I woke up to the dreaded noise of my alarm clock. I lifted my arm up and kept hitting the machine till the noise stopped. My head was spinning and aching like crazy.
"Mel, are you up?" My mom asked.
I groaned in response and she walked in.
"Are you okay dear?"
I shook my head. "Whats wrong?"
I opened my eyes in an instant and immediately regretted it.
"Migrane?" She asked and I nodded.
More like a hangover. My mind told me but I ignored the fact.
"I'll go get you some aspirin." She said before walking out of my room.
I hopped out of bed and slowly walked over to my mirror. When I saw my reflection I gasped. I looked horrible.
"Smelly Melly." Madelyn giggled from my door.
I smiled not wanting to speak.
"Here you go." My mom said handing me a glass of water and aspirin.
As she was about to leave the room she looked back at me.
"Why does it smell like alcohol in here?" She asked.
I froze, and my eyes darted around the room trying to come up with an excuse.
"Uh… My hand sanitizer. It's a strong smell, I know."
She gave me a understanding look before leaving.
"Melly lie." Madelyn smiled.
I raised an eyebrow.
"Window." She pointed.
I shook my head.
"I sat on roof, for fresh air. I didn't feel well." I groaned.
She nodded before leaving. She had no idea what she was saying… Right. I took the pills and got clothes. I know what's going to happen already, Calum and Brook are going to question why I look horrible and they will put the piece together. When I was finished getting ready I put a hoodie on and the hood over my head.
"Are you ready Mel?" My mom called.
I shut my eyes as her words rung in my ear. I didn't call back, instead I grabbed my bag and headed downstairs.
"You look horrible." She stated.
"Thanks for pointing out the obvious." I spat.
"Watch your tone."
"Sorry." I muttered.
She just nodded and hopped in the car and I followed. Madelyn was already in her seat squealing away.
"Can you please get her to stop?" I asked.
"Madelyn, hun. Melly has a headache, could you please keep it down." My mom spoke.
Madelyn stayed quiet for a couple seconds before squealing again. I groaned and put my moms sunglasses on to shield my eyes from the burning sun. As my mom pulled up to school hopped out of the car as fast as I could and headed inside.
"Mel." Brook called.
"Shut up." I whined heading to my locker.
"Wow, whats gotten into you today?" Brook asked.
I shook my head. "I don't want to talk about it."
Suddenly Brook took my hoodie and glasses off exposing myself. I quickly snatched everything back.
"Are you hungover?" She asked excitedly.
"No." I said.
"You are." She squealed.
"Why are yo so happy?" Calum asked walking over to us.
"Melissa has a hangover."
"I do not."
"How does she have a hangover if she doesn't drink?" Calum said.
"Thank you." I muttered.
"Look at her." Brook said taking my hoodie and sunglasses off again.
"Mel what the actual fuck?" Calum said examining my face.
"Can we not talk about it."
"We'll leave you alone for now, but you are explaining everything sooner or later." Brook said before skipping off.
"Why is she excited about me being hung over?" I groaned.
"Because you've never been hung over." Calum laughed.
I rolled my eyes, immediately regretting it.
"You should have really stayed home." Calum said.
"No way, I am not giving up my 100% attendance streak up."
"Whoa. I have never heard you swear before." Calum laughed.
"I didn't swear. Asshole does not count as a swear word." I defended myself.
"Whatever floats your boat." Calum said dancing away from me.
I suddenly remembered that my hair was a mess, and my face looks hideous so I tried to get to the bathroom before the bell went, but it was too late.
"You've got to be kidding me." I groaned putting my hands over my hears and the bell sounded.
"Why isn't it the badass Melissa Richards." I heard the one and only Luke Hemmings say.
"What?" I spat.
"Whoa, I guess you had a bit to much to drink last night." He winked.
"Whatever, i'm already late to class." I said walking away, but he grabbed my wrist pulling me back.
"Skip with me."
"Skip class? With you." I scoffed.
"What? Is the nerd scared?" He teased.
"I am not a nerd." I protested.
"Eh. You kind of are."
"Can you just let me get to class?" I pleaded.
"It's you're first day and you are already skipping the first period?"
He nodded with a smile on his face.
I shook my head.
"You're already late, why don't you just come."
I sighed. "One period."
"You won't regret it."
"I already am."
I followed Luke around the school as he looked for something.
"What are you looking for?" I asked.
"The abandoned shack."
As the words left his mouth I started to laugh a little.
"It's right over there stupid." I said pointing out of the window.
"Fuck." He muttered.
I flinched at his choice of word, but I ignored it. After about 5 minutes we finally reached the shack and I sighed.
"Why are we here?"
"Because my friends are."
"Are you being serious?" I groaned and Luke nodded.
We entered the shack and the boys were all yelling.
"Could you guys be quite, seriously." I groaned sitting on one of the couches that was in the shack.
"Whats up with you?" Calum asked.
"Hangover." Luke laughed.
I poked my tongue out at him and he did the same.
"So the nerd's turning into a bad girl." Carson winked.
I stayed silent. Not wanting to speak.
"Do you remember what happened last night?" Gregg asked.
"I remember everything up till me coming over to Luke's." I sighed.
"Well do you want to know what happened?"
I shook my head. "I'd rather not know."
The guys laughed and passed me a red cup.
"Are you being for real?"
They nodded and I took the cup throwing the liquid on each boy.
"What the fuck?" Carson shouted making me laugh.
"Oops. It slipped." I said getting off the couch and walking out of the shack.
Shitty chap I know -.- It will start getting better promise :) xx