We stayed in Mason’s room for a while before we decided to go down. He made sure that I am fully cooled down. The dinner went well, Andy and Reed was already there when we got down, as well as his dad. Thankfully the red headed bitch was nowhere to be seen. I’m pretty sure that if she was there, I would slap her again.
“You ready?” Mason said as he entered my room. We’ll be playing baseball with the gang today, something that we always planned and finally got a chance to do.
“Yeah.” I replied, giving myself one last look in the mirror before I went out.
We’re spending as much time as we can with our friends, for after a few weeks from now, we’ll be going our separate ways and start another chapter in our lives.
There’s tension in the air as we got inside his car. I turned on the radio but there’s nothing good playing right now so I turned it off again.
“We need to talk.” He started. I looked at him and his face looks serious, but he isn’t looking at me, he’s looking at the road.
“About what?” I questioned.
“Last night,” he said. “About Allie.”
Just the mention of her name boils my blood. It stirs up anger in me.
“What about her?” I inquired. I’m trying to not show my emotions on how my voice sounds. I promised last night that I’ll listen to what he has to say.
“You said we’d talk today, that you’d let me explain.”
“What if I don’t want to?” I retorted. I’m being stubborn, we’ll he couldn’t blame me.
“You promised.” He looked at me.
“Fine,” I rolled my eyes. “Talk about the bitch.”
“Don’t call her that. Her name’s Allison.”
“Whatever.” I waved him off.
“Stop being stubborn.” He said.
I gave him a sarcastic smile.
“Like I’ve said last night, we’re childhood friends, she’s part of our group, James, me, Tyler and the rest of them, except Andy. She’s two years older than us. There’s a reason why she did what she did last night, the kiss…” I cringed when I heard him say that word. “That’s how she greets us, whenever she visits.”
“Oh please?” That’s just a lame excuse to kiss someone.
“So what? Jessica’s just cool with Tyler kissing another girl?” I replied. I know he wants me to understand what their relationship is, I get that he wants us to get along. He wants me to like that girl, but that’s sort of impossible considering she kissed my boyfriend the day I met her, I mean who does that?
“It’s not like that; she’s like our older sister. She treats us like her little brothers, and she stopped kissing Tyler when he got together with Jessica. ”
“Didn’t you tell her about me? About your girlfriend?” I scoffed.
“I haven’t gotten the chance to… we didn’t maintain communication after she left for college.”
“Well that’s just convenient; she has something to justify her actions with.”
“Stop being mean, you don’t even know her.”
“Oh yeah, I forgot, she’s your best friend. I’m just your girlfriend, so I don’t have the right to act like this.” I sarcastically said.
He ran a hand through his hair and sighed. I know he knows that there’s no use reasoning with me, he knows that I myself am the only one who can change my opinion about the red headed bitch.
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