"You sure did move on pretty fast," she said looking at Blake.

This bitch.

"Keisha, Devin & I broke up three years ago. What the fuck are you talking about?" I asked trying not to laugh at her stupidity.

"He really loved you Briana. How could you do this?" she asked.

This woman is so delusional.

"The whole year we dated, he cheated on me for four months and then when I tried to break up with him, he punched me. What was I supposed to do? Stay with him?"

"Yes! Y'all coulda worked it out," she said.

"BYE Keisha!"

I walked away from her because we were next in line.

"Hi Briana," the cashier said.

"Hey Chelsea."

She looked up at Blake and he smiled at her. "I-Is this your boyfriend?" she asked.

"Nah. That's my sugar daddy," I said.

She looked at me with her mouth slightly open, "seriously?"

"Yeah. Do you really think I'm good enough to be Blake Griffin's girlfriend?"

"If he's your, you know, why are y'all -"

"Out during the day? I don't know, I guess he's not ashamed to be seen with me in public," I said.

The poor girl looked so confused. I'm such an asshole, but I'm laughing in my head right now. She's so gullible though.

I paid for everything and we went to the car.

"Why'd you do that to that poor girl?" Blake asked as we loaded the car.

"I like messin' with people when I come in here," I said, "oh and I'm sorry ab-"

"Briana?"

Shiiiiiiiit!

I was interrupted by Monique's mom walking in our direction. I really was not prepared for this shit today.

"Uh, heeey Mrs. Carter," I said very slowly.

"How are you? I haven't seen you in so long," she said giving me a hug.

"I'm fine. Mrs. Carter, this is Blake. Blake, this is Monique's mom, Michelle."

"Hi," he said.

"Hi. How is Monique? Is she still dating Troy?"

"She's good, but she's not with Troy anymore. She's dating someone new now," I said awkwardly.

"That's nice. Well, can you tell her I miss her and love her. It's been a year since I last talked to her."

"Yes ma'am."

She gave me another hug and I quickly got in the car.

"She didn't seem that bad," Blake said, putting on his seatbelt.

"Aw, you actually believed her," I said sympathetically, "that was all an act. That lady is crazy and I'm pretty sure she's lying about not talking to Monique for a year; don't let her fool you."

We left the grocery store, but before we went to my parents' house, I went to the liquor store. I need vodka.

"Why do you need that if we're going to your parents' house?" Blake asked.

"My parents know I drink. And I just wanna be a little buzzed while I'm with them today," I said.

We got to the house and carried everything inside. We went down to the den and saw a stack of movies sitting on the table. I went to the kitchen, got some Dr. Pepper & vodka, then went back in the den.

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