"Our parents are on the way?" Terrence asked, peering over my shoulder.
"My parents are on the way," I corrected, rolling my eyes.
"Ours, yours, same concept."
I tossed my phone down on the bed, informing Terrence that I was going to take a shower.
And wouldn't you know that the door is locked.
"Toby, my man!" Terrence called out. "Never fails."
"Every fucking time, this is ridiculous."
I slammed my hand against the door, letting my suitemate know that I needed in. And then I took a seat in Terrence's chair.
He raised his eyebrows at me. "Who said you could sit there?"
He chuckled. "Why so grumpy?" He paused. "Well, more grumpy than usual."
I flipped him my middle finger to which he just laughed.
"The last thing that I want to do today is showcase my parents around Vandy while they ask me a thousand questions and breathe down my neck all day. No thanks."
Terrence was silent for a few moments, and I waited for his lecture about having parents that are willing to come. It always comes after I complain.
"Well maybe they wouldn't be so worried about you if you straightened up."
I slammed him in the face with a pillow. Hard.
"When did you become my dad?" I asked, as Terrence shot me a smile.
He shrugged. "Just telling it like it is."
I picked my glass of orange juice up off of my mini-refrigerator, downing the rest of it.
"Like that," Terrence said, without glancing up from his book. "You do things like that."
"Drink orange juice?" I asked, causing Terrence to roll his eyes.
"If that was the only thing in there then there wouldn't be a problem."
The bathroom door clicked open, and Toby poked his head in. "It's all yours you impatient dick."
I flashed him a thumbs-up and he disappeared.
"You better sober up before your parents get here," Terrence warned. He flipped to the next page of his book. "Otherwise we'll have a shitshow to deal with."
"I'm not drunk."
"Tipsy, buzzed, drunk, whatever. Your dad will see right through you, as he always has."
I stared at Terrence a few moments, confusion flickering through me. "Since when did you become my personal Jiminy Cricket?"
"Since I became your best friend."
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Saving AdamTeen Fiction
Sarah Campbell has everything she's ever wanted. She worked day and in and day out for her acceptance to her dream school, Vanderbilt University. And now that she's got it she can't wait to finally let loose. She never was the goodie-two-shoes her p...