I shuffled awkwardly into a disco flooded with people ready to dance the night away.
Everywhere I looked, groups of enthusiastic dancers were showing off their best moves on the shiny dance floor.
Sighing, I scanned the room for a quiet corner of the room I could stand in alone, but then, I felt a light tapping on my shoulder.
I spun around, and as I did my eyes widened in utter shock.
It was Jenny.
Jenny is the most beautiful, clever, and talented girl at high school; to me at least.
She has chocolate brown hair, that tumbles down her back like a small waterfall, and her eyes are the most gorgeous emerald green.
“Hey! I didn’t know you were here too! What a coincidence!” She said, flashing me a pearly tooth smile.
“I didn’t know you were here either.” I squeaked in a hoarse voice, my palms beginning to sweat up a storm.
“How are you doing?” Questioned Jenny, her green eyes sparkling like gems.
“Good.” I Stuttered, while my legs turned to jelly underneath me.
Let me make one thing strait, I am TERRIBLE at talking to girls, especially Jenny.
“Would you like to dance?” She asked, nodding her head at the dance floor.
I would’ve liked to say yes, and dance all night with Jenny, but did that happen? Of course not.
Instead, I let out a strange choking noise, grimaced, and fell to the floor.
The last thing I remembered was Jenny’s voice echoing around my head, “Someone help!”
Worst Disco Ever.