Mary," Dylan said in a way that made him sound stupid, but
for some reason it made my heart pound.
"Hey Dyl," I smiled
back. I went to take my place in the seat in front of him, but he
quickly propped his feet up on it.
"Haha," he smirked.
"Ugh, c'mon!" I
whined. I stared at his feet, knowing I would blush hard the
minuted I looked into his glass green eyes.
"Maaaa-ry!" he taunted;
for some reason we was entertained by my name, I liked that
thought. I took a peed and saw his hugely awkward dimples take
over his face. NO NO NO NO! I am not falling
for him! Dylan is one of those kids. Yanno, he's not super
popular, but he is friends with all the right people. And I'm
just me. With hazel eyes and auburn hair, all I do is Blend in.
"Hello...?" he said, pulling me out of my daydream. Oh
my, I was zoned out in his face for about five minutes. Can you
"Hi," really Mary?
That's all you can come up with? So original.
"Um, are you okay?" he
was probably referring to my blank stare into his irresistible
"Huh? Oh, yeah yeah, I'm
fine," I replied stupidly. I sighed. Even though we acted
like best friends, he doesn't even look at me outside this
door, let alone talk to me. How are we supposed to have a
relationship like that? Whoa, Mary. What the hell? Why are you
thinking about a relationship with him? He doesn't even like
"Mary!" Dylan whispered
"What?" I scoffed. Of
course it was then I looked up. Turns out the entire time I was
fighting with myself, everyone else had taken their seats and
were currently staring at me.
"OH! Whoops..." I let
out a laugh, realizing I was still standing with my backpack on.
This is really one of the only things I like about myself, I
don't really care what others think. I sat and the teacher
began the health lesson. The whole class Dylan constantly kicked
my chair and whispered random comments to my back. I ignored the
comments, laughing and smiling flirtatiously at points. I tried
my best pretending to be mad about him shaking my chair
uncontrollably, but i secretly love the
I think I like him.