First Kisses come in Seventh Grade 46

don't read this This guy was sounding alright. "And so what if I don't accept you?" you asked him. "Then, guess I'll have to hold off the proposal until you accept me," he said. "Huh, let's see... that'll take ten years, forty years, something like that," you said. "Nah, I'm a pretty good persuasive. Can't refuse me for that long," he said. "Whatever." There was a long silence. It was silent like that right up to when all the clothes were folded and in the car.

"Hey, I'm gonna marry your mother. Your Mum. I asked your little brothers and they were cool with it. Actually, they pumped their little fists like champs. Your Mum don't know yet. But, before I propose, I need your permission too," said Chris. Your ears rang sirens. Now the guy was gonna permanently live with you?! He's so dead. But then you cooled. Maybe it wouldn't be so bad. Why did you hate him in the first place anyways? Maybe if you tried out the idea of having a father, maybe you'd like it. You couldn't help it. You spoke to him. You snorted, "Sure, why not? I'm cool with it. You don't have to ask ME if you wanna confess love, jeez." "Well, you Erin is gonna be my family too. I marry your mother, I get a liter of the brightest kids too. And I need the liter of ki

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  1. Before sixth grade was completely over, you had stuck gum to your locker. You had put a note on it: GOOD LUCK NEW SIXTH GRADER! You smiled. Sixth grade was over. Some new sixth grader next year was gonna get your locker and find the note and gum. Swimming, biking, jogging weekly. You wanted to be in shape. You had a plan for summer. Not like all those other summers where you never planned and pigged out on your Mum's fridge and Mandy's fridge. You wanted to... it was weird but you actually wanted to go back to school with a new you. Prettier, like those curvy girls. You made time for the library and reading to your brothers. You couldn't forget what exponents or 1+1 was. You would read and study during summer while your brothers go to summer school. They didn't do too well last year. The hot days were coming in. Early. The air conditioner was coming in. Late.
  2. So every night, you'd drown in a bed of sweat. Blanket free. Your brothers shirt free, the bed blanket free. You on the ground at times when your body was in search of cool corners. The windows were wide open. Problem is mosquitoes. Summer was not very nice this year. No mice in your house anymore. Jerry was the only one. How was he doing right now? Who knows. And you started biking around a new route. Chris and his Mum were taken by their aunt to Hawaii again. He told you he was off to see "hot hula girls". He was gonna surf and send you a whole album of photos with him and hula girls. You smacked him hard that day he left. But you guys laughed and he promised he'd bring you something. Ryan's family was gone too. They were visiting some relatives and taking a trip somewhere cold. Ryan's dad hated the hot summer. His Mum wanted to go swimming, but they ended up going somewhere where you could ski for life.
  3. Ryan told you that his Mum did somewhat win the argument. They were going to go swimming after they returned and Ryan was allowed to bring a few friends if he wanted. Rene was gone camping. And you're here in your little house. You had talked to Rene, Ryan, and Chris only through phone a few days after school was over. You would never see them until next year.
  4. Your Mum had introduced you to Steve, her boyfriend. Tall thin guy, salt and pepper hair. The dumbest looking, brown eyes. The kind that looks like a cow's eyes. You were disappointed that there was more pepper than salt. So this was the horrible cook? She trusted him wholeheartedly, completely. Your Mum was dead blind. Anytime he visited you'd run and sit on your bed. It wasn't just visits anymore, you woulda think he lived here. And the creep brought ice cream every time he came so he could brainwash your brothers. Yeah, they all liked him. Except you. He would get fudge too. Try and brainwash you. Often times, you would be crying for no reason when you suddenly wake up in the middle of the night. You couldn't even remember your own dad. If anything, you didn't want your biological dad or this Steve-to-become-dad. A mum was all you ever needed. But maybe your brothers needed a dad who could kick a soccer ball, shoot a basket, golf or something, fish or hunt.
  5. And then one day your Mum comes in and asks, "Honey, why don't you like Stevey?" You'd say, "I don't like his tie." The next day she'd ask again and you'd say, "He smells." You expected a smack, but she doesn't. She gives you the worst punishment ever. She drags you out of bed, places you in the car with summer flip flops and there's Steve in front of you. You screamed. "You do laundry with Steve, while I decide what's for dinner tonight," you Mum said. "MUM, YOU'RE CRAZY!!!!" you screamed the lungs out of you. He just pulls out of the driveway. You stare at him, hug your knees to your chest and scoot to the side of the door, far as you can from the creep. You crossed your arms and crossed your eyes. k=
