Excuse me, I Quit!
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Annie Fisher is an awkward teenage girl who was bullied her whole life because of her nerdy looking glasses and awkward personality. She thought once she starts high school, people will finally leave her alone. But she was wrong as she caught the eye of none other than Evan Green. Who decided to bully her into making his errand girl. Will she ever escape him? Or is Evan going to ruin her entire high school experience?
"Excuse me, but I quit!"
I stared at the terrified teenage girl who thought she was brave enough to make this kind of statement and get away with it even though I was the biggest bully in school. Where did she find her courage? No matter, I am about to squash her like a little bitty bug.
"You quit?" I said in a condescending tone. "Is that what you are doing?"
"Y...yes...I won't be doing your homework anymore o...or any other chores," she said. Her voice was shaking uncontrollably. I almost felt sorry for her.
Almost...but not really.
I moved closer to her and grabbed her shoulders then pulled her towards me. The movement was so sudden that her glasses almost fell off her face. I could see her eyes go wide underneath those thick glasses. Yes, be scared little one.
"I never gave you that choice little hamster, you don't get to quit unless I decide that you can!" I sneered.
"B..but..but..Evan," she was a mumbling mess. What happened to the courage she showed ten minutes ago?
"No buts, now go get me a soda from the vending machine," I ordered. "And two bags of chips. Chop, chop, I don't got all day."
"NO! I won't! It's over, I am leaving. You can't keep bossing me around," she cried and yanked herself free from my grasp, then ran away before I could stop her. Damn...she was really serious about this, huh?
"The fuck..."I cursed out loud. What is with her?
When I first laid my eyes on Annie Fisher, I knew she was perfect. Perfect to be my personal maid. She had a small round face which was mostly covered by a pair of thick glasses. She had a head full of hair which she always tied up in two fishtail braids. Her clothing choice was rather questionable. Not like the other girls in my school who always worried about wearing trendy clothes. Best of all, she was just tiny. She reminded me of a hamster, hence the nickname.
When I saw how weak and nerdy she was I knew she was the perfect girl to order around. All I had to do was threatened her a few times and she did everything I told her to do. She was actually kind of cute that way. I knew no guy was interested in her at school because she was so meek and nerdy which made her the perfect victim.
Of course, it wasn't entirely because she was spineless and weak. I had a reputation as a bully in this school. Most people were scared of me so it was a piece of cake to control her. No one ever did anything to help her. Poor, poor Annie Fisher.
I have been making her do my chores for almost a month now. She never stood up to me once, until today. I had to find out what's going on with her so I can fix it then we can go back to our regular relationship where I get to order her around. This just won't do. I enjoyed bossing her around too much.
You can't run away from me forever little hamster, I'll get you tomorrow. I looked forward to it.
The next day, I grabbed her and pushed her against the lockers. How dare she run away from me yesterday? It's punishment time for the little hamster.
"Evan! Let go of me!" she squealed like a chipmunk.
"Listen here little hamster, I am willing to forget what you told me yesterday and we can start over. I am going to pretend that you suffered from temporary insanity when you said you won't listen to me anymore," I said.
"You are crazy! I wasn't lying yesterday. I won't be pushed around anymore!" her voice trembled a little but she spoke firmly.
I yanked the glasses off of her face. I knew she couldn't see too well without those. Her hazel eyes were actually her best feature. Too bad she had to hide them under these dorky glasses.
"Wha...what are you doing? Give those back!" she exclaimed.
"Not till you apologize and say you'll keep doing as I say," I said.
"I won't!" she squealed again.
"Fine, I hope you can get through the day without these. Good luck, hamster," I said and dropped the glasses on the floor and stepped on them. She gasped as she heard the sickening crunch beneath my feet.
"Noooo! What have you done! I can barely see without those," she looked like she was about to cry.
"Awe boohoo should've thought about it before going against me," I mocked her then let go. She picked up the broken glasses and tried to see through them but they were completely broken.
"I hate you! You are a horrible person," she sobbed.
"Yeah, tell me something I don't know. Now get the fuck out of here," I snarled.
I saw her struggling to walk through the crowd. She was stumbling, almost tripping over nothing. That girl is blind as a bat, I laughed at the thought. Hopefully, she will come to her senses soon and do as I say.
I didn't see her for the rest of the day. I wondered if she just went home somehow since she was useless without her glasses. I am gonna have to admit, I was slightly worried about her. I didn't want to get hurt.
But...It doesn't matter because I also happened to live in the house right across from hers. She can't escape me no matter how hard she tries.
I started to drive back home after classes were over. As I waited on the red light to turn green I saw Annie walking on the sidewalk with this kid named Brent Adams. Since when did they become friends? I pulled up next to them and honked.
"Hey! Annie! Can't see without those glasses huh? Too fucking bad!" I yelled after rolling down my window.
Annie flinched and looked at me as she recognized my voice.
"Hey man, just leave her alone. She has suffered enough," Brent said.
"I didn't ask you Mr. do-gooder. I'll decide when its enough for her. Now get in the car, both of you!" I said and unlocked the door.
"Huh? What you mean?" Annie asked nervously.
"Are you deaf now too? Get. in . the. fucking . car before I lose my shit," I said firmly and glared at Brent.
Ever since I was a little girl, I had been bullied because of my glasses. Kids made fun of me all throughout elementary and middle school. Called me names like a nerd, four-eye, dork, and many more. I mean...hello! It's not like I choose to wear glasses this thick! I admit I don't exactly look attractive with these covering half of my face but without them, I can't see a thing. My whole world is blurry. Stupid rare eye condition. Why couldn't I be born normal like everyone else?
Even with all the teasing and bullying, I was surviving just fine. Until I met Evan...
At first, he didn't pay attention to me just like everybody else. But then one day he called me over to him as I was on my way to lunch.
"Hey, you! With the glasses!" he said.
"Huh? Me?" I was confused. Why was Evan Williams talking to me?
It was the first month of my freshman year. I noticed him right away as he was really good looking
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