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The next morning, Cassie woke up with a smirk on her face. It was the first day of Project G. That’s what Cassie’s friends and her decided to call it.
Anyway, Cassie slipped into pale pink skinny jeans, a white tank, and a dark pink long sleeve over it, pink converse, and twisted her hair into a bouncy ponytail. I smiled at myself in the mirror, grabbed her Prada tote bag, and headed to the limo.
“Hey, Carlos!” Cassie waved at her limo driver.
“Ready for school?” Carlos called.
“Totally! Oh and can you also pick up Nadine for me?”
Carlos opened up the back door and Cassie slipped inside, “Of course!” he nodded, getting into the driver’s seat.
When they reached Nadine’s house, Nadine was sitting on the front steps made entirely out of marble. She rushed over, and hopped into the seat. Carlos began driving.
“Hey, Nadine. OK, so what is the first thing we will do today?” Cassie asked.
Nadine smiled, “Ah, Project G!” Nadine reached into her backpack and pulled out her dad’s cologne, “We can make her smell like guy.”
Cassie shrugged, “Ugh. Well, it’s worth a shot.”
“Hurry, up! I see Grace!” Cassie motioned at Nadine, Kellie, and Clio. They hid behind the bushes and watched Grace walk over. Right when she was passing over, Cassie yelled, “Watch out!” Grace sprung around to face Cassie and Nadine squirted the cologne all over her. Coughing, Grace began running, tripping every couple steps.
“Ew, Grace! Don’t you know the difference between girl perfume and guy cologne?” Clio yelled after her, doubling with laughter at the sight of Grace stumbling and coughing.
Nadine and Cassie smirked at each out. Ah, this was going to be a good day.
It was. All through the day the girls picked on Grace. They wrote a fake love letter to her from the boy who whistled on the first day Grace joined school. Cassie watched in satisfaction as Grace threw the letter in the dustbin, blinking back tears.
During lunch, Clio asked Grace if she could borrow a quarter. While Grace was searching her bag, Clio shook sugar all over her sandwich. When Grace finally fished out a quarter, Clio shrugged, “Oh, I don’t really need it. Sorry.” And then she stalked off.
Grace dropped the quarter back into her bag and took a bite into the sandwich. “Ugh!!” she spit the sandwich back onto her tray. Everyone wrinkled up his or her nose. “Gross, Grace! That totally puts us off eating now!” complained a red-haired girl, putting her taco down and rolling her eyes.
“S-sorry.” Mumbled Grace, staring at her lap.
When the bell rang at the end of the day, it was time for the final step. Cassie, Kellie, Clio, and Nadine snuck up after Grace outside after school, and Kellie reached out and snapped Grace’s bra strap. All the boys hooted.
Grace whipped around “Stop! Stop! Stop!”
“What makes you think we would?” Cassie asked, hands on hip.
Grace let out an angry cry and tackled Cassie to the ground. “Hey! You’re going to ruin my shirt! That was $85!” Cassie screamed, sinking her nails into Grace’s shoulders.
Grace snapped Cassie’s ponytail loose and cried, “I don’t care! You ruined my life!”
Cassie pushed her away, “Only because you ruined mine!”
But Cassie didn’t have enough time to answer.
The principal was glaring over them.
“Up now! My office!” she barked, “You are in big trouble!”

Submitted: February 01, 2009

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Great job, i hope the princibal dosn't kill her, lol, tell me when you update

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Sun, February 1st, 2009 2:26am


Will do! ^.^

Wed, March 4th, 2009 3:18pm


Lol...loved the perfume one...thats a good idea...and the sugar one! lol...really good!!!! let me know when you get the next chap up!

Sun, February 1st, 2009 4:05am


Ya, I couldn't think of anything to like to do so I just made that up as I went along! I'm really glad you enjoyed it! ^^

Sun, February 1st, 2009 5:50am

Gift Of Noni


Nice shift in the story from light-hearted fun to the serious side of teen social struggles. I like how you seem to write so little, but say so much.

Nice Style,


Fri, February 6th, 2009 4:13am


Ya. I have a slight problem with not writing HUGE chapters like a lot of people on Booksie. =( But, like you say, I manage somehow to show what needs to shown.

Sat, February 7th, 2009 4:38am

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