“But I was calling your name!” “I know. I heard you.”
“Squeeze my hand if it helps.” “But I’ll hurt you.” “That’s the least important thing right now.”
“Do you hear that? Our time’s running out.”
‘I’m going to make a petition to eradicate all Thrusdays.”
“I’m one vending-machine-disappointment away from a full blown tantrum.”
“Iris I swear to god. We’re going to be late for class!” the dark-haired girl said, crossing her arms over her chest.
The red haired girl smiled over her shoulder as she skipped down the hall towards the vending machine. “Come on Rose, it will only be a minute.”
Rose rolled her eyes and followed. As in love with Iris as she was, her girlfriend could sometimes be a bit much.
“I swear I’m one vending-machine-disappointment away from a full blown tantrum,” Iris exclaimed as she shoved money into the machine. The machine was known for acting up, meaning Iris was almost always on the verge of a pre-class tantrum.
“Well I’m one tardy away from expulsion!” Rose retorted as she caught up with Iris. “Come on, do you really need a snack right now?”
Iris looked as though Rose had personally offended her. “Excuse me, but I don’t think you understand how important my chocolate is to me.”
“And I don’t think you realize how important school is to me,” Rose shot back. “Please? If we leave now, I’ll buy you two chocolate bars after class.”
Iris pouted, considered the offer, and nodded. Rose grinned, kissed her on the cheek, grabbed her hand and ran off to class.
After school, Iris got not two, but three chocolate bars.
Aha yes!! Love it :))
I’m just testing the waters here, but IF I were to finish this fantasy YA book I’m writing at some point in the future, and released it as an amazon e-book, would any of you be willing to pay like £2 to read it ahah?
Just in case. Love yall ;))))
“How are you? Are you ok?” “Take a real look at me and ask me that again.”
“I’m the be-all and end-all, I’m the greatest of the century, I’m—“ “You won a game of charades, now sit down.”
“It’s time for me to go now. You can pretend I’ll come back, if it helps.”
“Don’t trust anybody, got that?” “What about you?” “Trust me the least.”
“I bet you can’t balance this sword on your pinkie.” “You called it.”
“Close your eyes and count to ten. By the time you’re at nine, I’ll be gone.”
“You know that happy endings don’t exist, right?”
“I’ll let go if you let go.”
“It’s not rocket science.” “Actually it really, really is.”
“Are you sure you can fly this thing?” “I read the handbook a few millennia ago, I’ll be fine.”
“Just… Turn the machine off.” “I can’t. It said I looked nice.”
“How about casting a spell so I never get hit on the funny bone ever again?”
“You can fight them off on your own right?” “And what are you going to do?” “Run, of course. I’m not insane.”
“Spaceships always look so roomy on the TV. It must be the camera angles.”