It's been 2 weeks, 3 days, 5 hours, 38 minutes and 16 seconds since Ashton and I kissed. We haven't spoken since. I've finished our project all on my own and we presented it from the class. I guess in a way I have been avoiding ashton. He has tried to contact me; Snapchat, Facebook, he rings me, texts... I feel it is awkward between us. I can't tell him what I've been doing these last couple of weeks.
Oh no. Keep walking y/n keep walking.
Pick up the pace he's getting closer.
"Y/N!" He grabbed hold of my wrist and spun me round so I was facing him.
"Y/N." Ashton smirked, mocking me.
"Why have you been avoiding me? And I know you have y/n so don't lie."
"Ashton. Look. You're a popular boy, I'm a geek girl that has about 3 friends. You, me, we'd never work. There is 2 reasons why it wouldn't work."
Ashton's eyebrows were knitted together as he took this information in.
"It would y/n I know it would." He tried to grab hold of my hand but I shook him off. At that moment a girl in my classes walked past us and slapped Ashton's bum.
"And that is exactly why it wouldn't work. Look at all the other gorgeous girls you could have. Every girl in the school either fancies you, Michael, Luke or Calum. Face it Ashton. We can't be together."
If I wasn't mistaken, Ashton's eyes were glossed over as he was about to cry.
"I'm...I'm sorry Ash. I mean Ashton."
"You haven't called me Ash since we were best friends. You were the one who gave me that nickname."
I smiled at the memory. Luke, Michael and Calum were walking over to us. I made awkward eye contact with Luke. I blushed and looked away.
"Wait you said there was 2 reasons we couldn't be together. What's the other reason?" He can't find out. He can't. It would break him.
"Hi guys! Are we planning on when we should go on a date here?" Calum asked. When Ashton looked up with his tear filled eyes all the boys mouths dropped open.
"Hmm guess not." Said Calum.
"Y/n said we can't be together."
"Well maybe it is for the best Ash." Said Luke. I couldn't listen to it anymore so I walked away from them, from the boy I loved.