A young blonde lady walked along the side of the street. She went by the name Fiona. She was new to the area and knew very little of the place. Currently she was heading towards her new school.
"What a nice place to live. It's so peaceful around here that I'm surprised that anyone actually lives here by how quiet it is," Fiona said as she felt a light breeze go past her slightly blowing her hair with it.
The place was a pretty good size too. It was lucky for her that she had already learned her way around the place because it was definitely helping her at that moment. She guess though that the reason that it's so quiet is because it's still early and she happened to leave her house earlier than necessary in hopes of avoiding anything that might make her late in case she did end up forgetting or if she took a wrong turn somewhere that she would've some time to get back on track to school.
Fiona was medium height for a woman and had beautiful crimson eyes and long flowing blonde hair that went down her back. At the moment she was wearing a black skirt that went up to her mid thigh and a pink t-shirt.
She couldn't wait to get to the school. She wanted to get there and meet all the other students. 'Hopefully the students are nice here,' thought Fiona with a smile. She was going into her freshman year of high school and was looking forward to every part of it.
Seeing the large school come up she put on a smile and started to walk faster the rest of the way. She started to pick up her pace so that she would be late because she sort of took her time walking there. She made it though and with a few minutes to spare.
The school bell rang a few minutes later and all the students were in a rush to get to their classes. With all of the people pushing their way through it made it hard for Fiona to see where she was going but she managed to keep her eyes on the door numbers trying to move through the halls to find her first class.
"This place is bigger than I thought. I hope that I don't get lost," Fiona said as she looked for the right classroom. With so many classes it made it hard for her to find room number 245. "200, 201, 202," counted Fiona as she read each of the numbers on the classroom doors. "How many rooms does this place actually have?" she groaned to herself as she kept reading.
She was too into trying to find her room that she wasn't looking forward and ran right into someone's back. Fiona fell backwards but the person she ran into didn't even seem to flinch when Fiona had accidentally ran into her.
Looking up, Fiona saw a young woman with long black hair that flowed freely down her back, deep purple eyes, and she was wearing a black skirt with a blue short-sleeved shirt on. She currently had a look on her face that told Fiona that she was definitely annoyed about being run into. She was currently glaring at Fiona with her dark purple eyes. "Watch where you're going," she said in a rather nasty tone. Fiona knew that she didn't run into a very friendly person.
"I-I'm sorry. I guess I didn't see where I was going. I'm Fiona," Fiona said slightly unnerved by her but she quickly regained her composure and put a smile on her face hoping to make a better impression with her fellow classmates.
"You must be new so I had better tell you a few things. I can tell that I'm not going to like you much. So stay out of my way. I don't need morons like you standing in the way of me fulfilling some of my dreams. So I'll say it again. Stay out of my way," she said right into Fiona's face.
"You had better back off Amy. We all already know you're a real bitch so it might make it easier for us to tell her all of that instead of her learning firsthand," came another voice that had a bit of amusement in them.
The girl Amy turned around to see another girl with an even more annoyed look on her face then when she had seen Fiona. This woman had brown hair that was pulled into four small ponytails in the back and two braids in the front.
"Whatever, I don't have time to mess with losers like you two. I've much better things to do and loser like you will only continue to be in my way," Amy said with great dislike in her voice as she walked off.
It had been about a minute after Amy had left before the woman had started talking again. "Hey there, are you ok? Do you need any help?" asked the woman in a friendly tone.
"No thank you. I don't need any help. I'm fine. Who was that? She wasn't very friendly," Fiona said depressed that she already had someone that didn't like her and it was only Fiona's first day of school.
"Her name is Amy. In my opinion she's the biggest snob on the face of this planet. I only put up with her most of the time because she's the girlfriend of a friend of mine. Although I don't see how he can stand her. Oh and about the way she acted, it's just how she normally is. Doesn't she have a wonderful personality?" asked the woman with a sarcastic tone in her voice. "She thinks that she's the best at everything. Her father gives her whatever she could possibly want, so it's no wonder how she turned out the way that she did. Oh, by the way. My name is Moonbay," Moonbay said with a smile as she held her hand out in front of Fiona.
"Hello. My name is Fiona. It's a pleasure to meet you. I'm new here so don't mind me if I don't really know all that much," Fiona said with a smile as she shook Moonbay's hands. She wore a bright smile on her face at the knowledge that there were actually friendly people here compared to people like that Amy. She was very grateful for that one little fact. She didn't want a lot of Amy's running around.
