Brother's Best Friends

Ashley Bing is the younger sister of the awkward Chandler Bing. After being apart for a few years, the Bing siblings are back together. Ashley is happy to become a part of the friend family that Chandler has built. She's also excited to work her way up the employee ladder at her job at one of the biggest newspapers in New York City. Plus, who doesn't want to find a little romance in a new chapter of life.


13. Over at Chandler and Joey's New Place

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          “I’m sorry, you did what?” I stare at my brother in shock.

          “Kathy and I broke up,” Chandler sighs. “We had a bad fight, and, it was my fault.”

          “Of course,” I roll my eyes. “Boys are so dumb.”

          “Hey!” Joey shouts from his spot in the kitchen. “Hurtful.”

          “But true,” I look over at him. “Just keep cooking, Joe.”

          “You just want some food, don’t you?” He smirks.

          “A little,” I grin.

          Joey chuckles and turns back to the stove.

          “Now, back to my idiot brother,” I look back at Chandler. “Are you so set in your childish ways that you couldn’t get over yourself to apologize?”

          “If you were there you would understand. It’s like you’ve never made mistakes like this.”

          “I have, but I have grown and I know what not to do. You are older than me and should know better.”

          “Well, I clearly don’t.”

          “What happened to her being the one?”

          “I was wrong.”

          I let out a breath, “Such a child you are.”

          “Why don’t we talk about Joey and his recent date?”

          I instantly tense as I realize that is me Chandler is talking about. “Yeah, Joey, let’s talk about you.”

          “Now much to tell,” Joey says. “We went out to dinner, talked a lot, and then I took her home. A goodnight kiss and that was all.”

          “That’s not the Joey I know,” Chandler laughs.

          “Well, this girl wants to go slow, and I respect that. She’s, different.”

          “Then we have to meet her.”

          “Oh, give him some time with her,” I speak up. “Maybe she’s a little shy and wants to slowly get into the whole thing.”

          “She’s afraid her brother won’t approve, actually,” Joey begins dishing food onto plates. “She’s really cute, so I’ll do as she wishes.”

          I smile, sinking into the recliner. “That’s sweet, Joey. You are sweet.”

          Last night was the best date I’ve ever gone on, and he really is the greatest guy I could ever be with. Talking with him is overly nice, and he even let me pay for dinner which felt nice. Then when he took me back to Phoebe’s place, he kissed me at the door and I felt like I was on cloud nine. Of course, Phoebe questioned me on the date, and I couldn’t keep anything from her. She promises to not tell anyone until I’m ready.

          “I try,” Joey appears in front of me with a grilled cheese, chips, and a Coke. “Here’s lunch.”

          “Thanks,” I smile and take the meal.

          “I’m getting yours, Chandler,” he looks over his shoulder at his best friend.

          “Thanks Joe,” Chandler smiles.

          “So, is everyone coming over soon to hang out?” I take a bite of my sandwich. “I mean, you do have the bigger and nicest apartment.”

          “They should be over soon,” Joey hands Chandler his plate of food. “Monica isn’t going to be happy that she’s not a host anymore.”

          “Can we make cookies after this?” I look at Joey as he flops onto the couch and begins eating. “Sure.”

          “What kind of cookies?” Chandler asks.

          “Whatever I want,” I shrug. “Most likely chocolate chip. Just don’t worry about it. Joey and I will handle it.”


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