Chapter Twenty-Two: I don't want you to worry about me.
GEORGE didn't know what to say or if he should say anything. How was he supposed to say goodbye?
Chris coughed awkwardly, scratching the back of his neck. Letting out a sigh, George leaned against his car, "did you watch Noah's new movie?"
George stifled a laugh when Chris' head snapped up with a grin," dude, I watched it a million times. Sierra Burgess is a loser is Kayla's favourite movie."
Smirking George knew that Chris slipped up but didn't say anything. It was obvious to him that something was going on between them.
Lydia smiled at her best friend, "I'm going to miss you," she admitted. Sure Christmas was in a few weeks and they'd see each other during the holidays but it was weeks away.
"I'll miss you too," Kayla mumbled as they both walked towards Chris' dorm block.
Lydia couldn't help but furrow her eyebrows as she seen the captain of the football team standing in front of George and her apartment door.
Behind him was the rest of the football team, all frowning like a little child that had done something wrong and was now being punished.
"George, we're here to apologise," David said, looking between her and George with a slight smile.
Apologies? What did they do? Lydia racked her brain for an answer but couldn't find any. Maybe the team did something and that's why he wanted to visit Chris so suddenly?
Before she could ask anyone anything, Lydia felt George hand in the small of her back pushing her gently towards the apartment. "I'll tell you everything later, don't stress about it."
Nodding Lydia walked past the guy and into her apartment. Though before she could close the door, she heard someone mutter a couple words.
"You're getting in his way, virgin."
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