Chapter 5

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When I arrived at school that same day, I found myself continually looking over my shoulder subconsciously. I didn't know exactly what I was looking for but I guess I just didn't want to have to deal with my parents after I had left. With my luck, they could have been following me to school just because I did something so rude as to just leave when they wanted to sit down and eat breakfast as a family all of the sudden. My parents were always ones to act like they wouldn't just abandon their daughter for months at a time and act like everything was okay after that. I walked through the doors of the school and made my way to my locker. It was still pretty early so there weren't that many people here. I grabbed all of my essential books and homework for my upcoming classes and shoved them in my backpack. I felt myself fly forward into my locker even though my backpack was in front of my torso; in between my locker and my body.

If my locker wasn't open, I would have smashed my head into the metal. I looked over to see one of Lauren's friends smirking as he walked away. I sighed and waited until he was gone to haunch over and catch my breath. Unfortunately the force had caused not only my stomach to be crushed by my backpack, but also my dick. I reached my hand out to at least keep me standing but eventually I felt small hands grasp my arm. "Hey, what's wrong?" Ally's sweet voice greeted my ears and soon enough I saw her just-as-small body enter my vision. I had to take a couple more deep inhales so that I could catch my breath. I couldn't really do anything about the throbbing of my dick though. If Ally had known what happened... well I'm not exactly sure what she would do. But I knew it would break her sweet heart.

"Oh nothing, I just accidentally dropped my book and it hit me in the stomach." I lied with a trembling smile on my face. It was clearly believable though since Ally's face showed sympathy as she aww'ed. She rubbed my back in a comforting manner and I was glad that she didn't ask any more questions. I was eventually able to catch my breath and stand upright, where I finished getting everything I needed before shutting my locker. I followed Ally down the hallway as she went on about wanting to try out for the cheerleading squad. This caught my attention however. "Ally, I think it'd be such a good idea for you but I mean... aren't you scared of the other girls? I heard they can be pretty mean." I knew firsthand how 'mean' they were. Ally now had a thinking face as her gaze was casted towards the ground. She hummed before shrugging her shoulders.

"I can handle them." Was all that she said. I nodded my head, trusting that she knew what she was doing. I couldn't be hounding her all of the time. "I just want to be able to be on the inside of all my best friend's basketball games." Ally mused as she linked our arms. I smiled at her cuteness. The two of us walked down the long hallway with our arms intertwined, waiting until the bell rang so that we could go to our classes. As soon as we were coming to the end of the hall and got ready to turn, I smacked into a rather large body and felt myself almost fall backwards. I saw two larger bodies and I was scared until their familiar laughs entered my ears. Well, one laugh was more familiar than the other. I looked up to see Jaden standing there clutching his chubby stomach with an unfamiliar boy standing beside him pretty much doing the same thing. I hadn't met him at the house but I was sure that he was in on whatever I had gotten myself into as well.

"Yo wassup Y/N? I didn't think I'd see you here." Jaden slapped my back as Ally looked between us in confusion. I awkwardly laughed and scratched the back of my neck at the whole situation. Thankfully the bell rang and I knew Ally would never be late to any of her classes, so I told her I would catch up with her later. Ally nodded her head and hesitated to leave but she ultimately began slowly walking to her class. "Who's that, stud?" I rolled my eyes at the chubby boy before making my way to my own class so that I wasn't late. What I didn't know was that the two boys were following me until I could hear them laughing behind me as I walked. I stopped in my tracks and turned around to look at them again. It was starting to get on my nerves since this had been one of the worst mornings I've had to deal with in a long time and I didn't even know one of these guys. Yet here he was, laughing at me like we had known each other for years. I waited until they stopped laughing before I answered Jaden.

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