"I thought so. That explains why I knew that you didn't look familiar, and why Amy was being real nasty. She was trying to set up her own ground rules for you to follow. Just don't bother listening and sometimes she will just walk away. That's the best advice that I can give you. Until she walks away, she will be sure to annoy you as much as possible. By the way, where are you heading for homeroom?" Moonbay asked in a friendly tone.
"It says on my schedule room 245. Do you have any idea where that's because I've been looking for a while and I haven't had any luck in finding it," Fiona said looking at her schedule.
Moonbay's smile seemed to broaden a little. "Great, that's my homeroom. I can take you there. Maybe I can also give you some other help if you need it. How does that sound? If you hang out with me, then no one but Amy and her friends will bother you too badly because I'm friends with a lot of people and the others that aren't nice no not to get on my nerves," Moonbay said happily with a smirk on her face.
"Thank you. I would appreciate it a lot," Fiona said with a smile. 'Wow. I've only been here a few minutes and I already have a new friend, and a person that hates me. What a day,' thought Fiona slightly amused at how her day was going so far. She felt that someday she would look back on this and laugh.
"You might want to hurry up because the late bell is going to ring any minute now. So follow me and try to keep up," Moonbay said from in front of Fiona. She then started to go at a fast walk down the halls.
Fiona snapped out of her thoughts. "What?" Fiona asked slightly confused. She then looked at her watch and cringed when she saw the time. "Oh no, I'm going to be late!" Fiona said as she ran right behind Moonbay.
As soon as she was by Moonbay, Moonbay took a quick look around the area and then took off at a fast sprint in hopes of beating the bell. Fiona was running right after her because she was the only one that knew where the room that she had to go to was.
Fiona ran along side Moonbay until they had reached a room. Moonbay ran in but Fiona stopped at the door. Taking a quick breath, she walked into the room. The first thing that Fiona noticed was the girl Amy. She was busy talking to people Fiona thought were friends of hers so she hadn't noticed Fiona yet. "Oh no. Not her," Fiona said quietly to herself.
"Ah you must be the new girl Fiona. I've been expecting you for quite some time and also looking forward to meeting you," said the teacher behind the desk. He was an elderly man with long hair that was balding at the top with what was left of his hair hanging down his back. He was a man that looked like he deserved a bit of respect. He also looked very wise and Fiona felt that she would like him as a teacher if she got him.
"Yes I am.I have just moved here from a place very far away," Fiona said kindly. She was glad to see that he was nice bit she couldn't help but wonder how nice some of the other teachers were.
"I have been expecting you here," said the teacher with a smile. "My name is Dr. D. I'll be your homeroom teacher for all of your years in this school," said Dr. D happily.
"I'm sure I'll enjoy it very much. I hope that I've your class. If I do, then I can't wait to get started if I've you class to be able to see how much fun I actually will have," Fiona said with a smile.
His features seemed to brighten up a little once she had said this. "Finally, a student who I might actually enjoy my teaching," said Dr. D happily with a clap of his hands. "Class. We have a new student. Her name is Fiona. I would be happy if you would give her some help if she needs it," said Dr. D very brightly.
Fiona then noticed that Amy had finally looked up and noticed her. She sent a glare at Fiona and then turned back and started to talk to her friends again. The rest of the class seemed to remain silent and just looked at her.
"Fiona you may take any seat that you would like," said Dr. D happily. He then turned around and started casually walking towards his desk where he took a seat and pulled out a book.
The first thing that Fiona noticed was Moonbay waving her towards her while pointing towards an empty seat right by her. Fiona happily walked towards it thinking that it would be a good seat to sit in because it was right next to her new friend.
On her way to her choice desk, she ran into a bit of trouble. She passed by Amy, who stuck out her foot in front of Fiona while Fiona was walking by, making her trip. Fiona fell forward and in an attempt to stop the fall so as to not hurt herself, Fiona grabbed the closest thing to her, which was the back Amy's chair. She grabbed onto it and ended up pulling it out right underneath from the woman. Amy fell to the floor as well and the entire class broke out in laughter.
Fiona quickly got up and walked as fast as she could towards Moonbay who was laughing her head off at the scene that had just taken place. "That ought to show her not to be so mean it was her own fault anyways for sticking her foot in front of you like she did. So you don't have to blame yourself for anything that just happened," Moonbay said through all of her laughter.
