"ATTENTION STUDENTS THE SCHOOL WILL HAVE IT'S ANNUAL SNOWFLAKE BALL SCHOOL DANCE
THIS FRIDAY AT 6:00PM. YOU WILL BE ABLE TO BUY YOUR TICKETS IN THE MORNINGS AT LUNCH OR AFTERSCHOOL.TICKETS WILL BE 3 DOLLARS. I HOPE WE WILL SEE YOU THERE NOW CONTINUE WITH YOUR LUNCHES."
That was the announcement that came onto the speakers.
"So Reagan? Are you going to the dance?" Thomas pretended to swoon her into going with her prince charming.
"Well it depends so one asked me yet."
"Will you two stop being so freaking soppy and agree to go to the dance with each other?" They knew we thought it was cute but it was disgusting too. They both laughed and continued eating.
"So? Lets play a game." I suggested.
"What?" everyone asked me.
"Lets play guess how many date requests Rachel, Kya, and Heather will get to the dance."
"People like them make me sick. What they do to people for their own benefit. Sick rich jackfaces." Mira laughed.
All of us hate them. They put the "Hate" in "Hate".
"So what about you guys?" Reagan was trying to imply we needed dates.
"Good one Reagan. Very Funny. But I don't think so." I knew that I would never get asked. So why go right?
"I don't think I'm gonna go." I announced. Everyone looked at me. Brianna, Mira, Reagan, Thomas, and Dodge.
"You have to come. It won't be fun without you." Everyone practically begged me to come. I know I'm just so cool. They were just about to give up and I agreed to going.
"But I'm not promising anything. I always get headaches at dances." I said. Everyone cheered.
"Well obviously Rachel and whoever the crap is dumb enough to go with her will be Snow Prince and Princess." 'Snow Prince and Princess' is what our over imaginative principal calls them. He must have had a lonely childhood.
"Well Thomas and Reagan could win." Mira joked with them. We all started laughing.
"Yeah we will all vote for you!"
"Yeah you guys are cute together!"
"Guys why I don't like being put in the spotlight like that!" Reagan worried. We all knew we weren't let her back out of it we were going to vote for them anyways. Thomas talked her into it and we eventually got the ball rolling. We were all going to buy our tickets tomorrow at lunch and maybe this dance would be better than I hoped it would be.