Questions You Should be Asking the World Around You
Back when I was a teen, there was this really popular Japanese girl whom a lot of the guys simply adored. She was in several of my classes, and I can admit that she often had me mesmerized simply by her presence. A lot of the girls were jealous of her, and they spread all sorts of nasty rumours. None of them were proven to be true however. That’s just how highschool drama works.
She was very pretty and she had a really bangin’ physique.
I wasn’t popular in school. I was in that weird nebulous space of being someone who was often invisible, and yet someone who wasn’t disliked. I was the average kid who didn’t have any distinguishably unsavory qualities. To offset that however, I was also the guy who slowly and steadily progressed into a highschool career of juvenile hijinks and gang worthy activity. Suffice it to say that the highschool football captain and I were natural enemies.
Anyways, this popular Japanese girl had asked me one day to help her with her homework. I was taken aback because she had never once spoken to me prior. She was a very soft spoken, very quiet person. She didn’t talk much in class, and she and I did not hang out with the same people. She was part of the “in” crowd. Naturally it made me nervous.
At her house, we greeted each other and exchanged pleasantries. I was respectful of her culture. I took off my shoes before entering. I knew that Japanese girls didn’t take well to inappropriate behavior, and Japanese girls do not like highschool drama, so I was very polite. She was curious about one thing or another, but we eventually agreed that we both had our bases covered. We weren’t going to end up with a failing mark, that was certain.
Not a lot of work was done that day because to tell you the truth, we were both very shy. If only I was more outgoing.
We both received B+’s on the assignment however.
The point of this story is that popularity does not always affect personality. The guys adored her, and that made me assume she used men to her advantage. The girls were jealous of her, and that made me assume that she was deceitful and tricky. After I got to know her, I discovered that she was just like me.
Were you expecting a sex story? Because I can tell you about the time she made me watch her wash her friend’s car in a bikini, (her friend included!).
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