*Hot and dangerous
If you’re one of us, then roll with us
‘Cause we make the hipsters fall in love
And we’ve got hot-pants on enough....*
“What the hell?”
*.....And yes of course because we’re running this town just like a club
And no, you don’t wanna mess with us
Got Jesus on my necklace*
It took me 5 seconds to realize that it was my phone. I groaned in frustration and reach out from under the covers of my bed to look for my phone with my eyes still closed. I kept exploring the bedside table with my left hand not caring about the things I was knocking down.
*.....I’ve got that glitter on my eyes
Stockings ripped all up the side
Looking sick and sexy-fied
So let’s go-o-o....*
After 10 seconds I gave up and opened my eyes to look for it. I finally found it on the floor; just as the chorus was playing.
*...Tonight we’re going hard
Just like the world is ours
We’re tearin’ it apart
You know we’re superstars
We are who we are!...*
“Ugh. Who the hell would be calling” I glanced at the clock on my bed side table “At 6 in the morning?!”
I flipped the phone before the song could continue the rest of the chorus.
“Whattttt?” I asked in an annoyed and lazy tone. Whoever this is better get ready; no one, and I mean no one, messes with my sleep. Just then, I heard familiar giggles on the other end of the line.
“Oh Kaylee, I forgot you’re not a morning person” I immediately sat up at the familiar voice on the phone.
“Good to know you haven’t forgotten about me.” She said whilst laughing.
“Forget YOU? Impossible!” I said with loads of excitement; which made her laugh harder.
“Awwww, I missed you too Kayce!” She said sounding amused.
“Oh My God. MADISON LYNN SANDERS! Ugh! Never; and I mean, never, ever, ever! Leave me again!”
Madison (I call her Mady or Mads for a nickname. And in return, I allow her to call me Kayce or whatnot), has been away ALL summer to go to Spain. Her parents have loads of cash so they travel to any place they want, when they want. Mady tried to convince me to come with her, free of charge because clearly, her parents would be paying. But I, the vain and prideful person I am, declined. I could never take something that I did not work for; I am a responsible, self-reliant girl. Or at least, that’s what my mom says about me.
“I know! I am so sorry! I missed you lots Kayce! We so have to catch up!” She screamed
“Wait, Wait, Wait. Your back!? But I thought you weren’t coming back until the day before the first day of school?” I asked, confused.
“Yeah. Well, my cousin decided that he wanted to study here, with us. So my parents said it would be better if we came back early for him to settle and meet some friends for school.”