''Are you new here?'' He asked, trying his best to give her a smile, but failed miserably because the only thing that proceeded on his face was a grimace. He saw the look in her eyes after that and quickly apologized, ''Sorry. I've just been in a tough time with my girlfriend. Well,'' he chuckled, regaining his words, ''Ex-girlfriend.''
Rein raised her head to stare in his eyes and then she fell into them. They were ocean crystal blue eyes that made you fall desperately in love with. They seemed smooth and slithgly romantical, but she took her eyes off of them, coughing and clearing her throat. ''Actually I'm not new, Craig. You just never took the time to look to the, 'nerd' side.'
The feeling of hurt that came in her stomach after her words was new to her. Why would she feel that anyways? Craig didn't really hang out with any nerds, it's not suprising he has no clue who she is. Plus, the grimace he was making to her wasn't helping in any way. He was only making it worst. She stood up by herself, making Craig bring his hand awkwardly back to his side. ''Oh, you're one of them.''
Taken aback from that comment, Rein scoffed. The way he said it with some disgust in his voice was heating her up. He said it as if they weren't even some students attending this school. She understood he was just announced that his girlfriend was cheating on him with one of his best friends, but in no way does it give him the right to do this, ''What do you mean one of them?'' She said with a glare, crossing her arms over her breasts. Even though he was one of the popular people, she had no fear. They couldn't do anything to her anyways.
''I didn't mean it that wa--''
''Then in what way did you mean it, Craig.'' She interrupted him abrutly, taking a step to approach him. He felt uneasy about the situation and opened his arms wide,
''Why don't I help you pick up your books?'' He smiled with uneasiness, approaching the floor and grabbing the papers that felt like trash to him. Rein rolled her eyes, letting his comment go and knelt down beside to him, putting the right papers in the right binders. The silence that fell wasn't uncomfortable in any way. To her it felt nice and sweet to have a cute guy help her pick up her papers, not to mention, Craig Maser. It wasn't everyday that would happen. Her thoughts were interrupted by his question, ''What's your name?''
She parted her lips to tell him, but stopped herslef. This could be quite fun, ''Figure it out.'' She whispered, chuckling with a long white smile spreading through her face.
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