Another Cinderella

A Wet Head

(Bella's POV)

Our waiter was standing there flirting in front of Edward. And he was flirting back. I can't believe it, well, I can. But he was the one who invited me! And he's flirting with the waiter! I can't believe he's doing that! Well, you know what I mean.

"Edward, you are so dead." I whispered harshly to myself. I don't now why it bothered so much, but it did. I walked over and around the flirting waitress.

"Why hello Edward, I didn't know you knew our waitress. You should have told me, I would have left."

"Bella..." He started, but I cut him off.

"No, really, I would have. Because, from what I see, you two are really good friends."

"Bella, let me explain."

"No Edward. Let me explain, since you didn't listen the first time. I didn't come here with you so you could flirt with the waitress. I came here because I was trying to let you make up for yesterday. But once again, you haven't done a very good job with anything." With that, I picked up my drink, and poured it all over his head. I turned around from his soaking figure and walked over to my friends, who were laughing.

When I looked back at Edward and saw what he looked like, I burst out laughing myself. His hair was soaked, as well as the top part of his shirt. He had a look of astonishment on his face. It was hilarious!

"Alice, can you take me home? I need to get out of this outfit soon, before it rips from where I'm laughing so hard." I said as I calmed down.

"Sure." She said.

"Wait Bella. Where are you going?" came Edward's voice. I turned around and faced him.

"I'm going with my friends so I can go home?" I said sourly.

"Why don't I take you?"

"Edward, unless you want to get hurt, you will leave me alone. I'm tired of your tricks." I started walking away out of the restaurant towards the yellow Porsche.

"Bella, you won't let me explain."

"Why do you think that? I mean it's certaintly not because you were flirting with the waitress." I said sarcastically. "Besides, I don't think you need to explain. I know what you were doing, I'm not blind, and I'm certainly not stupid." I opened one of the doors to the car.

"I never said you were stupid. Just let me explain."

"There's nothing to explain, Edward." With that I got in the car, closed and locked the door before he could stop me, and we left down the road. When we got close to my house, I told Alice to drop me off there, I didn't want them to see or hear Karen. Little did I know how unnecessary it was.

I hurried into our yard, seeing that all the lights were off. As I opened the door, I remembered that I didn't have my truck with me. I'll have to call Alice to see if she will pick me up. I thought. I walked over to the phone, while noticing that all the chores were done, which means I'm in trouble tomorrow.

I called Alice, and she said she would pick me up at seven thirty. So I have to make up and excuse to stay late, which I already have. I'm sure Karen will make me do the chores before I leave. I hurried up stairs so I could have enough sleep before I have to get up early enough to do the chores.

I walked up stairs and got ready for bed. As soon as my head it the pillow, I was asleep.


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