Hand in Hand 2

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Young Adult  |  House: Booksie Classic
A short conversation between two people.

Submitted: May 31, 2012

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Submitted: May 31, 2012



Monica and Zach are partners in class. Monica notices that Zach's handwriting is very neat and concise.


Monica: Hey Zach. I have a theory.


Zach is perplexed at her straightforward manner.


Zach: And what would that be?


Monica: I think that you can tell a lot about a person by their handwriting. See, yours is small and very neat. To the point. Just like you! I don't think I've ever heard you joke around. And when you present projects, you never stutter, or ramble. It's all very well put together. And look at you! Your hair is neatly combed, your shirt perfectly ironed, shoes shined. You are walking perfection!


Zach blushes, but quickly recovers.


Zach: You know, I think you might be on to something! I mean, look at your handwriting.


Zach glances at her paper. He sees eraser marks, scribbled out letters, and unreadable chicken scrawl. He scrambles to compliment her.


Zach: You..uh..your letters are very...wild! You seem to make a lot of mistakes, but that's a good thing. Because you learn from mistakes, right? It's unreadable, but mystery is good. Yeah, I'd say your theory is pretty spot on!


Monica: I don't know whether to be insulted or flattered. I'm going to go with flattery for your sake.


Zach: Uh...cool!


Zach smiles.


Monica: Zach, youre funny! Kinda cute too. Not to mention a complete mess when you are talking to me. That's a good sign. Wanna get some frozen yogurt after school?


Zach: Sounds good to me!


Monica and Zach spend the rest of the hour discussing yogurt flavors, and handwriting. Everyone but them seems to know they are the perfect match.



The End

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