Hahaha. I thought this chapter was really funny. The last one was too. I can't believe he wrote it on the bus stop. At least it worked! By the way, if you are ever shopping and are having a hard time chosing between a really good expensive snack and a cheap copy of that snack, buy the expensive one. I went to the store today and saw reeses cups and a cheap version of peanut butter cups. I bought the cheaper ones and they just about poisoned me. :P This just reminded me a little of your last chapter. I can't wait to read about the date! Update soon! :)Author's Response: I actually got that 'writing on the bus stop' from an article I read about a guy who talked to this lady on the subway, but was too scared to ask her out. And when it was too late, he wrote his name and email on the side just in case she ever found it again. I thought it was sweet.
Thanks for the tip! I swear, if I wanted to buy groceries back in India, I'd just poke my head out the window and ask a vendor for some food. My parents had better not let me do that ever again! Report Review
it seems like its going to be a fav story and i loved the intro !!! :)Author's Response: Thank you! Unfortunately, it's kind of been spiraling downwards from there, but it's always reviews like this that keep me going :D Report Review
WOW! You are seriously the best author ever! No wonder you won three writing awards at graduation, you spoiled, nerdy brat! Can I say that Sirius reminds me of Alex? Oh well, I just did. Speaking of Alex...*shudder* you were the most talked about person at Grad, not including Kyle and Vivian...
Once again, great chapter, and update please!Author's Response: OMG Ashley! Would you PLEASE not embarrass me on the website? It wasn't that bad! We were in eighth grade!
But thanks for your review :D Report Review
I like it so far. I think it's kind of funny with James and Sirius not knowing anything about how to grocery shop. They just seemed so overwhelmed by all the different choices. Hahaha. I can't wait to see how it goes with Sirius and the blonde. Update soon! :)Author's Response: Thanks, I'll be sure to do just that.
I'm especially glad you liked the grocery shop issue, seeing how it's based off of my personal life. See, back when I lived in India, I never had to grocery shop once in my life, but when my family moved to America, let me tell you, there were WAY too many types of bread for me to decide on.
Glad to see you reading, hope to hear more from you! Report Review
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