Meeting The Troublemaker

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#2 "Packing"

“Wait, what?” Cole asked, his mouth falling open.

“This isn’t a joke?” Josh asked seriously.

“Yeah. He even booked a flight for me. I’m going to freaking South Korea.” I said gloomily.

“Wow. Man. I can’t believe he followed through this time.” Cole said, stunned.

“It’s your senior year! We were going to own this school. You can’t leave us!” Josh said, frowning.

“If It was up to me, I wouldn’t go in the first place,” I said, sighing.

“Wow. You are actually going. D...Did you pack your stuff?” Josh asked.

“Nope. I should though. Dad said that he will send me the stuff by post if I put them in boxes.” I said.

“We’ll help you get sorted out,” Cole said, standing up from the couch.

“Nah. It’s really alright.” I said. Cole and Josh shook their heads.

“What kind of a friend are we to leave you alone to pack?” Josh said.

I stared at them and soon smiled. “Alright. Pizza is on me when we finish this.”

“Boo. Is that all you can do? You gotta feed us more than just a pizza.” Cole said, grinning.

“Yeah. I call for oven spaghetti too!” Josh said.

“Ooh! I call for hot wings!” Cole said.

I shook my head as I followed them upstairs. They were idiots, but I was going to miss them.


Once we finished packing, 6 hours have passed. It was already time for dinner. Dad was home, stuck in his study. He gave me 50 dollars for the dinner, which I took with a frown. I was still giving him the cold shoulder, but he didn’t even mind a bit. I didn’t even want to take his money, but I was low on the budget.

“So what kind of pizza will we order?” Cole asked, slumping on the couch that was in the living room.

“Pepperoni. Duh?” Josh said, slumping on the couch as well.

“Now that’s boring. No wonder it’s your favorite.” I said, scoffing as I pushed them aside.

“Oh really? I’m the boring one.” Josh said sarcastically.

“Oh my god. I thought you knew. Josh equals Bore. I thought it was a world-known thing. Guess not.” Cole said, his eyes widening.

“Like Hawaiian pizza is better than Pepperoni,” Josh said, now narrowing his eyes.

“Uh, yeah. It is.” Cole said, rolling his eyes.

“Even a worldwide known chef said that pineapple shouldn’t be used as a pizza topping. Admit it. Your favorite pizza sucks.” Josh said.

Cole gasped. “You take that back!”

“No! You take it back! Pepperoni is not boring!” Josh said, scowling.

“Guys, guys. You guys shouldn’t fight. It’s not like I’m going to let you guys choose anyway. I already ordered Shrimp pizza with Hot chicken bits.” I said, smiling a satisfied smile. Both of them groaned.

“Why? Why would you do that to us?” Josh said.

“Yeah. You know that we hate shrimps.” Cole said, sighing.

“I know. You guys would have to just give me the shrimps on your slices.” I said.

“You are evil,” Cole said, glowering at me.

“Did you at least order the spaghetti?” Josh said.

“Yeah! And the hot wings?” Cole asked, his eyes widening.

I scoffed. “Do you guys think I’m made of money? I barely had enough for the pizza!”

Cole narrowed his eyes. “Your dad gave you 50 bucks for dinner.”

I swatted my hand at him. “I need to live during the last few days, Cole.”

Josh just rolled his eyes. “Anyways, you aren’t going to bail on us for the entire year, right?”

“Of course not. This is the 21 century. We can still keep in touch, man.” I said, rolling my eyes as well.

“I’m going to miss you,” Cole said, biting his lip.

“Just cuddle your girlfriend or whatever,” I said, shaking my head.

“Ew. Why would I cuddle my girl when I’m thinking of you?” Cole said, disgusted.

“I can feel the love,” I said.

“I’m just kidding. Well, no. Not really. But I will miss you. Who’s going to lead us into doing all those epic senior pranks?” Cole said.

“Yeah. You were always the one with the best ideas.” Josh said, frowning.

“I’ll just send you the ideas. Don’t forget to film it though. I want to see all the pranks you guys pull this year.” I said, grinning.

Just then, the doorbell rang. As I got up to pay for the pizza, those two eagerly followed me to the front door. I swear they were like puppies.

As soon as I paid for it, Josh ran to the living room, holding the pizza box with Cole hot on his heels. I chuckled as I followed them.

“I knew it!!!” Josh said gleefully as he took a bite of the oven spaghetti.

“Aww. You care about us.” Cole said, smiling widely as he grabbed one of the hot wings.

“Dig in,” I said, grabbing a slice of pizza. I was definitely going to miss my mates.


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