My new fanfic. Enjoy! Here goes...
Chapter 1 (Sorry about any glitches with the question marks!)
Jade slammed the car door closed and stormed into school. "Hey, Jade! I was wondering about-"
"Buzz off, Vega." Jade replied flatly, and kept walking. "I was wondering about the new play? I heard the auditions were soon? when are they?? Tori continued. Sigh. ?They?re this Friday after school. Now leave.? Jade responded, and was just about to enter Sikowitz?s classroom when Sikowitz himself stopped her. ?Jade?? he started. ?Can you do me a favor??
?You have to.?
?Ugh, fine. What do you want??
?I need you to help a new girl around school. She?s already in the classroom, but here?s her schedule and her school photo from last year so you know what she looks like. She?s in all the same classes as you. Just help her around, will you?? He handed Jade a folded piece of paper and ran back into the room. Sighing, she sat down and unfolded the paper. Then she gasped. That face was familiar. She remembered now. The same curly blonde hair. The sparkling blue eyes. The signature sloping nose. Oh, yes, she remembered it well now. The arguments. The jealousy. The betrayal.
This was the face of her worst enemy.
Beck like Abby, he really did.
But his life was just so complicated, with all the confusion with his (maybe) feelings for Jade, and that one night he couldn't stop thinking about. His thoughts were too full. He needed a vacation, a piece of happiness. Such a decision. Then he saw Abby and Jade step up to the stage. Abby motioned for him to join them. He did, but slowly. Jade glared at him.
"'Hi, guys! How was your day?'" asked Jade with a large amount of fake sweetness.
"'Fine,'" Abby replied dully.
"'What's wrong?'" Jade said with the same amount of sweetness.
"'Nothing. Tired, I guess.'" Abby mumbled.
"Well, maybe this will help!" Jade yelled.
Wait, this isn't in the script, Beck thought.
In one swift motion, Jade swiped the soda can from Andre's hand (Speaking of Andre, their other friends had been rather quiet lately...) and dumped the contents onto Abby's head, staining her white dress and brown boots bright red and making her blonde curls soaked in the same red.
"I can't believe you did that!" Abby shrieked. "I thought we could be friends again!"
Again? Did they know each other? Beck thought.
Abby ran out of the room, and before the door slammed shut, he thought he heard a sob.
Meagan smirked. "Nice one," she grinned at Jade, and the two girls high-fived. But Beck wasn't siding with Jade. Not this time.
He knew only too well how it felt to be hurt.
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She knew it was coming. And she couldn't bear to watch.
Since the beginning of school, Abby had taken a liking to Beck. He understood her. Comforted her. (Well, not really, but she could tell he would.) And had a good sense of humor. Not to mention amazing hair. But now... his partner, Maggie or Meagan or something like that, was about to change all that. She didn't even know her name, and already she was scared of her. Not a good sign.
Her life was falling apart.
She just wanted to curl up in bed and maybe stay there for a while.
There was the fight with Jade. She never wanted to be enemies in the first place. Now... Jade was getting revenge.
That's why I'm getting revenge, Abby thought. I'm mad at her... right? She wasn't really sure of that. Then a voice shattered her fantasy.
"Beck, and Meagan?" said Sikowitz. Beck stepped up onto the stage. A girl was behind him. She had long blond hair in a ponytail, a braces headpiece, large horn-rimmed glasses, and a plaid sweater with skinny jeans. Abby sighed a breath of relief. Definetly not a threat of any kind.
"Go ahead and start," Sikowitz waved his hand at them.
"'Um, excuse me? Chris?'" said Meagan in a soft voice. Beck turned around.
"'Yeah?'" he said flatly.
"'My name is Gabby. I was hoping I could talk to you for a second.'"
"'Sorry, I don't know you.'" Beck started to walk away.
"'Yes you do! I'm in... a lot of your classes...'" said Meagan in a fake nervous voice.
"'I know. It's embarrassing.'" He turned and walked away.
"'Wait!'" Meagan said desperately, then slumped against the wall. Her shoulders shook. Then she stood up and ran off the stage. Megan started to speak.
"A few days later, she spoke to... some people, and well... just look!" exclaimed Meagan. She tore off her glasses, ripped off her headpiece, and shook her hair out of the ponytail. Abby couldn't suppress a gasp. This... was not very good. Then she heard her name being called. Judging from Jade's infamous sinister grin, her troubles were far from over.
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The first thing Jade saw when Abby's front door was a mass of blonde hair and tiny hands clutching her midsection.
"Jadee!" a tiny voice cried. Jade couldn't believe it.
"Lily?" she said hesitantly. The girl responded with another squeal.
"I haven't seen you in a super long time! Abby says it's been four and a half years. But I think it was shorter. I wish it was shorter. I miss you. I think your cool! So what are you doing here? But I don't care! I like that you're here! But-!"
"Shhh! Yeah, I missed you too. Now is Abby here?"
"Yup!" Lily nodded. "ABBY! JADE IS HERE!" she yelled up the stairs. Abby came down the stairs shortly after that, wearing pink sweatpants and a headband. Her nails were painted blue.
"Oh, hey, Jade." she mumbled. "Come on up!" As she was following her up, Abby's mom called from the kitchen, "It's so nice to see you again, Jade!" Abby rolled her eyes, and pushed open a door. It looked like a normal room. A sloppily made bed with a white duvet and white pillows. A white and pink wooden desk. A pink and blue striped shag rug, and a couple of posters of superstars. They sat on the bed and got to work.
"So, I was thinking..." Abby said, tapping her fingers on her leg. "I was thinking maybe we should do something with arguing friends. You know, like us?" she said with a half smile. "But then they try to get back at each other, and end up..." she hesitated. "I'm still not sure. You got anything?"
"Yup," Jade grinned. "How about they are arguing over a guy and have to let the guy choose? We can let some guy like... Beck or someone step in."
"But are we allowed?"
"Hey, Sikowitz never said anything about having someone else help us out."
Abby sighed. "Oh, alright. But remember..." she said as Jade got up.
"Yeah?" Jade asked.
"We should... let him do the same. In real life. You know what I mean?"
Jade nodded. It wasn't hard to understand, after all.
As soon as the day started, Jade knew it would be the worst one yet. Morning news was as usual. Nothing strange there, until she heard Abby's voice come over the loudspeaker. Then the feelings of dread increased from there, until she suddenly heard her name. And heard pages shuffling, and Abby started to read soemthing. Jade realized that she was reading from her personal notebook. Beck started staring at her in both disbelief and a bit of wonder. But when class started, things just got so much worse.
"Okay, class! We will be starting an ongoing assignment. You will be in groups of two- which have already been created!" He said slightly forcefully, since everyone was trying to grab their friends. "You will work together to write a script, then you will act it out in class. The script can be about any of these: Romance, Suspense, Comedy, or Friendship. Good luck!" He started reading off the names. Tori was paired with Cat, Andre with Robbie, and Beck with some girl that Jade had never heard of named Meagan. Sikowitz then read off, "Jade... with Abby."
"NO!" Abby and Jade shouted at the same time.
"Sorry, girls, that's how it is." said Sikowitz.
"What about if I gave you a coconut?" Jade asked him.
"Again, I can't do that."
Sikowitz hesitated. "Tempting, yes, but no."
After class, Jade and Abby were both walking to their lockers. Jade sighed and raised her eyebrows. "So, Blondie... what to do?"
"My house, after school. We can get started." Abby responded, and started towards her locker. Jade thought she heard Abby whisper, "We are going to have so much... fun," and she turned away with an almost sinister smile. -Faith-