I got 2 A’s – economy and maths.
On a break E. went to the bin to throw a piece of paper, there was Barbara walking too. I looked at them. “Why are you looking at me like that? Do you want to tell me something?” As you can see, there isn’t a “Nick” in this question, so it wasn’t E., but Barbara.
After school, when we were waiting for the bus I was standing aside from the other students when our ex-music teacher passed. After I quietly said “Good afternoon”, he said to me “Nick why are you standing aside? You call him.” “We call him, he doesn’t want” said the only female in the group – Andrea. Few days ago on her question “Do you want me to talk to you?”, I gave the answer “No”. It was because I wanted to distance from the girls to improve my reputation. “Don’t you want?” was the following thing from Lewis looking at me. I said “I don’t want”, I couldn’t lie. “If he doesn’t want force him” – the teacher ended and continued his way. The event from my perspective? I wanted to wait with them, but nobody from the boys called me. Why she had to say it? Simply because she’s a female – the gender who speaks a lot. And maybe you’ll think I’m stereotypical and sexist, but I want fast results – I don’t even have a day left from high school. Stereotypical – yes, but I first observe, then make conclusions. Not coincidentally granddad says to grandma “Stop”. Because for example if a young kid who goes in kindergarten chooses a male as his best friend, it doesn’t mean he’s a sexist. Consequently this isn’t sexism too.
In your opinion, what would have happened if Andrea wasn’t there?
Darryl and Ethan asked me about what lessons are for our philosophy interrogation. I felt calm. Later Darryl hugged me on sport and asked me about English homework. In this afternoon Barbara came I to practice her math.
…Our management test was delayed for Friday.
I got A on sport, despite I wasn’t sure I’ll make it. The professor said I was hard-working and that I do the thing the school way. Right after that Mary hugged me from the back. I wanted to evict it, so I lifted myself up. Mary’s hands were over my chest and she put them a little down and made a circle. I couldn’t control myself anymore: I smiled and turned around. It was because sometimes I touch “them” at home. Few minutes later (or maybe just one) when I was kneeling next to the bench, I heard the professor saying “You see, that’s the difference between you and Nick. Nick watches and tries and makes it the school way.” I was still laughing for “my boobs and Mary” and didn’t realize who was that referring to. When I saw in front of me, it was E.. I got serious immediately. Not to forget that when I was supposed to do the steps, he gave me the basket. I was amazed for a while when I saw him close to me holding the ball with raised hands and looking at me. Was this a new step in our relationship? He said “Here” while I was still wondering if that ball had us as a target? Will the later event (laughing) affect us?