This is my first and last more-than-one-chapter kind of story. Sorry. Oh well. Of course it's Starfire and Robin paired. Also some others…but those don't last. Promise me.
Okay, this is like A Cinderella Story, you know, that movie. Anyway, this is my Teen Titans version of that movie. You'll find most of the characters that are in show, in this story.
Disclaimer: Go take a hike. Same old same old am I right?
Oh yeah, and this is in Star's point of view. And whenever somebody is addressing her, she'll be Kori. You know, her name…
I walked down the sidewalk racing to the double doors. I already missed first period because my vile stepsisters. They always have to make my life miserable. I wasn't really watching where I was going, so I smashed into some other late kid.
"Uh-sorry…" I drifted off looking at who it was. He was like the king of the school. He was the quarterback on the football team, was the richest kid in the high school, had awesome friends, he was the hottest guy in school, and he was billionaire bachelor, Bruce Wayne's kid. Robin. He simply grabbed his book of the ground, brushed his shoulders off and walked inside. With no "Here I'll help you up", or, "Sorry. I'll get that for you". But of course, from Robin, no-listing girls didn't expect much from him.
Robin, was an A-lister. He had two awesome friends. One everybody called Speedy, and the other was the second hottest and richest guy in school. And his name was Victor Stone, but most people called him Cyborg. Victor had a girlfriend who was captain of the cheerleading squad. People called her either Bumble Bee, or Bee. She had a best friend who was the gothic goddess of the school. She was the richest girl in the school. She was also the last person anyone would think to be popular.
Everybody else also thought she was first in line to be Robin's girlfriend. But all the other no-lister girls hoped that was just a silly rumor that got spread about.
As Raven and Bumble Bee, and their friend's Kitten and Blackfire were cheerleaders and A-listers, I was a nobody. Along with the rest of the school. Only the cheerleaders, jocks, and Raven were A-listers.
Then I had noticed something. I was still sitting on the ground with my books and personal belongings spread around me. I shook my head to pop back into reality. I looked at my watch. I had officially missed my first two periods. Now it was lunchtime. I grabbed my stuff and raced into the school.
Punks, Goths, jocks, stereotypes, cheerleaders, sluts, wanna-be's, preps, and the rest of the nobody's came filing out of the classes and into the hallway. Nearly everybody tripped over me. I was literally a nobody. No one noticed me in school, work, or at home. The only one that noticed me was my best friend in the whole entire world, who I call Aqua Lad. Why? I don't know. That's just what everybody calls him.
"Kori!" I heard somebody call. I turned around on my heel and saw my two stepsisters behind me. They were also A-listers. But only because they were cheerleaders.
"Where's my homework?" One of the two terrible-twin-stepsisters asked me. It was Jamie. The older one. She had her hair in a bun/ponytail with little pieces sticking up in different directions making her look better then ever. I sighed and pulled a science sheet out of my backpack.
"I only had one paper for homework last night?" She sneered. I nodded my head 'yes'. Her twin, named Abby stomped her foot. She was incredibly impatient.
"It better be an A or I'm telling mom and she'll ground you for a month." Jamie snickered. "It is." I replied walking away to my locker. Then the whole gang of the princes, princess, the king, and the queen of the A-listers came walking down the hall. Bee, Speedy, Kitten, Blackfire, Robin, Victor, Raven, and their newest recruit that just moved here from Australia a week ago named Rorek came trotting down the hall telling jokes with each other.
The royalty, Raven and Robin, who were the king and queen, were in the middle. Girls on one side of Raven, and the boys on one side of Robin. They walked to the lunchroom and sat down at their usual table, which was remotely in the middle of the cafeteria. They all brought their lunches. They wouldn't be caught dead eating that nasty, poisonous lunchroom food. I sat down at my usual table and eyed the A-list table enviously watching all the girls.
