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On Dublin Street – Kyle Ramsey was kicking the rear of my seat to stand out enough to be noticed, however he’d been kicking my best friend’s, Dru, seat yesterday and I would not like to agitate her. She really liked Kyle. All things being equal, I watched her as she sat adjacent to me attracting 1,000,000 minuscule love hearts the edge of her journal as Mr. Evans wrote another condition on the board. I definitely should have been focusing since I sucked at math. Mother and father wouldn’t be content with me on the off chance that I bombed a class the initial semester into first year. “Mr. Ramsey, would you want to come up to the board and answer this inquiry, or would you like to stay behind Jocelyn so you can kick her seat some more?” The class laughed and Dru gave me a blaming look. I frowned and shot Mr. Evan’s a sharp glare. “I’ll remain here, if that is OK, Mr. Evans,” Kyle answered with brazen strut. I feigned exacerbation, declining to pivot despite the fact that I could feel the warmth of his look on the rear of my neck.