Chemistry Monologue

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Science. The most magical place in school. It was filled with so much chemistry. I absolutely hated it. The teacher was doing everything he could to make my life hell, and he succeeded many times. One of his major schemes was moving me. You ended up sitting at the table with the popular gang. The ones who would always talk and never listen to the teacher. I could tell that you hated them with passion from the look of disgust you would constantly throw at them, that is when you thought no one was looking. I sat at a really nice table. Both of the guys were really sweet, and would always make me laugh. Now sitting next to you, there was this girl that constantly talked. What is even better is that the teacher hated her, even more than you did. One day he suddenly had enough of her that he decided to swap her seat. With who you may ask? Me. Of course, it was me. I was forced to sit right next to you for the whole semester. You honestly weren 't even bad, it was really the other kids at the table. Oh, they made my life hell, even more than the teacher. To keep myself busy and quiet, I always had a book with me. A book I would always read during class while hiding it under my table. I know we exchanged a few words, something along the lines of what the other got on the classwork. Yes, that was it. Shocker.…show more content…
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