Fiona slumped down in her chair trying to avoid the death glares that Amy was sending her. 'Great. I barely got here and I already have someone that hates me,' thought Fiona as she slumped lower into the chair.
Homeroom had just started and she seemed to be the center of everyone's attention. "Don't worry about it. I say they forget all about what just happened in about ten seconds," Moonbay said as she looked at a watch that she had on her wrist.
"Why would it be in only ten seconds? Why not a minute or sometime around that?" Fiona asked curious as to what Moonbay meant. She had no idea what Moonbay was going on about.
"You'll see," Moonbay said with a smirk on her face. "5, 4, 3, 2, 1," counted Moonbay and as if on cue someone came rushing in through the door and crashed into poor Dr. D. The class broke out in laughing worse than what happened to Fiona.
The boy had dark spiky hair and very dark eyes. "Mr. Flyheight! I would really appreciate it if you would get here on time so I won't be run over every time that you're late for class," yelled Dr. D as he picked himself off the floor.
"Has this happened before?" Fiona asked once Moonbay's laughter had calmed down a little bit. She had to admit that it was a bit amusing but she didn't show it too much.
"Sure. Van does this all the time. Yet it never seems to get old watching him do that every once in a while when he's running late," Moonbay said chuckling a little bit every once in a while.
"Sorry about that old man," Van said as he quickly got off the floor and ran to his seat, which just so happened to be seated next to Amy. Before he could get there though, Amy had grabbed his arm and pulled him down.
Fiona couldn't help but giggle a little at what Van had just done not noticing what had just happened. Then she noticed how Amy started to flirt with him. It was disgusting how much Amy was throwing herself all over Van. Fiona couldn't help but feel kind of sorry for him.
"Disgusting, I know. he's my friend though and that's the only reason I put up with her like I said earlier. Although I must say that he has had a huge attitude change once he started to go out with her. The rest of the time that she isn't around though, he can be an ok guy," Moonbay said noticing what was going on.
"Is that so? Then I feel very sorry for him at the moment. Having a girlfriend like that," Fiona said looking away feeling like she just wanted to throw up at the way Amy was currently acting.
The rest of homeroom went by quickly and soon the bell rang to signal everyone to head to their next class. "Hey Fiona, what class do you have first?" Moonbay asked as they walked through the halls.
Fiona took out her schedule and took a quick look at it. 'Rats, I don't have Dr. D,' thought Fiona with a small pout. She then looked at the rest of the schedule. "Math," Fiona said after a short paused where she was reading it, "with Mr. Herman," Fiona said as she put her schedule away.
"He is a good teacher. You will most likely enjoy it enjoy it. Unlike mine," Moonbay said as she thought about hers. She had an older teacher. The teacher was very strict and was not afraid to yell at the top of her lungs if someone wasn't paying attention, and she yelled in a very high voice that at times sounded like nails on chalkboard. She cringed at the thought.
"How do I get there?" Fiona asked not knowing her way around. She looked in every direction to show she had no idea what way she had to go at that moment. She was lucky that Moonbay must know.
"All you have to do is go down the hall and turn left. Then just walk down the halls a little bit until you see the right room. Listen I've to go. Because I've to go to my English class," Moonbay said with a wave as she ran down the hall in the opposite direction.
"See you Moonbay," Fiona yelled back at her. Fiona smiled at her new friend as she started to walk towards her class, which Moonbay had kindly showed to her. 'I wonder how the rest of the day is going to go,' thought Fiona with a smile.
Fiona was walking happily towards her class when suddenly she found herself face to face with Amy and anyone could tell that she was not happy by the scowl that was on her face. "Do you think it was funny what you did to me?" Amy asked through clenched teeth. It was clear that at any moment she could snap.
"You tried to trip me. So it was your own fault, not mine," Fiona said in her own defense. She was really starting to dislike this woman more and more by the second. All she wished was that Amy would leave her alone. She just decided to ignore her and then she tried to walk around her.
Amy glared at Fiona really hard. She hated to be ignored like that. She moved back into Fiona's way and then knocked the books out of her hands very quickly and then pushed Fiona against the wall. She clutched Fiona by the collar of her shirt while she spoke. "I'm warning you. You had better treat me with respect," warned Amy as she pointed at Fiona. "Or else I can make your life a living hell," warned Amy with a deadly glare within her eyes.