"I don't know why you're so into them. They don't even notice you." I looked up and saw Aqua Lad sitting down with a try of french fries. I shrugged. I didn't understand it either. Everybody wanted to be an A-lister, but the table was so cram-packed already, that if somebody sneezed, the wanna-be's at the end of the table would fall off.
"I don't either." I replied simply. Aqua Lad saw the sadness in my eyes and quickly changed the subject.
"Well, um, the Halloween dance if coming up. Thinking about going?" He asked. I bit my lip and shrugged. Every year I went with Aqua Lad. I didn't want to date my best friend. I wanted a real date. Aqua Lad thought for a second. I could tell because his mouth was actually shut for once.
"Can I see your phone?" He finally asked. I shrugged and pulled it out of my pocket and handed it to him.
"Thanks Kori." He said. Then he swirled around in the seat and turned his back to me. I raised my eyebrow in curiosity. There were noises from the beeping.
"Who are you text messaging this time?" I asked his suspiciously.
"Nobody." He simply replied. I could tell he was lying by the way he quickly said "Nobody." Minutes later he turned around and watched the screen never taking his eyes off it. There was a small beep.
"Here you go." He said erasing the message and handing the phone back to me.
"What'd you just do?" I asked him placing the Nokia phone back in my pocket.
"I just got you a date with Robin." He whispered.
"Yeah right." I replied.
"I did. But he doesn't know it's you. He thinks it somebody else." Aqua Lad said.
"Who?" I asked.
"You don't wanna know." He retorted as he laid back in the seat. Then Jamie stomped over to me and showed me the homework paper I did for her.
"An F? An F! You got me an F?" She yelled. The whole cafeteria was looking at me. Even Robin. "Just wait until mom finds out about this. You're so busted." She smiled wickedly.
"That's not fair!" She cut me off. I knew I shouldn't have said that. I'm am already toast and on thin ice. I need to relax and not listen to Jamie, Abby, or their mom named Rachel.That night…
"That's not fair. Why do you listen to them?" The waitress at my father's old diner asked me. She was the nicest girl I've ever met. He name was Sarasim. She was twenty-three years old and the sweetest person anyone could ever meet.
"Because. If I don't they'll send me to an orphanage. And you know nobody ever picks teenagers. They pick the little kids." I replied scrubbing the moldy ground.
"It's your life. Not theirs. They shouldn't tell you how to live it." The cook named Garfield said. He was at my school too. He too was a nobody. H died his hair dark green and adored animals so people called him Beast Boy.
"They shouldn't but they do." I replied grimly.
"It's a free country." Sarasim argued.
"In my house, freedom isn't an option." I in formed her. Then I looked at the clock. It was past eight and I still had to do my homework, and Jamie and Abby's.
"You go home honey. We'll take care of your job." Sarasim told me. I looked at her and she smiled and winked. I replied to her in a smile. Then I took off my dirty apron and roller skates, and ran out the door and onto me bike.
"You're late." Rachel said as I walked through the door to get into my house. I let out an "Ugh!" kind of groan.
"I know. I'm sorry." I said. I knew she would do that to me. Make me work later then usual then blow up in face about being late.
"I heard you wanted to go to the dance." She said.
"I do." I replied taking my shoes off and heading towards the stair I was half way up until she spoke again.
"Well, you're not going." Then I stopped short. I turned around and gave her a confused look. She nodded.
"You heard me. My diner isn't going to clean itself." She said. Then she walked out of the living room. I ran to my room and jumped onto my bed I stuffed my head into my pillow and started to scream. It just wasn't fair. I never got anything. I never got to do anything. I had nothing.
I know. Don't worry it get's better I promise. That was just the beginning. I know the way Starfire got Robin to go to the dance with her wasn't exactly the way it happened in the movie, and it was a bit stupid, but I'll manage. And if I can, you can.
Please don't flame me. It was kind of a prologue. In fact, that's what it was.
Please review and soon read next chapter. I'll need at least five to write another. And again, it was only a prolouge.
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