Dominic by L.A. Casey : Page 2
description : Dominic : Page 2 free online"Bro-nah?" Dark twin correctly sounded it out then muttered about the stupidity of the G being silent. I rolled my eyes. "Yeah, that's me name and it is on my desk as you can clearly see." The blond twin snorted. "She has you by the balls on that, bro. Let's just move out of this lovely woman's way and sit down in the back row next to the pretty ladies." The fact that the girls in my class giggled, and the twins grinned over this, made my stomach lurch in disgust. I didn't like pretty boys who were full of themselves; we already had one in this school, and he was an absolute dickhead. We didn't need another one, let alone two more. The blond twin smiled at me when he stood up, I didn't smile back at him. The dark-haired twin slowly stood up from my seat. He didn't smile at me, he grinned. My glare only caused his grin to turn into a smirk. "I warmed it up for you." He winked. "Be sure to thank your arse for me." I rolled my eyes as I moved past him and sat down in my seat, pulled it into my desk, and put my bag onto the chair next to me, pulling it close to me also. It was obvious I was stating that no one was to sit next to me. I heard the dark-haired twin chuckle as he moved to the back of the class. "What's her problem?" he asked, aloud. "Who? Bronagh? Nothin'," Alannah Ryan replied. "She just doesn't like attention or people that much, she prefers to be by herself." Alannah was a nice girl; she always smiled at me when she passed me by and unlike every other student in our year, she left me alone. She seemed to understand that I was just content with being on my own, and I really liked that about her. I thought she was pretty cool because of that. "She doesn't like people?" Dark-haired twin snorted as he asked, "Is there something wrong with her?" I might be a quiet person and liked to be ignored but I wasn't a pushover; if someone pissed me off, you could bet your arse I would speak my mind to them. My mind didn't have a filter either. I tended to say what I was thinking without thinking. "I'm sure there are many things wrong with me accordin' to you, but I assure you pretty boy, me hearin' is perfectly fine," I said aloud without turning around. I heard some chuckles then, and when I glanced up, I caught Miss McKesson grinning down into her book. "Inside voice, bro," blond-haired twin's voice snickered. "Pretty boy?" dark-haired twin growled then muttered to whom I assumed was either himself or his brother. "Who does that bitch think she is talking to?" I inwardly snorted at his little wobbler. He thought I was a bitch? Like I gave a f**k. "Okay, less of that," Miss McKesson said, standing up once she heard the word bitch. "Bronagh, these lads are our new students, all the way from the United States of America." When I realised my classmates were looking at me for some sort of reaction, I twirled my finger around in the air trying to be enthusiastic even though I couldn't care less. "Go US of A." Miss McKesson bit down on her bottom lip and shook her head. "The Slater boys are twins, obviously. It's easy to tell them apart with them havin' different hair colour. Nico has brown hair and Damien has blond hair, well, more white than blond." Nico was its name? "I'll be sure to remember that miss, thank you," I sarcastically said with a beaming smile. A few snorts later Miss McKesson introduced me. "And this lovely lady, lads, is Bronagh Murphy." "It's a pleasure, Miss Murphy," Nico said. I snorted. "I seriously doubt that, Mr. Slater," I replied making the class laugh. I didn't care that they were probably laughing at me because it was obviously not a pleasure to meet me, but whatever, I didn't care. "Okay, back to whatever it was that you were all doin' before Bronagh came to class," Miss McKesson said with a wave of her hand. Not a second later the questions fired left, right, and centre from the girls to the twins, and it made me sigh. I hoped it wasn't going to be like this every day, because that shite would get old and annoy me pretty quickly. "Miss?" I muttered to my tutor. When Miss McKesson looked up, I shook my iTouch at her, and she nodded her head, giving me silent permission to listen to it. "Shit, you're allowed to listen to iPods here?" I heard Nico ask. "Huh? Oh no, just Bronagh. She gets her work done every day, so she is allowed to listen to it as long as the volume is low," Alannah's voice replied to Nico. I knew that made me out to be a geek, but I kind of was, not in the l-was-seriously-smart kind of way but just the I-got-my-work-done-on-time way. I didn't really have much else to do in school other than work so having it done on time was never a problem. I didn't hear Nico's response to Alannah, because I turned my music on. I welcomed it and enjoyed the fact that the beautiful sound drowned everyone else out. I took out my English copybook and read over the essay I wrote last night for class later today. I corrected any mistakes I spotted, and then re-read it again. When I was satisfied with it, I put it back in my bag and zipped it closed. I checked the time and saw that there was less than two minutes left in class. I sat up straight and took out my earphones then switched off my iTouch and pocketed it. I stood up at the same time the bell rang. I pushed the chairs under my desk, walked out of the room, and headed towards the woodwork room. I loved this class; I really enjoyed making new things for projects. I always made jewellery boxes, makeup holders for Branna or cool shelves and bookcases. I got more creative with each one I made, and Branna loved them, so it made me happy.