"I have a feeling that you're going to end up doing that anyways or you already have so it would be nothing new," Fiona said because she knew it might get on Amy's nerves.
"You're probably right but I can make it worse than anything that you could possibly imagine. So you had better keep that in mind if you ever try to annoy me again," Amy said angrily. All Fiona did was keep a calm face showing that she wasn't interested in Amy's threats. That annoyed Amy more and she then pushed Fiona away from herself. It took a moment for Fiona to regain her balance. Amy then walked off with a satisfied smirk on her face.
Fiona bent down and started to pick up her books, which were scattered all over the floor. "This is definitely going to make me a bit late for class if I don't hurry up," Fiona said as she picked up the folders and papers that were now all over the floor.
"Are you ok? Would you like a little help?" a voice said from off to the side. Fiona looked over to see Van standing there. He had watched all that had happened between the two of them. He then walked over to Fiona and started to help her pick her things up.
"Why do you care? It was your girlfriend that did this. Don't you think that she will be angry at you for helping someone like me?" Fiona asked a bit bitterly and slightly angry about what had just happened.
"Just because she can be heartless at times doesn't mean that I'm," Van said seriously. "I'm Van, and I don't know who you're since I came in late. I know that you're new but what is your name," Van asked with a smile.
"It's Fiona. You don't have to help me. Do you know that?" Fiona said not really caring. She saw that he still kept helping her pick up some of her fallen things. She was very curious as to why he was helping her.
Van ignored her question and continued to speak what he wanted to say. "She is already warning people to stay away from you. Did you know that?" Van asked looking at her with a bit of amusement in his eyes. He didn't know any new people that could get on Amy's nerves that quickly. He was curious as to what else had happened between the two of them.
"I didn't know that. It might be a bit of a problem for me if it continues to go on," Fiona said was a frown as she picked up the last her of stuff and stood up with Van standing up as well.
"There are a lot of people who won't listen to her but it might make it hard for you to make a lot of friends. People at times can fear her so most might listen to what she has to say without any questions asked," Van said quietly. Fiona didn't respond. "It was nice meeting you Fiona. I had better get going," Van said as he stood up and handed her all the stuff that he had collected.
Fiona stood up as well and took the things that Van handed to her. "Thank you for helping me. I'm very curious as to why you would even help me in the first place if you're Amy's boyfriend," Fiona said nicely but a great deal of curiosity laced within her voice.
"It was no problem. Just please don't tell her that I did this or she will be on my case for a very, very long time and that's something that I really don't want right now," Van said with a sigh. "I have to go," Van said before he suddenly took off running.
After the little encounter Fiona had nearly forgotten all about the time. She did notice it a few moments later when the bell rang. "Oh no," Fiona said as she ran through the halls as fast as she could to get to class without being too late.
She stopped before the classroom and then she slowly walked into the door of the classroom and was met by a rather friendly looking teacher. Fiona was also glad to see that it was an Amy free room and hopefully it would stay that way.
"Fiona? Am I right?" asked Herman with a small smile on his face. Unlike Dr. D, he was a young man who appeared to still be in his prime. He had a friendly appearance but she could tell that he could be very serious at times.
"Yes. I'm sorry that I'm late. I just had a little bit of a problem. I promise that it won't happen again," Fiona said apologetically. She hoped that he wasn't too strict of a teacher.
"It's no problem. It's your first day so I'll let you off the hook. I'm you teacher Herman. Also, just make sure that it isn't something that starts to get frequent. Then I might have to punish you for continuously being late for class," said Herman with a smirk. "It's nice to meet you," said Herman holding out hand waiting to Fiona to take it in a handshake.
Fiona shook his hand with a smile on her face. "It's nice to meet you," Fiona said with a smile. "And I do promise it won't be a frequent thing," Fiona said with honesty on her face.
"Please. If you will have a seat we'll be able to get started with our math lesson for the day," said Herman indicating any of the empty seats before he turned around and walked towards the front of the room.
Fiona gladly walked to the nearest open seat and sat down in it. 'I hope the rest of my teachers are as nice as him, and Dr. D,' thought Fiona as she listened to Herman teach.
About an hour later Fiona walked out of the classroom with a smile on her face. "Moonbay was right about him. He does teach a good class," Fiona said as she walked out of the classroom. "Alright, next up is English," Fiona said looking at her schedule. "I will have to hurry in looking for it considering that Moonbay isn't here to help me this time," Fiona said looking around for anything that could help her.
