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Behind T h o s e Eyes


Maia --> Belle: Can you give me Bentley Rosdahl's phone number?

Belle --> Maia: What makes you think that I would have that guys number? Why do you want that guys number?

Maia --> Belle: Why wouldn't you? Have you looked at him? I want his number so I can either call or text him. Why else would I want it?

Belle --> Maia: Um, I think he's gay. He's not interested in any girls.

Maia --> Belle: Gay? Really?

Belle --> Maia: I reckon him and Heath Sontag are hooking up in secret.

Maia --> Belle: Maybe he's just not interested in any of you, have you thought of that?

Belle --> Maia: Never considered that to be honest. <screenshot sent> I think that's his number. You can try it. 

Maia --> Belle: That wasn't so hard was it?

Belle --> Maia: Do you really want to tune Bentley? He seems to... Unapproachable and a little bit scary. I think he's on drugs.

Maia --> Belle: An unapproachable, scary, drug addicted homosexual. Are you trying to turn me off of him for a reason Belle?

Belle --> Maia: Just want you to have all the facts. 

Maia --> Belle: They don't sound like facts.

Maia --> Belle: BTW I want to do a lot more than tune him.

All she has thought about since he stuck his head through the window of her Science classroom and said hello she's been thinking about him non stop. The more people tell her that he may be a little bit dangerous the more she wants to get to know him. It's the kind of she wants, the kind of thing she needs. It's not normal, she knows... But she likes being treated that way and if someone who looks like him can do it, that will make it that much better.


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