Short Story: Moving Away

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Topics: High school
He had it all, he had everything. Nothing could go wrong for him, he thought. Too bad he moved away, he’d soon meet his fate. It was mid-winter in Minnesota and young boy named Thomas was about to move out on his own after living with his parents for 18 years. Thankfully he had nothing to worry about, his parents will be funding all of his housing payments. Thomas always had an easy life, the most terrible thing he can remember happening to him was not making the hockey team in 7th grade, but that didn’t stop him, Thomas eventually made varsity hockey in 9th grade, before anyone else in his grade. Thomas had his fair share of girlfriends, but he usually ended it with them when they weren't entertaining him anymore, or giving him what he wants. …show more content…
He was confused on what she was talking about, he loved Hayley, he would’ve done anything for her, he was the only girl he’s ever truly loved. He messed around in high school but ever since he met Hayley he changed his ways. He eventually went back to bed confused but brushed it off. He wondered if all of it was a dream. He texted Hayley the next morning. He texted her “hello”. All he got was a “read at 8:59 AM”. He was confused and just assumed she was tired. He went to his lectures and on the way to his next lecture. He texted Hayley “do you wanna go to Applebee's later, I miss you!”. No response. He texted her later in the day “babe what's going on are you alright?” No response. He saw Hayley at Target that night and went up to her. “Hey Hayley is your phone broken? Are you doing okay?” She looked at him in the eyes and said, “who are you?”. He was confused and said “Thomas silly your boyfriend”. Hayley said “I don't know who you are, and I don't know why you are talking to me, and I haven't had a boyfriend once in my life, guys are disgusting, get away from me, creep, even if I wanted a boyfriend you’d be my last option, learn some respect!” Thomas stood there as she walked

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