  6. In the back with you were baskets of smelly laundry. "Put on your seatbelt," he says. "You can't make me," you mumble into your knees. "Speak up," he said. "I SAID YOU CAN'T MAKE ME!" you screamed. He doesn't make you. The car finally stops and he goes to the back to get out the baskets. You stay in the car. He acted as if you weren't there. The windows were shut and the doors were shut. You were going to suffocate from the steamy heat inside. All the oxygen would be gone. You tumbled out of the car. "Ah, help me carry this," he says as he plops a bag right on you. You give a yelp as you nearly fall back. You hurried to the Laundromat and plopped the bag in front of a washer. He brought in the rest. The colors were already sorted. Whites, darks, cold washes for suits and the special fabric types. Warm washes for the rest. Jeans and T-shirts, socks and sweaters. This was awkward. Some of those clothes were yours. Some of them were... your underwear. You freaked out. You jumped up, shoved the man aside and started doing it all for him. Then you slammed the washing machine door shut and stacked the empty baskets together. You put in the detergent and bleach. There was another thing. Quarters. You turned around. Steve just stared at you. "Uh, we need QUARTERS?" you said.
  7. He gives you a dollar. You snarl at him. You stomp over to the change machine. You inserted the dollar and received back four quarters from the machine. You stomp back and put the washing machines into motion. Then you sat down. "So, you want some soda from the soda machine?" he asks you. "No," you reply bluntly. "Would you like to talk to me?" he asks. "No," you snarled. "Why would that be?" This guy was something. An idiot. "Get outta here," you growled. "That's no way to talk to me," he says. "There's tons of ways I can talk to troll snot," you snapped. Now you've done it. You've talk like this to an adult and he's gonna smack you. He chuckles. "I used to substitute for 5th graders. They were worst than you," he said. "I'm not surprised," you snorted. "They called me an old wrinkled baseball," he said. "What? How is that any worst than troll snot?" you retorted.
  8. "Oh, I was a baseball coach too," he said. "I'm gonna make sure you get on outta my house," you grumbled. You expected him to get upset or yell at you. You instantly regretted your words. But instead he chuckles. "Ah, how would you do that then? Remember, all your brothers and you mother are on my side Erin," he said. "So what," you said. "So all I need is for you to accept me. I've got your brothers and your Mum to like me, why don't you?" he asks. You shrugged. "You know, when your mother told me about you, I thought you were a boy. Erin and Aaron. I thought you were Aaron. And I thought that maybe we could play baseball. But I was wrong, turns out you're a girl," said Steve. You don't answer. You made a decision not to speak to the guy anymore. No matter how much you hated someone, you didn't want to say something you'd regret. "You turn out to be a girl, but you have the strength of a boy," he adds. You wanted to kick him like how you kick Ryan. You didn't.
  9. "Hey, I'm gonna marry your mother. Your Mum. I asked your little brothers and they were cool with it. Actually, they pumped their little fists like champs. Your Mum don't know yet. But, before I propose, I need your permission too," said Chris. Your ears rang sirens. Now the guy was gonna permanently live with you?! He's so dead. But then you cooled. Maybe it wouldn't be so bad. Why did you hate him in the first place anyways? Maybe if you tried out the idea of having a father, maybe you'd like it. You couldn't help it. You spoke to him. You snorted, "Sure, why not? I'm cool with it. You don't have to ask ME if you wanna confess love, jeez." "Well, you Erin is gonna be my family too. I marry your mother, I get a liter of the brightest kids too. And I need the liter of kids to accept me first, to know I'm gonna be the new daddy. I gotta respect their decisions too," said Steve.
  10. This guy was sounding alright. "And so what if I don't accept you?" you asked him. "Then, guess I'll have to hold off the proposal until you accept me," he said. "Huh, let's see... that'll take ten years, forty years, something like that," you said. "Nah, I'm a pretty good persuasive. Can't refuse me for that long," he said. "Whatever." There was a long silence. It was silent like that right up to when all the clothes were folded and in the car.

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