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June 21, 2006

I woke up in a very bad mood. As I lay there, I tried to remember why. My dream was a very vivid one and it took a minute to remember the night before. Meril came stomping in the movies, where I was on a date, and dragged my boyfriend up by the hair. I can’t believe that he actually punched him. I mean, granted I wanted to do the same thing, but I don’t think that it was any of his business. I never felt so humiliated by two boys before.

Tyson, my date, was offering to take me to his car and do more than just kissing. I wasn’t really as shocked as I should have been. After all, he was one of the ones that started a nasty rumor about me a couple of years ago. I thought that he had changed, but the fact that he had the nerve to ask me to do what he wanted, made me furious.

Before I could say or do anything about it, Meril had come out of nowhere and punched him. I got popcorn and soda all over me. The boys got some on themselves but it didn’t stop them from fighting. Then I got grabbed by security and removed from the building. As soon as I was left outside, I turned around and ran into my old nemesis; Rebecca.

The smile on her face made my hands ache to hit something. I was still furious about Meril showing up and yanking my boyfriend up by the hair. I don’t know how I got popcorn and soda on me, exactly. As a matter of fact, I think that Meril must have already had it all over him. While I was thinking about it, Rebecca was making a comment about it. When she smirked at me, I just smiled. I didn’t really hear what she said anyway.

“Hey, is that your mom coming?” I asked.

Rebecca spun around and looked in the direction that I was pointing at. When I started laughing, she spun back around but was unable to say anything because security was dumping Meril and Tyson down on the curb. The boys were still trying to get a hold of each other. Rebecca stood frozen for a second before she regained her composure.

“Meril? Tyson?” Rebecca questioned. Then she looked at me with a glare that would have frozen normal people in place. They both had been her boyfriend at one point in her life and she blamed me for losing them both.

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