In March near the end of the year in seventh grade one of my classes got transferred and that class had all of my friends in it. My new class, which was english was really noisy and obnoxious. The teacher had to tell them to be quiet multiple times and got mad at them almost every day. Also I was sitting next to some kid that was quiet so it was really weird. Then the next few days were also really awkward because it was quiet where I was sitting.
I thought I was going to burst because of how weird and quiet it was where I sat, then he mentions what I’m going to do over the summer and I said “ I’m going to Las Vegas and then I’m also going to California”. He also said that he was going to California over the summer, too. Than we mention all the places we’ve been before in California and Las Vegas like the MGM Grand, Walk of Fame, Hollywood Sign, and Queen Mary.
The next few days in the class were fun and not weird like the previous days. I also thought “ maybe this class won’t be as bad as I thought it would be “. Than I brought up if he played any games like Battlefield or Grand Theft Auto, which he did. I ended up giving him my gamertag so we can play games and we played for so long that day laughing, messing around, and having fun. The rest of the year we became friends and the boring class was actually fun.
Than later in the year I met a few more kids in the class, which also became my friends.I ended up liking that class, which I never thought I would because of how noisy and weird it was. If I never transferred classes I would’ve never meet them. Now, whenever we play games it still reminds of when we first meet in seventh grade.
Submitted by Anonymous
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