|Bratz: The TV Show
Author: LavForFun0930 PM
Going through High School is tough, especially when you can't even get your own life straight. Forget having to balance all the perks: homework and no time to do anything you really want. Enjoy! T rated for language and some inappropriate content for young eyes (Yes Bratz. Would you prefer Barbie? and the title "High School" seems kind of cliche)Rated: Fiction T - English - Friendship - Chapters: 8 - Words: 7,559 - Reviews: 1 - Updated: 01-08-13 - Published: 12-13-12 - id: 3082725
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I'm the first to get on the bus and I spot someone I've never seen before so I sat next to him.
"Hi, my name's Mikki," I say with a friendly smile.
"Oh, uh, hi," he replies nervously. "My name's Andrew, but I go by Andy."
"Well it's so nice to meet you!"
I point to all of my friends as I introduce you. He looked like a scared little puppy! So cute. But before I knew it we were already at school.
It wasn't surprising that Mikki sat with the new kid. Although I think he found it surprising. Apparently his name is Andy, and by the looks of it, had a major cruch on Mikki already. But it could be nerves. I sat with Cali and her friend Demi.
"Hey who's the new ki? Do you know him? He kind of looks like you?" Cali asks without letting Demi answer.
Demi kind of looks disgusted but answers anyway. "He's my little brother. He's been homeschooled all his life. Why is Mikki talking to him?"
I shrug. "I don't know, she likes meeting new people."
Sitting alone was kind of boring. But this girl named Mikki sat down next to me. She seems nice enough.
"Did you know anyone with red hair is technically a mutation of nature?"
Why am I so stupid? Why would you ever ask that to someone with red hair? But for some reason she didn't look upset. She actually giggled.
"I do actually. Do you also know that according to science every white person is a mutation?"
"Really? Why do they think that?" I ask completely surprised by her knowlegde and lack of hurt feelings.
"Well you know about Panjia, right?" she asks and I nodmy head in reply. "Well according to that, we all started in Africa and as you know, Africans are very dark skinned. When Panji split, everyone scattered and they no longer needed as dark of skin, and in many places, they didn't even need dark skin. So after thousands of years they gradually turned white. They say African Americans, Hispanics, and Islanders havn't been away from the sun long enough. But if you look at my friend Malisha, she isn't as dark as many of the people in Africa," she finished with a smile.
I would've said more but the bus stopped and she got up with a wave of her hand.