The Room Game *O N H O L D*
"We get in trouble all the time. I think we should come up with a game for our destruction," Alex suggested. How is he going to change the subject like that?
"Like what?" Poptart asked.
"It starts off with the 'Innocent' room, then 'Guilty', then 'Strongly Guilty', 'Teenage Trouble', and then the last is 'Teenage Crash Fail'. And you just keep moving up a room every time you get in trouble. We should team up in groups or pairs to see who reaches the last room first. Whoever reaches 'Teenage Crash Fail' first, loses. Whoever reaches 'Teenage Crash Fail' last, wins," He explained.
"So we try not to get in trouble? Where did you even get this f*cking ridiculous idea?!" Blake asked.
"Just act like your regular self. You know, because we all get in trouble without even trying," Alex grinned. "I got the idea from the book I found in my attic. I had to change the rules around because we get in trouble a lot," So that's where he was going with this.
"That's not fair! Me and you get in trouble the most!" Jayden complained with a taunting smile on his face.
"Too bad." Alex gave him a cheeky grin. "And no messing with other pairs. Or you move up a room,"
"Wait! I don't get it. Why a room? And what's the prize? I'm not playing this if we don't get a prize!" Jason asked.
"God, Jason. You're so f*cking slow sometimes," Blake rolled his eyes.
Four boys. Four girls. Eight troublesome best friends. Rene has grown up with her seven other best friends all her life. They always caused trouble wherever they go, and they've all been through thick and thin together. So what happens when these eight troublemakers try to play a game that makes them behave? What happens when it causes them to spill secrets to each other? How will they react? What dangers do these secret rooms hold? Can this simple game ruin their friendship forever? Can it do worse? Nobody knows, but it will be a game they definitely can't forget.
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