07-14-2011, 12:53 PM
Special Jonin Candidate
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: In a pineapple under the sea
Rep Power: 12
Re: 35 Tickets
It's been nearly three weeks since I've gotten another ticket. Of course the rumors about the day in class had already spread. I was already getting nicknames, but I didn't care to remember them.
"You're already famous around here." Aaron said. "You beat two seniors and you're only a freshmen."
I just shrugged. "Not like I care. I don't even want these stupid tickets."
Aaron rolled his eyes. "You shouldn't have taken them."
I looked at him. "Shut up."
He shrugged. "Whatever."
I sighed. Dakota, Rosalie, and Maylena decided to ditch school today, so I was stuck here alone with Aaron. We would normally be in class at this moment, but we decided to skip and we were sitting in the courtyard now. I was lying back on the bench, my head resting on Aaron's leg. The five of us have been friends for years, but I've always had a soft spot for Aaron. He was cute and he was a real sweetheart at times. I've always liked him, but unfortuantely he never felt the same way about me.
"So what are we going to do now?" Aaron asked.
"No clue." I sighed. "I'm about to fall alseep."
"You fall alseep you'll wake up in a dumpset." Aaron said.
"So cruel." I rolled my eyes.
"So do you plan on actually getting all of those tickets?"
"If it happens then It happens." I shrugged.
"You really don't care do you?" He asked setting his hand on my head.
"Not in the least." I said. "You want them?"
"No." He said. "I told you it was stupid. Come on, I'm thirsty."
I stood up and followed him to the water fountain. I leaned agasints the lockers. I noticed something sticking out of one of the doors. It was gold. Another ticket? I tired to pull it out, but it was stuck. I'd rip it if I pulled any harder.
"What are you doing?" Aaron asked.
"Trying to get something out." I said.
Aaron sighed and stepped in front of the locker and unlocked it. I slid the paper out. It was a ticket.
"I thought you said this thing was stupid." I said and held it up.
"It is." He said.
"That's why you've got a ticket." I said.
"I was one of the original thirty five poeple to get the tickets. I threw it in my locker, but forgot about it." He said. "You can keep it."
"I'm starting to get a collection of these things. I might as well try now." I sighed and stuffed it into my wallet.
"Dispite the fact I think this thing is stupid, if you want to do it, I guess I'll support you."
I looked up at him. Like I said he was a sweetheart. I bit the inside of my lip. "Thank you."
"So you've got three of them now?" Rosalie asked. We were sitting on the roof of Aaron's car looking out at the ocean.
"Yep. I might as well try to get the rest now, I've got three already."
"I think that's the most anyone's gotten." Dakota said.
"One of the seniors has four. If she beats him she gets them all." Maylena said. "What number's on that one."
"Seventeen." I answered.
"Well you've only got about thirty two more to go." Rosalie laughed.
"Yeah, but some of them have multpiule tickets by now so its shouldn't take too long." Nathan said jumping up onto the roof and sitting next to me. "She shouldn't have a problem though. Most of the people who have the tickets got them from intimidation. I know Eric never fought anyone to get his. He probably scared one of the younger kids into giving it to him."
"He has a point." Rosalie said. "That senior only has four because he's intimidating the freshmen."
"Hmph. No one's getting my tickets." I said. "I'll make sure of that."
Darling, you'd make a lovely corpse.