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Rated: E · Short Story · Comedy · #2140165
A girl tries to apologize for her mistakes. (Quotation Inspiration Inspiration piece)
"I am sorry Kaitlin, what else do you want me to say?" Celia asked, following her friend. "You just said, keep in mind in front of David,'Of course I talk like an idiot, how else would you understand me ?' " "Look, David laughed, so what?" Celia said shrugging.

"Now I look like an idiot! What am I going to do now? It's not my fault you failed the test."
"Hey ! I may have gotten a bad grade, but at least I don't need a guy."
"I don't need him."
"Oh sorry, you, 'want' him. How is that any better?"
"It's better then failing my classes."
"Oh I'm sorry, I didn't realize direct objects were going to be in my interview for a job."
Celia interrupted her, and started talking with a southern accent.
"'Mam' please use a direct object in a sentence." Celia looked at Kaitlin with such a funny face, that Kaitlin burst into laughter. "Hmm, can't keep it together or use a direct object. NEXT" Celia yelled. Kaitlin laughed even harder.
"Look, I'm sorry I called you an idiot in front of David." Celia said, once Kaitlin calmed down.
"I'm sorry I teased you about your grades, I know they don't come easy to you. Since we're apologizing for stuff, I also wanted to let you know I may have broken your calculator."
"Yeah, it's okay, I'm sorry I kissed David." Celia said.

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