Story I co-wrote with NinMaster712 NinMaster712! Actually, he pretty much wrote this entire part. But anyways, go watch him if you haven't already!
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I remember the day like it was yesterday... The day I fell in love with a girl not only so cute and beautiful, but kinky as well... The day my life turned upside-down because of a silly garment... The day I met... Anna.
It all started when my father announced we would be moving to a new town. "But Dad, I don't want to go to this Nowheresville! I'll need to make new friends and everything... And what if their education is ahead of ours? I'd be--"
"Enough of this, Alex. We are moving to Rivergate, and that is final. You'll be fine up there."
"Okay..." So we started the big move from Bliston to Rivergate. I was obviously freaking out, but my parents just ignored me. They just didn't understand.
My first day at Rivergate High School started a bit... rough. All of my fears had come true. I recognized no one at the school, and I had to spend an hour after trying to learn the area of different polygons... something Bliston didn't touch yet at all.
All seemed bleak except for one thing... one person. On my way to history, I came across a girl running to her next class. "Please don't be late...!" I heard her whimpering. She wasn't looking where she was going, and we collided.
I felt bad for the girl, so I offered to help pick up her books for her. "T-Thanks..." she muttered, running off again.
I took a few moments to examine her before she ran off. The girl was... perfect. Not just perfect for boys... but perfect for a guy like me. She had beautiful brown hair, not too long, not too short. Her gray eyes sparkled like diamonds. Her figure, so slender. Her personality, quirky and awkward, just like me.
I could tell she was a freshman, and I figured I, a sophomore, had no chance with her. However, another part of me screamed, "Go for it! You don't know what she's into! She could like you!"
After much deliberation, I mustered up the courage to talk to her at lunch a few days later.
"Hey..." she mumbled back.
"...Remember me? The guy who helped you with your books the other day?" Seriously? I brought that up? What a stupid douche...!
"Yeah. Thanks, by the way," she replied. "No one's ever helped me out like that." I kept listening. "I guess everyone just sees me as an outcast."
I was shocked. "An outcast? You?"
"Yeah... I just haven't had many friends... You wouldn't understand..." She looked like she was going to cry.
"But I do."
I knew how she felt, didn't I? "I actually transferred here from another school. I had to leave all my friends behind." The girl looked up at me, a smile slowly growing on her face. "By the way... I'm Alex."
"Anna... such a pretty name..." She looked like she was going to blush.
End of part 1