Josh found a parking spot and then walked around to open my door for me, as I hesitantly got out of the car. Luckily no one really noticed me for a while, so I was fine walking up the three steps to the white brick building with many windows. It didn’t seem very safe for a tornado, but maybe they don’t get a lot of those in Texas, I’m not sure. Since I already had my schedule Josh guided me to my locker and helped me open it, although I didn’t have anything to put in it at the moment. “You’ll be getting your textbooks later in the day, just go put them in here, you’ll never use them.” My brother told me with a chuckle.
Sighing I chewed softly on my bottom lip, and then moved my tongue around, feeling my tongue web piercing. Understanding what I was doing Josh messed with his tongue piercing in my face, making me laugh. “Hakuna matata Kiara.” He told me, causing me to roll my eyes.
“You can’t just mix two Lion King movies together it’s practically a sin.” I told him, nudging him with my elbow as he showed me to class. People began to stare, but it didn’t really bother me, since I was used to it. Not to be cocky or anything, but people tend to stare at my brother and I practically everywhere. We look like twins, beautiful Hollister modeling twins, but you know. Sometimes I wished I was ugly, but then people would probably still stare. El oh el.
Josh guided me along, smiling practically the whole time; I could tell he was happy I was home. Two of his friends walked over to us, and like practically fucked me with their eyes. “You’re excused.” I said, glaring at them. Josh laughed and punched them lightly in the shoulder.
“Don’t even. That’s my sister, Clove.” He told them, presenting me like a new car just out of Japan. I did a half curtsey and laughed along with Josh, although his friends just looked at us blankly. I don’t get it, I’m a laugh riot. Fucking Texans and their dry humor.