"If you're looking for that classroom it's that way at the very end of the hall," said a man from behind Fiona. He stumbled back a little when she suddenly jumped up into the air. Her movements startled him a bit but he managed to pull himself together quickly and look at the beautiful woman in front of him.
This scared her slightly because of the person's sudden appearance and that he was looking at her schedule over her shoulder. She turned around to see a man with dirty blonde hair and green eyes.
"T-Thank you," Fiona said with a small sigh. She then turned around and started to run, but then she stopped and turned around to ask him his name but he was already walking in the opposite direction. 'I have to remember to ask him later,' thought Fiona before turning around and heading in the direction that he had pointed out for her. It was easy for Fiona to find the class after that and the rest just seemed to move by really quickly.
The lunchroom was packed with many people all wanting to get their food before all the good things were gone and all that was left were things that no one really wanted. Fiona couldn't blame them either because there were definitely some good looking things but then there was some stuff that she felt that she didn't really want to even try. Fiona grabbed what she wanted to eat or what was left in her opinion and walked over to pay for it. "That will be a dollar fifty," said the lunch lady.
Fiona reached into her pockets to get the money when she realized that she didn't have her money. "That's strange. I know that I had it with me earlier," thought Fiona as she felt everywhere in her pocket, yet there was no money there. Then the thought struck her. 'It must have fallen out of my pocket during the little thing with that girl Amy,' she thought to herself sadly thinking that she wasn't going to be able to eat at all today and right now she was very hungry.
Suddenly someone else put money down for her. "Here. Allow me to buy it for you since you don't seem to have the money right now," said a young man that had sandy blonde hair and green eyes. He was the same person that had helped her out earlier.
"Thank you. This is the second time that you have helped me out today. I don't know how I'll be able to repay you at for all of your help," Fiona said with a smile on her face.
"It was no problem at all. It's the rightful thing for a gentleman like me to do. Help out anyone that's in need, plus that and I had extra money so I thought that I would be nice. It's my pleasure to make your acquaintance," said the man nicely while he looked Fiona over. 'She is a very beautiful woman. It would be nice to have a girlfriend like her,' thought Thomas with a smile.
"I forgot to ask you. I tried to ask earlier but you had already left. What is your name? It would be very nice to know who it's that helped me out today and also to learn the names of my classmates," Fiona said nicely.
She put on a smile that he felt that he just couldn't resist. "My name is Thomas, Thomas Richard Shubaltz. What is yours?" Thomas asked putting on a smile as well as he paid for his food as well and then walking out of the lunch line.
"You want to know my name? My name is Fiona, Fiona Alisi Lynette. It's nice to meet you," Fiona said nicely. She seemed to be making a number of friends rather quickly and with strange people.
"I think I heard of you. Amy is telling people to stay away from you," Thomas said not liking what he had heard one bit. "Oh well. It not like a lot of the people really like to listen to her. A lot are afraid of what will happen if they don't though," Thomas said as he shrugged his shoulders.
"Why is that? Why is it that there're people that won't listen to her? Doesn't she threaten people to make them show her respect?" Fiona asked very annoyed by the conversation she had with Amy earlier that day.
"She comes from a rich family and they can basically get anything they want. That's why a lot listen to her. The reason other don't bother listening to her is because she's also a class a bitch," Thomas said with detest in her voice.
"I see. For some reason, it really doesn't surprise me in the least. It's easy to tell what kind of person that she is," Fiona said already knowing most of what he had just said. Fiona then saw Moonbay waving at her. "There's Moonbay I've to go," Fiona said walking off.
"Wait up," yelled Thomas running after her. He caught up quickly and then saw Moonbay. "Hey Moonbay," Thomas said as he took as seat at the table and quickly started on eating his lunch. He seemed really upset with some of the stuff he got.
"So how's it going? Having a good day so far? You know, besides the whole problem that you're currently having with Amy," Moonbay said once Fiona had reached her.
"Alright, I guess. Not much to know yet because it's still pretty early in the day to tell for sure how much fun I'll have," Fiona said sitting down and she immediately started to eat what she had. Fiona then looked over at Moonbay who currently had Fiona's schedule in her hands. "How did you get that?" Fiona asked as she searched through her pockets but they came up blank of her schedule, which means that that was definitely her schedule.
