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Yeah, I decided to jump on the bandwagon and try to write my own fanfiction. I'm not really a master at writing as I'm only 13 years old, but please tell me if I've done any grammatical errors or something, because english isn't my mother language.
Anyhow, here it goes:
Chapter 1: Afternoon Tea
If you would expect me telling about where I was born, where I attended school, about my first kiss and all that crap, you, my dear friend, are completely lost. First of all, I don't remember anything about my childhood home, the second is that I haven't kissed someone yet and probably won't, and the third is that you shall not ask anything about my private life, because in that case, you are very, very rude. Also, who the hell would ask an 14-year old, homosexual antisocial girl something about her past or something along those lines?
... Crap. I just said who I was. Ah well, I didn't actually care about it, because I was too busy with reading the godamn book my teacher forced me to read. I didn't remember the name, I only remember that it was something about a girl falling in love with an fallen angel. Oh, that and the fact that the book was really annoying to read. It's like normal high school love, with the only difference being that the boy was an angel. That's the main reason I am only falling in love with girls.
Anyway, there I was, in an empty cafeteria, drinking a cup of Lady Grey tea meanwhile putting the book in my schoolbag, because I was fed up with reading it. It was just a complete piece of crap anyways. When looking up, I noticed that some random girl was right now sitting next to me.
"What do you want?", I asked her with a slightly annoyed and tired tone in my voice. For an odd reason, the girl didn't answer back and only looked at me with completely blank eyes.' Some sort of silence was in the air, as I waited for her to answer the question.
All of a sudden, I realized that I had to go home, due to that I didn't want to miss the TV show I usually watched around 5 o'clock. As I was walking out of the cafeteria - having paid the bill of course - I realized that the girl who sat next to me was following me. Despite this, I didn't care and started to hum the tune of London Bridge is Falling Down, not noticing that blood started to appear on the walls.
Er... Yeah. If I get enough feedback, I will possibly make a second chapter.