Caroline was hanging in the Grill when her phone rang. She let out a deep sigh when she noticed it was her boyfriend Matt. “Hey, Matt” she said. “Caroline, hi, I’m glad I can finally reach you” Matt replied. “What do wewe mean?” Caroline asked avoiding. It had been two days since she last spoke to him and she had very consciously ‘missed’ his calls. “Is something wrong? Are wewe breaking up with me? Because if wewe do I really think wewe should have the guts to say it in my face” Matt ranted. “Matt, shut up!” Caroline said. “I am not breaking up with you, okay? Who gave wewe that impression?” “Well, wewe did” Matt said. “You’re uigizaji very… distant lately and I’m wondering why” “I’m hooked into something, I can’t explain it” Caroline alisema hesitating. “Can’t wewe try? During lunch, maybe?” Matt suggested. “Maybe. Can I call wewe back on that?” Caroline asked. “Promise wewe will” Matt said. “Okay, I promise” Caroline alisema and she ended the conversation.
“Boyfriend issues, huh?” the girl inayofuata to her at the bar said. Caroline turned around to view the clearly underage girl drinking beer. And it wasn’t the first one. “You know it’s rude to eavesdrop a conversation you’re not part of” The girl drank from her beer. “I wasn’t eavesdropping. wewe really need to lower your voice a bit” “You shouldn’t be drinking. You’re a minor” Caroline alisema cold. The girl laughed. “Okay, yeah, I’m a minor, but that doesn’t make wewe my legal guardian, wewe know. And don’t take your problems with Matt out on me” Caroline’s mouth dropped open from unbelief. “I’m not taking anything out on anyone. God, why am I even talking to you?” she muttered, zaidi to herself than the girl. She walked away, the girl watching her leave.