Starting Over Again Pt 1

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic

Austin Griffin had broken up with his girlfriend Barbie a month ago. Barbie is wondering why he wants to get back together with her. One day at lunch in the cafeteria Barbie spots Tiffany Lavigne, who happens to be a total slut sitting with Austin. Tiffany then leans in to kiss Austin and blames it on him even though it wasn’t true. Now Barbie wants Austin back. Do Barbie and Austin get back together?

STARTING OVER AGAIN PT 1

“Mickey stop moving,” Barbie said as she was finishing decorating the gymnasium on Mickey’s shoulders. They didn’t have a ladder so they had to improvise.

“Mickey,”

“Barbie I have to pee,”

“Is that why you’re crossing your legs Mickey,” Austin asked walking into the gymnasium with a can of mountain dew.

“Come on Barbie I really have to go,” Mickey said squirming. “Alright finished, there,” Barbie said. “Alright Barbie I’m going to set you down gently,” Mickey said with his legs still crossed. He looked like a ballerina squatting down to let Barbie off his shoulders. She got off his shoulders. He then got up quickly to uncross his legs and sprinted out the door to go to the men’s room.

“No running in the hallway,” The school monitor demanded. “Emergency,” Mickey yelled out as he ran towards the restroom. Austin and Barbie had laughed at him.

“What are you doing here Austin?” Barbie asked as she went back to painting the banner.

“Purple and pink, what is this a valentine’s theme party?” Austin asked taking a drink of his mountain dew.

“You know it’s not that kind of dance,”

“Really? Because to me it looks like you girls are losing your touch on what you think is cool,” Austin said finishing his soda. “And you think you know what is cool?” Barbie said annoyed with him.

“Sure do,”

“Alright enlighten me,” Barbie said. “Fine, so what you need to do is to get rid of the girly colors and put up some manly decorations,” He said as he hit his chest then burped. “Oh good grief,” Barbie rolled her eyes.

Austin raised his arm to throw his soda can in the trash. He made it in.

“Nothing but net,” He said showing off. “So tell me, why are you really here?” Barbie asked Austin.

“I want you back,” Austin said boldly.


Submitted: May 26, 2020

© Copyright 2021 Alicia Wooters. All rights reserved.

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