Who’s actually reading Dark Side ? I mean, I’ve got big things planned for this story (which will be happening soon) but if no one’s reading it then I’m not going to continue it ! Lemme know if you guys still like the story or whatever !
The internet for my laptop is fucked up and apparently “I don’t have internet” which is stupid because … I HAVE A FUCKING ROUTER ! I’ll probably have it fixed either Friday night or Saturday since I’m constantly working ! I really hope you guys still love me ! Once I get internet I’ll try to do a shitload of imagines ! Love you guys !
jellybeanzfivesecondsofsummer said: Master list link?? Xx love your blog!!!
I don’t have a master list :/ Sorry hun but thanks ! (:
"What am I supposed to do? I don’t even know how to go on a date. I don’t know what to talk about or what to do. What if she’s already done what I’m thinking? What if what I’m thinking of doing isn’t good enough for her? I’m losing my mind! I have no idea what to-" I paced around Luke’s room, thinking about my first date with Jenny. I don’t go on dates; I’ve never been on a date so if you think about it, this date could be really bad because I have no idea what to do. "Dude," Michael said, grabbing both of my shoulders. "Get a grip. First of all, it’s just a girl and second, it’s just a date. Jenny’s a pretty easy going chick, so whatever you do, she’ll enjoy it as long as it’s with you." Michael was right. Jenny’s really easy to please and I mean, she’s hung out with me for this long…clearly she doesn’t find me boring. "See, this is why I don’t do dates. There’s so much pressure." "Yeah, it’s not because you were in a gang or anything." Ashton said, sarcastically. "Thanks Ashton." I said, before laughing. "What were you thinking of doing?" Luke asked. I knew the guys were going to help me plan this…I mean, they’re really the reason why I asked Jenny out in the first place. "Dude, do you not understand the fact that I’ve never done this before? I wasn’t thinking of doing anything.’ I said, stating the obvious. Luke let out a sigh as he started to think. "Well, since it’s Thursday and your date is tomorrow, we can’t do anything that involves too much so I say you take her to the fair. There’s a fair downtown to celebrate the beginning of summer. So take her there, go on a couple of rides, play a couple of games, watch the fireworks and then take her home…to her place…and then you leave. You don’t stay the night." Luke ordered. This was going to be a hell of a day. "What if she doesn’t like the fair?" I asked. "Calum, she’s gone to this fair every year. Trust me, she likes the fair."
I stood in front of my full length mirror and checked myself out. I was wearing a Cobain shirt, with a leather jacket over top and a pair of dark jeans. “I still can’t believe you’re actually going on a date.” My Mom said, walking into my room. “You really like this girl.” I always talked about Emily to my Mom and she knew how I felt about her so she knows what I’m like when I like a girl. “I feel different with her, Mom and she keeps me in check. I told you this year was going to be different.” I said, before kissing my Mom’s cheek and heading out. Knocking on Jenny’s door never made me more nervous. “Bye!” I heard from inside before the door swung open. Jenny stepped outside and I’ve never been more attracted to her. She wore a nice floral shirt with jean shorts, barely any makeup and her hair was straight. “Ready?” She asked me and I nodded my head. "Rule #1: Always speak. Don’t nod, don’t shake your head. Always say Yes or No." "I mean, yeah." I said, remembering the rules the guys told me yesterday. Jenny let out a little laugh as she placed her hand in mine. "To the fair." She said, in a little kid voice. I could tell she was excited. Luke was right, she likes the fair. The walk to the fair was quiet but not awkward quiet…it was nice. "Rule #2: Always have the date planned before starting the date. Do not ask her what she wants to do." When we got to the fair, I wasn’t 100% sure what to do first. “Did you want to go on rides?” I asked, completely ignoring the guys second rule. “Yeah, let’s go.” She said, with a smile on her face.
So far, the date was going well. We were talking, laughing, joking and anything else that signals we were having a good time. "Rule #3: When going to a fair, always try to win her something. It’s just the typical guy thing to do." I rolled my eyes as Luke’s voice rang through my mind. How the hell am I supposed to win her something when this is my first time even being near a fair? “Let’s play a game.” I said, bringing her over to a game that looked pretty easy. “Dude, you are horrible.” She said, as she kicked my ass in the game. “Yeah well you know, a guy’s gotta let the girl win.’ I said, trying to play it off. I watched as Jenny’s eyes lit up as she laughed. Everything about her was perfect and I couldn’t believe she’d rather spend her time with me than someone else…someone who doesn’t come with as much crap as I do. “What?” Jenny asked awkwardly and it was then that I realized I had been staring at her. “You’re perfect.” I blurted out. “You’re not bad yourself, new kid.” She said, with a wink before placing her hand in mine.
"I had a really great time, Calum. Thank you." Jenny said, as we stood on her porch. I knew what came next but the last rule rang through my head. "Rule #4: Do not kiss on the first date. Leave them wanting more." I know I should probably listen to the rule but considering Jenny and I have already kissed, I don’t think it’ll make a difference. I leaned down towards Jenny and she leaned in as well. The kiss was just like the first. “I’ll see you later.” Jenny said, before heading inside. All I could think about was how perfect the date was and how perfect Jenny is. I’m falling…and I’m falling hard.