Yesterday in study hall, I was reading/studying
... LET ME FINISH, ME!
Anyways... I was reading/studying, when suddenly three upperclassmen run onto the stage - one with a camera, one with one of those microphone-on-a-stick thingies, and one just... chillin'. The one that wasn't holding anything (I don't know his name, so let's call him Billy) started saying, "Hi guys! I have a story to tell you! It's super cool!" And we were all just like, "Wha...?"
Even the study hall teachers! And then he begins, and he's just like, "Alright, so this one time I was at a band concert because I'm in band, when I looked into the orchestra part, and saw this girl, and I was like 'Wow, she's pretty.' So I asked her out. So we left and went to an ice cream place. There was a problem though. I fail at eating ice cream cones. But I didn't want to be un-manly and eat from one of those little girly cups, so I got a cone. Double scoop. *insert intense nod here*" And everyone in study hall was just like:
And he continues then. "So then we ate the ice cream. I got ice cream everywhere... on my face, in my hair, on my arms and legs, ever on her! And we were just staring at each other. But then the worst thing happened. Her mother walked past and saw. And she grabbed some napkins, and started rubbing me off." At that, everyone was like:
And then he says, "And then we were all just staring at each other again. And then I just stood up, threw out the rest of my ice cream, and walked away without another word. I never talked to her again." By the end, everyone was like this:
We weren't sure of what to do. But then, Billy and the guy with the camera ran out threw the curtains and closed them behind then. So the other guy tried to follow, but couldn't find the opening, so he started "hyperventilating" and screamed, then kicked a door open and ran out. I was sorta a mix of these:
I asked Cameron, "What just happened?" And he shook his head and mumbled, "I do not know... I just don't know... Our school is so weird..." So that was study hall yesterday...