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"A Girl In A Boy's School" Episode 28"


A GIRL IN A BOY'S SCHOOL

Episode 28  

(She Walked In And Rolled Out)

This is it.

I'm going to get caught when Hans comes into the bathroom and then he's going to think I'm weird, creepy and sneaky kind of girl and I'm going to lose him and this school will just be like any other school where people will hate me and think I'm weird. I closed my eyes, preparing for what I'm going to say.

Then I heard Matt say something a bit loudly. "You can't go in there!" He said with a slight hint of nervousness.

"Matt, look at me... I need to have a shower." Hans said looking down at himself.

"Just use another room's bathroom," Matt said.

He seemed nervous.
Wow.

"The shower is erm... not working."
The way Matt said it showed that he's never lied to Hans. He seemed so loyal to Hans.

"Oh," Hans said.
I sighed with relief.

Matt lied to his best friend or I can say his own cousin for me.
I smiled in relief.

"I'll go to Ryan's room's shower." I heard Hans say.

I then heard the door close.

I bit my lip as I came out of the bathroom. 
Hans was gone and Matt was sitting on the bed, busy in thought.

"Thanks, Matt," I said, smiling. He looked up at me.

"For what?" I sat next to him.

"For lying. I know that you've never lied to Hans and it must have been hard for you."
He smiled lightly. That smile was contagious because I was smiling more. 
He got up and sighed.

"Right. Let's get you out of here."
I nodded. "But how? Aren't there gonna be people outside?"

He opened the door and looked out. I could hear boy's everywhere shouting and making noises. He closed it and put his hand through his hair.

After a few minutes, Matt faced me. "Okay, this is what we do." I looked at him and listened to everything he said.

He got a basket out of the wardrobe in his room. The basket was blue and half the size of Matt.

I frowned.

Matt looked at me and smiled. "You're going to have to get in here and I'll carry you out."

I got up.

"What!?" I half-shouted. "I can't do that!"
Matt put his head on a side, seeming confused. Even though this wasn't the right time, I couldn't help but see how innocent and cute Matt looked. "Look, it's easy," Matt said. He lifted the top of the basket.

"All you have to do is get in here and I'll just take you to the laundry room which is out of the boy's dorm. No one will see you."

I shook my head. "Is there any other way to solve this?" I looked at the basket. I could fit in there and it had wheels which means It won't be much work for Matt.
He shook his head.

I sighed.

"If I prevent me from getting embarrassed by the whole school, then okay."
He took all the dirty clothes out of it and nodded.

"Okay, let's go." I sighed again and put my legs into the basket. "Are you sure you'll be able to drag this basket all the way to the corridor?"

"Yep." He said, smiling. His smile was amazing.

"I guess we have a lot to talk about after this," I said. I was talking about us kissing and why I was in his room. I studied his face to see if he understood what I meant. 
He nodded slowly.

"Yeah." And he did understand what I was trying to convey with my indirect words.
I went inside the basket. He asked if I was comfortable and when he got my permission, he closed the basket.

I never knew when I woke up this morning that I would be carried out of a boy's dorm in a basket which was pushed by a guy who I just kissed and was saved by him from nearly getting caught.

I don't think this day could get any worse.
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