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all i want

all i want

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hi!i wrote this a few days ago. im 14 by the way. it's not complete but i spent my vacations writing this. please tell me if u like it and if u can give me a few pointers as to how to improve it. thanks
hi!i wrote this a few days ago. im 14 by the way. it's not complete but i spent my vacations writing this. please tell me if u like it and if u can give me a few pointers as to how to improve it. thanks

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Chris McKenzie
I sat between my friends, playing truth and dare. It was lunchtime, in our highschool. We were all laughing together as we got different dares to do. I was left. Finally, Igot my turn.“So dude, truth or dare?” my friend, Paul asked. I replied, “hmmm…I guess dare!”“I got a dare for you, Chris!” Another friend of mine cried excitedly. “You have to takethat gal behind you on a date and make her prom queen! You got
 five
days, man!” he said pointing behind me. Everyone hooted. I looked behind me; a rather simple girl withglasses sat eating in the cafeteria. I had Spanish class with her. She was very quiet; Inever had heard a thing from her. “Man! You could have given me a better girl” I saidturning back towards my friends. “No buts! Go get her” Carl said, and then so calmly, “I bet it wouldn’t be that hard, girls praise you”. I rolled my eyes, but I guess he was right asI
was
handsome and girls were literally falling to their knees in front of me. It wouldn’t be too hard, it’ll be just one dumb date, I thought. I was sure that I would do this dare perfectly. I was obnoxious about it. “Okay guys, you convinced me. I know I can do this.What can happen?” I said the last line casually, not knowing that my whole life wouldchange after this. The guys snickered.As I walked towards her, I ran my hand through my soft, dark hair. I reached thetable, and said, “Hi!” she looked up calmly. Man! She did not even show any sign that themost popular guy in school was standing right in front of her, so I threw my ultra smile,as to emphasize my standing in front of her. Still she did not as much as blink. Myconfidence wavered a bit. She said, “Hello. Can I help you?” I smiled at her, just a smallsmile. “Oh no, no! I believe I have seen you in my Spanish class, so I just figured thatwhy don’t I have little chit chat with you, can I?” I looked stupid, I could just feel it.Jeez! What have I got my self into? At first she just scrutinized my face; I wonder whatwas she looking for? Then she shrugged and said in an offhand voice, “I guess, have aseat.”“Thanks” and I sat down. She was reading something and just munching away.“So…” I started awkwardly. She looked up and gave me a tiny smile. That smile warmedmy inside with relief, or was it something else? No just relief I said inside my head.“Yes?” I started again, “I was wondering…have you ever dated someone?” she frowned“No, why do you ask?” uh oh. “Um just wondering.” I said a bit weakly. I have never feltso embarrassed
or 
nervous in my life. “Oh” was all she said. “Well then! For a first, youwanna go out sometime? Like tonight? I said this all in a rush. She looked confused,“with whom?” “Myself” obviously. “With you!” she said in shock. “Er…somethingwrong in that?” I asked nervously and a bit curiously; not one girl has once shown thiskind of shock, on the contrary they were giddy. “Like everything! You Chris McKenzieasking me Melissa johns on a date, is this a joke?” her voice rose an octave; some peoplearound us stared at us curiously. Melissa (I got the name) was staring at me with wideeyes. “If you think it is funny!” I muttered. She got up and started throwing her booksinside her bag; I just watched her; my mouth hanging slightly. As she stormed out of thecafeteria I stood up feeling shocked and a bit gloomy; seriously, if you were-for the firsttime-been dissed by a girl you would know how I felt. My friends were snickering away,talk about good friends! I was not in the mood to talk to them; I just took my bag andslipped out of the cafeteria. I had Spanish next, I was still numb. My brain then registeredthe fact that Melissa would be in the same class. I got an excited feeling in myself as I
 
