Read Story: SEASON 1 EPISODE 121
“You’re working tomorrow, right?”
he asked me and I nodded. “Mind
me stopping by your job?” I shook
“That’d be nice; Mere isn’t working
and sometimes, I get bored,” I
explained as I fiddled with my
hands. His eyes were boring into
mine as he spoke slowly. He
enunciated every word.
He nodded his head. “I’m going to
go apply for that job, too.”
“Good luck,” I smiled as he leaned
in and kissed my cheek.
“I can’t wait for that one month
mark,” he jokingly whined.
I felt my face redden.
“What?” Jonah asked me, eyebrows
furrowed and a small smirk on his
lips. “Did you just say
“Bye!” I muttered as I got out of
the car, wanting to slam my face
into a wall for embarrassing myself
As I entered the house, my brother
was casually sitting there. “Did you
get that kiss yet?”
I frowned. “Not quite.”
My brother groaned. “Tell me when
I rolled my eyes. “Why can’t I have a
“Why can’t I have a sister that can
tell a guy that she likes him?” my
“Maybe the same guy who’s
keeping me from telling Jonah that
I like him is the same guy that’s
keeping me from having a normal
brother,” I remarked and Jeremiah
glared at me. I just smiled in
response before walking upstairs.
“How’d it go?” Mere asked as I put
her and Dana on a three-way call. I
pressed the phone between my
shoulder and my ear as I played on
the XBOX. “Hello? Earth to
Savannah! I asked you a question!”
Dana giggled, not at all intimidated
by the longer friendship of Mere
and I. “I…heard you. I’m…
busy…killing people on…Call of Duty.
You cheater!” I screamed as I
slammed the XBOX controller down
onto my bed. It bounced a bit
before settling between my arms. I
grabbed at my hair.
“Are you sure they aren’t just better
than you?” Dana questioned and I
glared at the television screen as I
was returned to the lobby.
I scowled. “Are you sure they aren’t
just better than you? Of course
they’re not better than me Dana;
they’re noobs,” I mocked her voice.
Mere was in a full on laughing fit
but she sobered up to ask me her
question. “How’d it go?”
“Oh, it went well. Jonah said his
parents like me. I guess it’s good,” I
muttered as I rolled onto my back.
“If it’s good then why are you so
upset?” Dana asked me and I
I rolled back onto my stomach. “I
want it be real!”
“Make it real,” Mere stated and
Dana made a sound of agreement. I
groaned, running my hand over my
“It’s not that easy!” I complained.
“Caleb was convinced about 3 days
ago! Yet Jonah still kisses your
cheek and holds your hand. Answer
me this, does he do it when
nobody’s around?” Dana’s question
caught me off guard and I was
silent for a minute. He does, like he
did when we were in the car.
“Yes,” I muttered.
“Was that a yes I heard? It was,
right? Of course it was because he
likes you! Just tell him that you like
him and he’ll make it official,” Dana
“Or you can man up and demand that the
relationship is real. Don’t give him an option to
disagree; if he tries to fight it- put him in a plastic bag
and put him in your basement. Don’t forget to use
chloroform,” Mere stated as if it was the obvious
answer. It seemed as if she spoke from experience.
I was silent. “I think I’d rather go with Dana’s answer.
But I’m not going to go with either. What I’m going
to do is go to sleep. Goodnight!” I exclaimed before I hung up with a sigh. Why are relationships so