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Thank God my best friend was there to come to my rescue.
“Sara’s just a little bit shy,” she told the table.
She is dating super hot football god Rob, and he actually likes her and asked her to prom!
At the time, I was far too busy with other things, like curating the right layout for my Myspace page and trying to convince people that while I probably like I was into fan fiction, I had actually never written fan fiction in my life (due to my strict anti-fan fiction policy built on the premise that the very idea of fan fiction sullied the actual author’s intention) and thus, I simply did not have the time.
I had my cousins meet up with us so they could hold up some signs on Space Mountain when they take your picture.
Once we got off the ride she went up the stairs to see our picture and was pretty taken aback at what she saw.
It’s like post- Drake, plus any particularly vindictive Rihanna song (so, you know–all of them), but, like, the Kidz Bop version, so it is cleaner, yet more shrill, so you can only listen to it a minute at a time.
I’m still single popped up, I was so over it; I sure as f*ck don’t know why I’m still single, so don’t ask me.
If I date in middle school, however, I know exactly what it would have been like–I would find a willing suitor, and he would ask me out on the bus to the class field trip to Colonial Williamsburg by asking his friend, Gareth, to ask my friend, Ellie, if I wanted to go out with him “during the field trip,” a decision I would agonize over for an hour with my friends before deciding that, yes, I have a boyfriend during this field trip, and we would walk around the cobblestone streets of Williamsburg, holding hands amongst the character actors in authentic pre-Revolutionary War garb, and decide that we wanted to be official at the end of the day, and then we would break up exactly six days later because he texted a heart emoji to Kara, my nemesis, even though he was “just asking for the homework.” It would have been perfect. Check out the best middle school relationship goals you’ll never be able to achieve: 1.