“Oh, do you now? Well, do you need a ride?” I could see what he was doing. He’s not very good at flirting but I can tell he’s trying. Should I mess with him and be sarcastic or honestly respond and comply with his flirtation?
You have chosen to be sarcastic...
“Nah I was considering just walking in my hell machines five blocks to the school and then just turn right back around and leave.” “Ok, just let me know when you get there so I can say hi. You could text me..” he says as he hands me his phone. “Slick Daniel, very slick.” I say as I take his phone from him and begin typing in my number. “So, do you need a ride? Seriously this time.” “That would be lovely. Shit, I agreed to meet up with my friend Jordan and walk there with her.” “That’s fine, I could take both of you.” “Thank you so much Daniel. It was very nice meeting you but I need to get to class.” “Meet me at the football field during lunch.” “I have to get to the lib-“ I start to say but he puts his finger over my lips. “Football field during lunch.” He said with a more harsh tone of voice. “What if I don’t want to go to the football field to meet up with all of you and your friends. I’m not stupid, I know who you are. And I also know that you’re on the football team with all the other dicks who just want to fuck some girls’ lives up, then post about it on social media. Leaving the girls feeling like shit and used. Good day Daniel.” You say with confidence. “Wow, feisty.” “Stfu Seavey. And stay away from me and my friends. If it wasn’t clear enough, that was a statement, not a question.” I said and began walking away, but someone grabs my wrist and pulls me back. “You think you’re gonna get away that easily?” “Try me.” Then he pulled me into a rough kiss but I managed to get my hand out of his grip and pushed him off of me. “Don’t test me, Seavey. I’m stronger than you think.” “Woah, chill. It was all because of a bet I lost. I really do want to be friends. I’m not as bad as everyone thinks I am. I’m sorry I pissed you off but I’m not an inconsiderate person, I promise.” “Thank you for clearing that up and I’d love to be friends, but please don’t try anything like that on a girl, because they don’t understand yet that you aren’t bad, and they will be terrified. I’d be one to know, I’ve been there. So please, I beg. Don’t be like all the other football players. Please, don’t go along with all the rest of them and become an fboy. You seem really nice, and I do want to be friends, but I don’t want to be in acquaintance with a man who treats women like toys. Toys they can just use whenever they want.” “I won’t, I promise. Still down for meeting at the football field during lunch?” “Will your friends be there?” “Nope, just me and you. And if they do come, we can go somewhere else. I want to get to know you better.” “I’ll be there. See you then.” “See ya.” Daniel says and walks away. Wow, that sure was a tough conversation. I never would’ve thought that one of Herron’s friends could be so kind. Oh yeah, I forgot to mention Herron. Captain of the football team, one of the biggest playboys in school, aka Zach Herron. Everyone calls him Herron, though. All he wants to do is hook up with every girl in our school. It’s disgusting. I can’t stand him, and I’ve promised myself over 50 times not to let him anywhere near me or my friends. “Hey, I think you dropped this!” A strange voice behind me says. I turned around to find.. “Bean? That isn’t you, is it?” “Oh my gosh, Ria! I’d recognize that lovely voice anywhere.” Corbyn Besson, my best friend since sixth grade, except he had to leave in eighth grade because of his dad being in the Air Force. I started walking to him. “Why thank you my beautiful bean. How have you been?” I asked as I hugged him tight. “Oh you know, the usual, crazy high school drama.” “I thought you weren’t coming back for another few years.” “My parents decided we could come back to California while my dad is off of work because of his injury.” “Omg! What happened?” “Minor gunshot, nothing too bad.” “Is he ok? Are you ok?” “He’s fine, I’m fine. Well better now that I know you’re in the same school as me.” “You weren’t here last year, correct?” “Yeah, we only stayed overseas for a little bit, ya know, before the accident. We really need to catch up, meet me in the gym during lunch?” Question: are you going to agree to go to the gym with Bean, catch up, and miss on your chance to spend time with Daniel, or are you going to go to the football field, meet up with Daniel and learn more about him, and miss out on catching up with Bean? This could be life changing, so choose wisely.
Oo that’s a tough one, even for me. Idek which one I’d choose. Choose wisely, have fun, and enjoy the imagine.