Cool! Ill just get a pen out
Jeremy put his hands into his pockets, reaching for the pen that he had used for most of the school day prior. While most of his classmates tended to use cases which had all of their things in them, Jeremy preferred having one to three pens in his pocket where he could take them out easily. It was all he needed, really. He could normally just place the sheets he occasionally got in the relevant places and they stayed there for however long they were relevant, and his teachers didnt seem to mind, so it wasnt like he needed glue or scissors or anything when he was at school. So he reached down into his pockets, and-
Fuck. Supposed he must have taken them out at some point. A little bit of a surprise, that, considering he was still wearing what he wore today. Must have put them onto the bed when he got home or something like that. Whatever, he could easily recite it off of the top of his head anyway.
I guess Ill just have to recite it then, since I dont have a pen. F R A S I E R Jeremy at Gmail.com. No dots between my names. God, he sounded so pretentious when he was spelling out his name. He kinda had to, though, considering how hard it was for some people to get it right apparently. He had heard a lot of spellings of his last name, which were all usually wrong. He had seen Fraiser, Fraisure, he was pretty sure someone had actually managed to spell it as Frasur somehow. Kinda annoying whenever somebody needed to know how his name was spelt for a thing. Oh well, if she didnt get it he could just spell it out again. No big deal.
But yeah, this was kinda great meeting you here. I look forward to the dance. And with that, the conversation seemed to be over. The two went their separate ways. BB to the counter and Jeremy continuing his look through of the pop section.
Oh, by the way, he ended up buying the Iron and Wine CD for his mom. He trusted BB enough after his meeting with her to go with her judgement, and as it turned out, his mom loved it.
It was nice to be able to hear some actually good music in the car for a change.
((Jeremy Frasiers Sadie Hawkins adventure, continued in She's Stupid Pretty, He's Pretty Stupid