerd one. It's a good thing that he still...