|The Life of A Middle Schooler
Author: HappyCupcakes PM
You know those stories about boys and girls going through high school and middle school, while finding out who they are, while a bunch of crazy stuff happens to them? Well, I guess you could say this is one of those stories.Rated: Fiction T - English - Humor/Parody - Chapters: 3 - Words: 1,791 - Reviews: 1 - Favs: 1 - Follows: 1 - Updated: 08-04-12 - Published: 08-01-12 - id: 3046846
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Quinn stomped angrily, her peach arms crossed over her chest. (Note: Everything Quinn's about to say is actually said in one breath, so there's not going to be a lot of periods and such.) "OH WHAT THE HECK THIS DOESN'T MAKE ANY SENSE EVERYONE KNOWS WE'RE BEST FRIENDS HOW COULD THEY MAKE US HAVE DIFFERENT CLASSES?!" She punched the wall next to her, and I start to be happy there was no teachers around.
I blinked as I looked up at Quinn. Her usually happy and excited face was filled with anger and pure rage. But, then again, sometimes it's easy to upset Quinn. How?...
... She's Quinn Melinda Anderson, she doesn't need to make sense in her world.
"Hey, Quinn, we still have lunch together though." I point out, making her take a sigh and smile again.
"You're right!" She nodded, as we started to walk to our classes. "Just don't make any new friends without letting me meet them!" She laughed loudly (and obnoxiously). I (fake) chuckle and nodded.
We gave each other a final nod, before going to seperate halls. I soon reached my first class, and with a deep breath, started to open the door.
After I did, I had one of those awkward moment where there's nobody else in the room but you, the teacher, and a few students. This wouldn't have been too bad but...
She was here.
She, being Alice Crown.
Now, I have no beef with her, but I've heard that Quinn does. And, of course, there's the number one friendship rule...
Friendship Rule #1 - Never Hang Out with Your Best Friend's Enemy- Or The Person They Have Beef With.
See, Alice was popular. Like, popular-popular, where everyone knows you and respect you, or else. Not too sure what the or 'else is' by the way. I didn't really like Alice, because of the rule, but I didn't want to know what the 'or else' meant.
I saw we have arranged seats based off our first names, and sadly, mine was next to Alice.
I really wished my name wasn't Antonia right now...
Alice smiled at me, her piercing electric blue eyes staring deeply into my honey brown one. It's like they were saying, "Oh, hello there, Antonia. It's quite funny to meet you already, huh?"
As I sat down, seriously uncomfortable with this whole thing, Alice spoke up. "Nice to finally meet you, Antonia Valencia, right?"
Great, now she can read minds.
I nodded slightly. "Uh, yeah. Alice Crown?" I said, somehow making Alice giggle.
"I'm guessing you would know my name."
"... Huh?" I raise a brow in confusion as the girl next to me answered my question.
"Most people say I'm popular for unknown reasons, and randomly I see people I don't even know greet me like hey've me for my whole life!" She laughed.
I nod. "I know the feeling." I do not.
During the class, Alice and I got closer to each other. I don't see why Quinn doesn't like her...
"Hey, Antonia!" I hear Alice call me over to the bathroom. It was currently the ten minutes we got before the next class, and she was standing next to her friend Erika Melman. Her gloved hands were on her hips, the white lolita-like dress fitting her better than the simply green dress I was wearing.
I was lost in a daze for a second, until I hear Alice again. "Do you mind coming to the bathroom with us?" I was confused, but I nodded and went into the restroom with the two girls.
Unlike Erika, Alice didn't use the toliet. Instead she stayed out with me, looking into the mirror to check her outfit.
I glanced around, obivously bored. "So, what'd you call me in here for?"
Alice must've forgotten quickly, because she nodded after I said something. "Oh yeah! We were wondering..." She turned on her heel to me. "Do you mind giving this to Quinn? One's for you, by the way." She held two pieces of paper between her index and middle fingers. I grabbed both and blinked.
One said, "To Quinn Anderson. From Alice Crown." The other said, "To Antonia Valencia. From Alice Crown."
I was about to open mine, before Alice's voice stopped me. "Not right now, Antonia! Open that at lunch, silly~!" I didn't feel like asking her how he knew about me and Quinn's lunchtime, so I nodded.
"Was that all? Class is about to start..." Alice shrugged at my comment, turning back to the mirror.
"Was that it, Erika?" Oh, wow, I forgot she was here.
"Yup!" Alice sends me a nod, letting me go.
I wonder what was on the notes...?