Third Person view~
22nd January 2010
The door burst open as the two girls strutted in, their strides long and exaggerated.
"Girls, you're late" The Science teacher stated.
Susannah Jarosh and Naomi Kerslake laughed as they sat in their seats at the back of the class.
As soon as their chairs screeched open and the girls got comfortable, the bell signalling the beginning of class filled the room with its piercing ringing noise.
"Actually Miss, you see, we're not late at all,"
She huffed before beginning the lesson.
Naomi pulled a piece of paper out of her uniform pocket and placed it on the desk. Without bothering to see if the teacher was watching her, she began to carry on her drawing of death.
Literally, she drew death.
Suzy, on the other hand, proceeded to doodle on the corner of her desk.
She drew a rather compromising picture when the teacher towered over her.
"Miss Jarosh, I do not accept these types of images to be drawn on my desks. You will not do it again, undertand?" Miss Burr said in her most strict 'teacher like' voice she could manage.
"Yep" Suzy replied, earning a snort from Naomi.
The two girls burst into laughter, to both annoy the teacher and because they generally found it funny.
"Yes, MISS" the fuming Science teacher said, making the 'miss' bit VERY clear.
"You don't need to call me miss, Miss. Its fine, really." Suzy reassured, bursting back into laughter.
Miss Burr threw up her arms and stormed to the front of the classroom.
"I seriously give up on you two," she muttered under her breath, not so subtly.
"We love you too Miss!" Naomi shouted from her seat, the class erupting into laughter.
"Naomi! Come sit here!" She screamed, drawing out a chair at the front of the class.
"Why miss? I didn't do anything!" Naomi acted shocked.
"Please don't Miss Kerslake," Miss Burr pleaded, rubbing her eyes.
Naomi rolled her eyes as she pushed our of her seat, deliberately making as much noise as physically possible. Miss Burr winced at the series of scrapes and screeches.
Finally, Naomi made it to the front of the class.
Suzy sat back in her seat, arms crossed not admitting to defeat.
She grabbed a piece of paper, writing on it plainly "Karmas a bitch,"
Curling her hands into fists, she scrunched up the paper and threw it at the back of Naomi's head.
She heard a distant 'ow!' as it hit exactly the place she wanted it too.
Naomi turned to flip Suzy off, before picking up the paper and reading the hidden message.
She chuckled lightly; her shoulders shook as she wrote a reply.
After the paper hitting her in the face, Suzy read her reply and burst into laughter, catching the attention of -the not so happy- Miss Burr.
"SUZY! Would you kindly come to the front of the room and read what that piece of paper says in your hand?"She asked slyly, thinking she had caught us out.
"Gladly!" she replied optimistically, practically skipping to the front of the class; the smile on her face altered.
Suzy gave Naomi a fist bump before starting to speak.
"So I wrote here 'Karmas a bitch'"
She started, a huge smile plastered on her face.
The class stared intently at Suzy as she carried on speaking, waiting for the reply.
"So then I passed it carefully to Naomi and she wrote me a reply." She finished off. That wasn't enough for Miss Burr though.
"What did the reply say?" She asked harshly.
"Oh right! Sorry I forgot! She said 'When you say Karma, you mean Miss Burr right? Because the only person I know who's a bigger bitch than her is you' Well, me" Suzy said, pretending to fall over herself.
She stepped forwards to high five her best friend, before resuming jer spot at the front of the class.
She turned to her teacher, a big smile headed in her direction.
She didn't get that in return though.
"Susannah! Naomi! Headteachers office now!"
After a never-ending trip to see the headteacher, the girls finally settled with the consequence of a detention.
They didn't plan on going to that detention though.
Instead you could find them at the pool: Naomi was wearing a black and white floral bikini with high wasted bottoms and a chocker hugging her neck; Suzy was wearing a brown, full body suit that dipped down at the neck and stopped just below the belly button. Both girls were sporting floppy hats on their heads as they sat by the pool.
"FOREVER YOUNGER GROWING OLDER JUST THE SAME!" Suzy screamed the lyrics.
Naomi drunkenly rolled in fits of laughter. They were wasted, as far from sober as you could be.
"ALL THE MEMORIES THAT WE MAKE WILL NEVER CHANGE!" Naomi belted, neither of them ever hitting a single note wrong.
Sometimes people are just made that way.
"I love this song," Naomi sighed. Panic! at the Disco was by far her favourite band, though she had many coming at a close second.
"I know right," Suzy agreed, taking another swig of her beer.
"Ughhhhhh I'm soooooo wasted ahahaha," Naomi slurred, stumbling as she tried to stand.
"This is going to kill tomorrow," she laughed, tugging at Suzy's hand. The two girls stumbled ovet each other, eventually making it too the pool.
"GOLDEN DAYS!" The girls screamed delightedly as they dropped into the water, splashing about.
Once they had settled down on their pool floats, they began to chat.
"Sooooo," Suzy began, sipping on her piña colada. "What happened to that cute guy you hooked up with? I liked that one,"
"Was was his name?" Suzy snapped her fingers, trying to recall what she was thinking.
"Was it Nathan? Or Arthur? Or Jack or..."
"THAT WAS IT! Jack was hot as haha," Suzy fell over herself as the girls giggled away about nothing in particular.
"He was a one night stand, just like the others. If he comes back, I guess it could be more," Naomi shrugged. "I mean, being a player is fun and all, but that doesn't mean that I can't have a stable relationship."
"I think it would be good for you, you know? You can't be a player all your life,"
"I just need to find the right person, wherever he is,"
So as the girls sun bathed on their, slightly wierd, pool floats, somewhere at the other side of the world sat what some would call their soulmates, but labels aren't necessary. All you need to know is that you love them and you trust them; thats all that matters.