Monday, 6 August 2007
11:47:11 PM (GMT)
CHAPTER 2: A New Leaf
The day went by pretty fast, unlike those unfortunate days at her old school, where
Charlette was tortured all day by those imbiciles who call themselves honors. "Hey
Charlette, are you gonna turn me into a frog? HAHAHAHA!" "Charlette, why don't you
just hop on your broomstick and fly away! HAHAHAHA!" Curse that day at the Chess
Club. WHY did she have to loose to that jerk of a boy, Albert?!?! WHY did she have to
loose her temper and shatter all that windows in class?!?! If she JUST went to that
skiing trip with her parents, she wouldnt've been in this situation!!! *Thanks a lot,
MOM! I'm SURE Aunt Pearl would have a GREAT story to tell you about how I WAS
KIDNAPPED BY A GIANT HAIRY TROLL WITH BAD BREATH AND DESPRATE NEED TO SEE A
"You. Me. Chess."
"It's hard to believe you passed English with that kind of grammar. Not now."
"Why? You're too CHICKEN?!?! BAWK! BAWK!"
Charlette smirked at how immature he was being.
"Why are you smiling? You're SUPPOSED TO BE ANGRY!!!"
"Why be angry?"
"BECAUSE I JUST INSULTED YOU!!!" he screamed, waving his arms around to make sure she
was paying attention.
"YES!!! Oh, whatever. You wanna play or not?"
"As a matter of fact, I do." she said confidently, being the school champion.
The game took about an hour, which felt like days for Albert. He was losing. Badly.
But luckily, Charlette got so cocky and overconfident that she forgot what she was
doing, and made a bad move.
"CHECK MATE!!! HAHAHA!!! I WIN!!!"
"WHAT?!?!?! How.. huh..?"
"WHO'S THE LOSER NOW, HUH?!?!"
Charlette was so angry. At Albert, at his posse, and at herself. She let out a scream
of anger and dignital loss, making the windows around her crack. Her face turned red,
her fists were clenched, and her teeth gritted. Then finally the windows shattered,
and she fainted.
*NO. This wasn't going to happen again.*
All she had to do was keep her cool, and not talk. Then everything would turn out
fine. That is, until dinner.
"Students, we would like to introduce a new student."
Last edited: 26 August 2007