A Little Excerpt
Jack Andrews, Levi Cranston, and Kevin Maggliardi were hanging out at the tennis courts. They all felt that they needed some time to play some matches. Mike Wong, Jing Hao, and Asad Prejesh were invited to join them as well, but they declined. They had other plans in downtown Boston.
“Worst effing day of my life,” Jack remarked.
“Why? What happened?” Levi asked.
“The girl I told you about, right? She decided to friend-zone me.”
“Oh shit, that has to suck.”
“Yeah. I really liked her. I thought we were on the same wavelength, and she was really pretty.” Jack remarked.
“You’ll find another person,” Levi said.
“Not right now. This one shook me to the core.”
“Well, I remember my worst day.”
“I think I know where this is going.”
“The day I had my tonsils removed,” Levi stated.
“That day also sucked for me, but I remember an even worse day for me,” Kevin said.
“You had your tonsils removed, too?” Levi asked.
“Yeah, it hurt.”
“What else happened?”
“Summer of my senior year of high school, I was in a bad car accident, but I walked away from it relatively unscathed,” Kevin said.
“I was also in a car accident a couple years ago, right by my parents’ house. You weren’t badly hurt, were you?” Levi asked.
“No, not really. I had a mild concussion, but I couldn’t do anything but rest for about a week. I had to have a CT scan and an MRI to make sure I didn’t have any severe head injuries from the accident.”
“I also had a concussion, and I also had to go through the same tests. The MRI sucks.”
“I remember the loud noise and my head pounding.”
“It was the worst. The guy that hit me was drunk. Thank goodness I wasn’t badly hurt.”
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