Insane? I Think NotHe was rather disobedient, antisocial, for he had lost everything he could possibly lose.Insane? I Think Not2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
I was rather ecstatic, clever, for I had nothing to lose that was worthwhile.
Yet putting aside our differences, we had more in common than not. We were both outcasts, yet I was one for trying too hard, him for not trying at all. We both block emotions, yet I cover it with a smile, he covers it with a frown. We both see the darkness in the world. He is part of it and despises it. I am not, yet a faun over it. We are complete opposites yet we are exactly the same.
Now you must understand, be female I am, I never have female friends, unless they are in a relationship with me. Friends were something I rarely kept, and for some logics point, lost along the way, I always targeted the quiet looking boys. When I spoke of what I deemed the world to be, oh, how their faces looked; a twist of fear and disgust! How I laughed, how I laughed! Hahaha!
And this is what made me chase this boy, though he was much