me sneakin into yo man’s house
ravi has a really dumb face and he can’t rap for shit so i kind of should have known i’d fall in love with him bc that’s what happens 2 me
In 3-D art, it was… KARAOKE HOUR! Kimi and I started off singing our most kick-ass cover of Hole’s “Violet.” Afterward, Blake, Jeff, Kimi and I belted out our signature song, “Total Eclipse of The Heart.” Then for the grand finale, Blake instructed, “Now, clap your hands. One-two, one-two…” We clapped our hands rhythmically as Blake started crooning. “I wuz, BOOOOORN in thuh U-S-A, I WUZ. BOOOOOORN in thuh U-S-A!” I laughed so hard I cried.
There was more singing at lunch. The Lunch Bunch and I gathered around for a chorus of “Kumbaya” around the table, before having one last food fight. The Diverse Table got together and we took some funny photos too. Later on in gym class I sat with some kids, including Amanda. I wanted to tell her that I really didn’t hate her, she doesn’t seem to hate me, and that it was all a misunderstanding. But we both stayed quiet, and I guess silence is the best way. We counted down to the ring of the dismissal bell, and then we shrieked, “WE’RE IN HIGH SCHOOL NOW!!!”
I didn’t start crying until it was time to get on the bus. Adam and I made out in front of the security guards, we didn’t care and neither did they. “I’ll keep my promise!” I said, between kisses. I watched Adam’s bus drive away as he blew me a kiss and shouted, “I love you!” The kids on my bus comforted me as I was sobbing, singing our own jacked-up version of “The Wheels On The Bus.”
Farewell, middle school.