When I reached my house Sophie was ready to die with curiousity. "Is he hot? What does he look like? Where did you meet? Was that a date? Why don't you know his name?" She asked me a lot of questions all at once.
"Okay um I don't know, I don't know, at the park, I don't know, and I don't know," I answered her all at once.
"What do you mean you don't know?" She questioned me.
"Well we only meet in the dark so we don't know what each other looks like," I replied.
"Well is his voice hot?" Sophie inquired.
"Yes. Absolutely," I answered without thinking.
"How long have you guys known each other?" She asked.
"Umm...like four days," I told her.
"I'm so happy for you! You finally found someone!" She exclaimed.
"It's not like that. We're just acquaintances," I said.
"You're kidding right?," She replied sarcastically. "And what happens at these meetings?" Sophie asked.
"Well we ate Nandos last time and today he kind of took my phone and in an attempt to get it back I fell onto him." I answered nonchalantly but realized I was twirling my hair and snapped myself out of my vision.
"Oh you've got it bad girl!" She exclaimed.
"Shut up!" I said throwing a pillow from the couch at her.
"But now you're going to be all bummy tomorrow when we meet One Direction at the golf course," She said.
"You said we're going golfing?" I asked in disbelief. I hated golfing; I normally just sat in the arcade and played stupid games.
"Well Harry said he'd golf with me. The rest of the boys insisted on staying in the arcade with you to make you like them," She said.
"Oh so you're into Styles?" I asked in response. She giggled and looked away. "Oh okay. I got you," I laughed at her.
"Can I stay the night again?" She questioned.
"Is One Direction in England?" I laughed. She flipped out her phone and sent a text to her mum saying she was staying over again. Sophie stayed over so often that our parents never said no and she basically had her own wardrobe at my house.
We raced each other to the top of the stairs and she won. "Wait what time are we meeting them?" I asked her.
"I told them we'd be there by two-thirty," She answered.
"Just wonderful," I replied.
We got ready for bed and I flipped on some stupid show on the tele. One minute we were making fun of the idiots on screen and the next were sounding sleeping in my bedroom