thought of seeing Melissa again. Excited? I think I had cracked. Me excited to seeMelissa johns? No way! I repeated in my brain firmly, trying to gain some control over myself. But, I could not resist.As I entered in the room, I searched until I saw her sitting in one of the front seats;she was looking intently at the black board. I made my way inside and sat on a seat. Iusually sat in the last row, but I had to give another try. I think she felt me sitting behindher because she froze in her chair. This was totally creeping me out. The class started asusual, with Mr. Varner entering and starting his boring lesson. I spent the whole lessonstaring at her; she did not as much as move a muscle.At last the class ended. Melissa, as it seems, was trying to ignore me. Well! Not for long. I walked outside the school and stood next to her red ford. After exactly threeminutes (I was checking my watch) she made her way outside the school and into the parking lot. Apparently, she did not see me, because she walked calmly towards her car.Finally, she saw me and her eyes widened and her expression became angry. She walkedtowards me and glared at me. “What is your problem? Why can’t you just leave mealone?” she practically hissed. I was taken aback by her hostility. “I just wanted to ask,what is so repulsive in me taking you on a date?” I tried to be reasonable. She took a deep breath, “I know you are just saying this to make a complete fool of me” she said throughgritted teeth. “What?” I was shocked “I respect girls, you know. I
 so
don’t want to makeyou look like a fool!” “Oh, yes you do!” she argued hotly. “No I do not!” Finally, shegave up. She sighed, “Fine! I accept your invitation. When is this-this date?” “Thank youvery much! The date is today. Will you please give me your address so I can pick youup?” I smiled at her. She rummaged in her bag, took a piece of paper and wrote down her address. “Here!” she handed it to me. “Thanks! I will pick you up at seven” I said givingher a huge smile. I guess she did not see it as she sat in her car without another word. 
Melissa Johns
There was a lot on my mind, as I drove my car. It will not be a surprise to find that allthese questions were leading to Chris. I mean it is not like I get the most popular guy for a date everyday; this was a first. As I parked my car I could not think straight.I ruffled my twin brother Jared’s hair as I passed him; he was eating out of the icecream tub again. We prefer not hanging out with each other in school.“Hey! Quit it Mel!” he grabbed my hand and pulled me in a headlock. “I’m going to tellmom you’re eating out of the tub again if you don’t release me this instant!” I cried as Istruggled to get free. “Tattle tail” he muttered as he released me.“Hey mom!” I called as I passed my mother. “Hello sweetie, how was school?”“Um, pretty good!” I said distracted. “Uh mom?” I faced her “yeah?” she smiled. Mymom is very pretty; although I do not think about my looks that much, but I do wish Iwas pretty like her. “I just wanted to tell that I wouldn’t be here this evening” shefrowned. “Why?” This was a question I was trying to suppress from hearing from mymother, who knows how she is going to react. “Well! I have a date with someone” Imuttered looking down. I heard a gasp and I looked up. She was staring at me withshocked eyes, and then she said something that made me look at her in astonishment.What she said was in a happy voice “Oh my god! My daughter is finally going out withsomeone! I thought this day would never come.” Huh? “Mom! It’s just a dumb date”“Just? Oh come on Mel, let’s go shopping” she grabbed me by the hand
 
Jared poked his hand around the corner “Mel’s going out?” he then grinned at me “Withwhom? Icky Tommy?”I grabbed my shoe and hurled at him. Tommy was a total nerd who picked his nose allthe time. He ducked. Damn it. He’s quick.“FYI, I’m going with Chris McKenzie!”“Whoa! Chris? As in Chris the Man?” Now he was interested.“How did you manage to get a date with the most popular guy?”“Dunno do I? He just came and asked me”My mother pulled me. “Come on sweetheart! Jared stop teasing your sister”* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *As we entered the mall, I headed towards my favorite store, but mom pulled me andsaid, “Oh no! We are going to get you something fancy.” And pulled me toward thishorrifying shop with mini skirts and trendy clothes.“Mom...no!” I tried to get her out of that dreadful shop, but guess who won? Of coursemy mom.Well! Anyways my mom snatched a mini zebra print skirt and a black studded tank topand told me to put them on.“God! You look beautiful, hon.” She cried, tears in her eyes as I stepped out of the tryroom. Sigh! My mom is so emotional. She paid for my outfit; she would not let me pay.We drove back home. Oh no! It was already six. I ran upstairs to my room and got ready.
Chris McKenzie 
I had dressed up in my favorite khaki pants and a black shirt. I rang the bell, and as Iwaited I straightened my shirt. Mr. Johns opened the door. “Yes?” “Uh…I have a datewith your daughter, sir!” I added the sir in the end-- a polite sign. He smiled “ah yes!Come in son, Mel is just getting ready” he said. “Thank you sir” I replied, took a deep breath and went inside. He leaded me to the lounge.A graceful lady was sitting on one of the sofas. She must have been Melissa’s mom.She smiled as I entered and stood up. “My! What a handsome boy!” I smiled, “how doyou do ma’am?” “I am fantastic, dear! I am delighted that you are taking Melissa. Shenever goes out with anyone.”“My pleasure!” I said. “Jared dear, say hello to Chris here” she turned toward a guywho was working on a laptop. He looked up—he looked a lot like Melissa; they must betwins—said “Yo!” and smiled. “Hey dude!” I said smiling a bit in return and nodded.“Have a seat there!” Mr. Johns said. “No dad, I am ready to go.” Someone said from behind me. I turned around and saw the most beautiful girl I had ever seen. I mean,seriously. Melissa was dressed in this hot zebra print mini skirt and a black top withstones. She had finally opened her Shiny black hair with a limp curl at the end. She hadremoved her glasses and I saw her big hazel—with a hint of green—eyes covered withthick lashes. Her lips were covered with pink lip gloss. She looked a bit nervous, and atthe moment so did I. She was the most beautiful thing I had ever seen. I realized mymouth had dropped, my eyes had widened. I hastily rearranged my features.“Shall we?” I asked moving closer to her. “Uh, sure” she smiled a little. Mr. and Mrs.Johns wished us a good evening—Jared seemed to be in the middle of something

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