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“So, Miles?” Blue laughed, taking his hand. He looked down and their hands and giggled.
“So, Blue,” He bumped his hip against hers. She giggled louder, walking down the hallway.
“Green, that quicky was good, huh?” A boy said from behind them. A laugh came from behind there, and they all turned. It was a womans voice.
“What are you doing here, Way?” Miles grinned. She swung her hips bit.
“You forgot your algebra at my place,” She handed him a sheet. He smiled at the girl, and the boys around them couldn't believe such a loner and such a loser was getting a kiss on the cheek by Bandit Way.
Miles laughed it off and Bandit left to her side of the school.
“Still grounded?” Blue asked giggling more. She blushed, looking down.
“Hey, desert rat!” One girl sneered at her. Blue turned away from Miles, and looked down.
“Blue, hey, come on. Just mean girls it’s fine. It’ll be ok,” Miles said kissing her head. Blue looked at her and smiled.
“They think I’m Islamic,” She said quietly. “A terrorist.”
“Fancy, shmancy words. I think you’re beautiful,” His grin stayed and his ears turned a little pink, but at good cost. “Yeah, still grounded.”
“Rats,” Blue winked at him. Blue laughed, walking into the lunchroom. She got in line as Miles sat at a table with Lily.
“Hey,” She said. “Still with Indian Girl?”
“I think she’s Hindu,” Miles said, eating his sisters banana. Lily shrugged.
“Does that bother you?” She asked. Miles shook his hand.
“Just a pretty lady.”
“Good answer,” Lily nodded and watched as Blue walked over smiling, tray in hand. Her smile dropped as a carton of milk hit her, it going over her wrap and into her hair. Miles’ eyes got wide as he stood and a girl giggled.
“Ugly dress,” She snorted. “It’s all over the place, that milk. That’s all you have to drink, don’t you, over in that poor country you call home?”
“I’m an American!” Blue shrieked, slamming her tray down onto the table. Miles tried to clean her up as much as she could, but he couldn’t get the wet stains out.
“Why did you do that?” He yelled at the girl Lily ignored it to preserve her reputation.
“You know what? I would say something American right now, a joke about your mom,” blue said glaring. “but it my country, cows are sacred!”
“She just called my mother a cow!” The blonde shrieked, glaring. Blue stood her ground.
“You threw milk at her,” Another boy said. “You bitch.”
Miles helped Blue clean up, and even drove her home, ditching class with her. He stayed with her all day. ignoring his phone and emails he got from his father.