Falling for Them
"So did I, but apparently they let pigs in, why not horses?"
The brunette huffs and the blonde laughs sarcastically, "do you know who we are?"
"I would like to confirm that I do not care. And I hope the rest of your day goes as pleasant as you are."
"Sweetie, I'm gonna need you to put those few remaining brain cells together and accept the fact that YOU ARE NOT FUNNY. And are you doing this for some sort of revenge? If yes, then that's very childish of you." I say very very calmly.
He freezes, looks to teacher who is taking no action, then rest of the class trying not to laugh, but failing.
He covers it up and speaks, trying to imitate my calmness, "doesn't return the favor sound nicer?"
Ah, I like sassy kids. But why do I hate him?
"I think I like that we are not friends." He looks at me confused, probably thinking what it means.
"Huh? Pardon?" Got him.
"It's like the garbage took itself out." The class explodes into laughter.
"Ah, you don't have to be so mean." He says feigning being hurt.
"I'm not mean, I'm brutally honest."
"Savage AF!" Someone from the class shouts.
"Here's a band aid," a guy says and throws a band aid at him.
Thea Rae, she is the right amount of sassy and sweet and challenges the idea of a damsel in distress. There isn't a moment when she isn't there for her friends and is determined to stand up for justice.
Everything goes well when she joins Lutheran High. Well, until the death of one of her friend's.
She wants to know why he had to die and bring him justice.