"Ouch. I feel very bad for you," Moonbay said setting down the schedule in front of Fiona. She has a very serious look on her face as if something bad has just happened to Fiona. Moonbay looked at Fiona with sympathy in her eyes and that made Fiona know that something bad has happened.
"Why? Is there something wrong with my schedule?" Fiona asked with a worried look on her face. When Moonbay didn't say anything, Fiona started to get really worried that something was really bad.
"I feel very sorry for you with what you have," Moonbay said whose face expression hadn't changed on bit since she read the schedule. It remained sort of in a scared position. She was scared for her friend.
"Why? Let me see that," Thomas said as he grabbed the schedule. He took one look at it and ended up spitting the food that he ha in his mouth upon his tray of uneaten food.
"I hate to tell you this Fiona, but you have one of the meanest teachers that this school has ever had. Doesn't take any excuse whether it's the truth or not. Not afraid to give out detentions for no reason. The dread teacher, Prozen," Moonbay said shivering at just the name.
Fiona was stopped form asking more questions by the ever annoying voice of Amy as she walked up to their table. "Now look here. It's the freak brigade," came Amy obnoxious voice.
Moonbay let out a loud groan upon hearing the annoying voice. "Go away. I really don't feel like listening to you for two seconds at lunchtime," Moonbay said clearly showing how annoyed she was by this turn of events.
Fiona turned around to see Amy with a bunch of her friends along with Van. Fiona was very curious as to why he just listened to Amy say all of those things when he didn't seem like a very bad guy earlier that day when he helped her pick up her stuff off the floor.
Amy reached down and picked up a little of Fiona food and threw it to the ground. "Hey! I was going to eat that," said an annoyed Fiona looking at the food. 'And I'm very hungry,' thought Fiona when she heard her stomach growl.
"I guess that you won't be eating it then. Unless you're the type of person that will eat food that has been places like on the floor," Amy said with a wicked smirk on her face.
Fiona had to use as much restraint as possible not to attack her right there and beating the living daylights out of her, but she knew that it wouldn't look good for her on her first day.
"I guess you aren't having a good day. I think that that's just so sad," Amy said sarcastically while still having the wicked smirk on her face at the pleasure of annoying Fiona.
"What is it to you? I'm sure that it's something that you don't really give a care about, and just for you to know, my day is going by just fine," Fiona said trying to control her temper.
"Probably don't have any popular friends yet. I mean you have Moonbay and she isn't much. Just a tomboy that's plain annoying," Amy said with a smirk as Moonbay got just as riled up as Fiona had been a few seconds ago. "Then there is Thomas. I'm still trying to figure out how you're related to you're brother. You two are so different. He was so popular and smart and you're a geek with no life of his own," Amy said with a smirk.
Now Moonbay and Thomas were losing their tempers very fast and if there weren't so many teachers around Fiona was sure that they would've been strangling Amy at this very moment. She would've enjoyed helping them too.
"Shut up! Just shut up already!" growled Fiona not wanting to listen to Amy insulting her new friends. She was the most annoying person in the world and Fiona wished that she could do something to make Amy shut up and leave her alone.
"What was that? I couldn't hear you because it all sounded like mumbling to me. Now, what was it you just said?" Amy asked still smirking. She wanted to know just how much Fiona hated her so that she could be prepared.
"I said shut up. You have no right to talk about other people like that, especially when you're just a person that has no feelings for other people's feelings," yelled Fiona causing people all around them to look at the two.
Fiona then had an idea. She looked around and grabbed Thomas's milk from his tray. "Here. Why don't you have a drink and cool down a little," Fiona said as she opened the milk and then dumped the entire thing all over her head making her black hair have many white streaks go through them.
Thomas gawked at Fiona's boldness. Moonbay was laughing her head off and Fiona could tell that Van was trying his best not to laugh. Everyone that was watching had shocked expressions on their faces.
"I don't believe that you did that to me. How dare you do that! You will regret this!" yelled Amy wiping as much milk as she could out of her hair. It only seemed to make it spread instead of wiping it off. She was pissed beyond anything she ever was before and she would not allow Fiona to get away with it.
Fiona had had enough and stormed out of the room not wanting to see anyone at that moment. She was pissed off worse than she had ever been in her life. Moonbay and Thomas didn't follow her because they were too busy laughing at Amy to even bother at that moment. In a way, Fiona was grateful for this.