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The Patakis: Last MinutesAt the moment, Helga just couldn't concentrate. Even though she wasn't new to seeing a tape of Olga's award acceptance speech set to be aired during an award show, it still, left her the same feeling. Empty, angry, resentful, bored, and above all, jealous. Once again, her oh-so wonderful sister, the award-winning actress, was once again, unintentionally rubbing her fame and fortune in her face.The Patakis: Last Minutes4 years ago in Fan Fiction
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But now, she was NOT going to sit for an hour or two, watching the tape over and over again, listening to Bob and Miriam pouring all their love and how proud they were of Olga into her, while she would sit in the background like a statue. No. Instead, she abruptly stood, fixed her blue hat on her head more to hide what it was really being worn for, cast a scorned look to her family as they watched and laughed at the award show taping, and went outside.
It was a cool, but still warm late summer evening, with a light breeze, and storm clouds roaming overhead, promising rain.
Helga sighed as she sa
The Hardest Thing To SayThe Hardest Thing To Say1 year ago in Romance
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It's the hardest thing to say
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I don't even when it started. It's just one day, I love him.
We were at school…I was a teacher. Him? I thought he was a janitor.
It turns out he's the school's sponsor for special events.
I get pissed off when he looks at me everytime.
"Hey," I said to my co-teacher. "You know that Gil, dude? He kept staring at me when he thinks I'm not looking, well obviously I know."
"Oooh, that's romantic."
"Oh, stop it."
Later, I learned his background. And oh, how it gives me the creeps but now the facts confirmed he's practically clean—everything! He's a good man.
One day at the mall, my friend and I, we're on our way home when I spotted him. I ignored him. But my friend, as loud as a siren, says, "Oh, look! Gilbert!"
"Oh, shut up." The truth is when I saw him, my heart thumped faster. Oh, you know what they say.
At the office department, "Hey, someone gave a gift."
"It's at your table."
"From whom?" I saw my friend