Part 2 In which Molly arrives back in Chicago after a summer spent in "away".
- It's true how people tend to dislike people that are so much like themselves at the start, and it gets you to wonder if I were omeone else would i be friends with me I guess.
Great Chapter and I'm glad that Molly hasn't told the others, it would too unrealistic if she had.
Author's responseyep. When I was "the kids" age I always looked in the mirror and wondered how people could be friends with me, cause I'm fairly certain I wouldn't want to be friends with myself.
I wanted to adress that issue so I threw it onto Molly 'cause I know a lotta people who think the same way.
Look at me trying to get all "deep" with a fanfic. lol. And yea Molly won't be telling anyone what happened for a while, and even then not everything will ever really come out. Pete only knows on accident.
(#) FrostedGlass 2007-01-09How can you not like someone who reminds you of yourself in a lot of ways? And that was something that Molly had finally admitted to herself. Her immediate dislike of Pete came from the fact that he reminded her of herself, and therefore his flaws brought hers to the forefront of her mind. -> Insightful. True.
Who really likes themselves? Not even Pete. Or especially not Pete?
Great chapter. Glad to read Rickster, Elyse and Matt grew up a bit. Or had a guilty conscience.
Author's responseyea. Pete doesn't like himself. Molly doesn't like herself. I don't like myself. Its a total unlikeable party around here lol. That paragraph is actually my friend's theory behind my "hate" for the dramaqueen.
yea its more of a guilty conscience at this point for the trickster, the other two really do feel bad though. they luff they're molly and missed her lots.
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