|Him & Her Exchange
Author: xoxluurve PM
“I got you. I promise.” Cliche warning.Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Romance/Humor - Chapters: 15 - Words: 9,680 - Reviews: 559 - Favs: 264 - Follows: 138 - Updated: 08-28-09 - Published: 05-19-07 - id: 2364060
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Author's Note: A series of short, cute dialogue stories that have no common with one another. Stay tuned for more. (;
redone August 30 2007
She's Not You
Her: You! What's your problem?
Him: What the hell did I do?
Her: Oh don't pretend that you don't know.
Him: Sorry, I'm not psychic.
Her: You're very frustrating, you know that?Him: I'm frustrating? You're frustrating! I'm not the one who's been ignoring me for the past couple of days.
Her: Well you avoided me first.
Him: Because you rejected me!
Her: W-well . . . Ugh, I'm just not used to guys like you coming up to me and confessing, okay?
Him: Is it so hard to believe that I like you?
Her: Frankly, yes.
Him: Why is that? You're beautiful, witty, fiery . . .
Her: Stop smirking like that. Flattery will get you no where. And . . . What about her? The most popular girl in school? What is your problem?
Him: . . . What about her? . . . My problem? What the hell did I do?
Her: And we're back to this again. Face it. You're captain of the football team, you were dating one of the most popular girl in school . . . It's a wonder you dumped her.
Him: I did it for you.
Her: That's why it's a wonder.
Him: I find it honestly amusing that you get great marks in class, but when it comes to relationships . . .
Her: I'm clueless, right?
Him: Frankly, yes.
Her: Heh . . . Don't mock me. That's not very nice.
Him: So is rejecting people.
Her: I'm cautious, okay? Like I said, she's popular, I'm not. She's far more beautiful than I could ever hope to imagine. She's decent in class. And you guys make a handsome couple. So, what is it? What's wrong with her?
Him: Do you really want to know?
Her: It is why I asked.
Him: Hah . . . It's a secret.
Her: How very mature.
Him: It's something small . . . But significant. Something that's so obvious, but to other people they wouldn't understand.
Her: What is it? What's her problem, then?
Him: She's not you.