Something that doesn't completely suck…
Summary: Raven is the new kid at school, and she bumps into someone who appears to be a migraine just waiting to happen. But maybe this 'certain person' can convince her that school is something that doesn't completely suck…especially when you got the guy of your dreams by your side. RobRae
Warning: If you don't like this pairing just don't read.
Author's note: Hey guys! This is my first story ever! So please go easy on me! Hehe. Anyways, this was supposed to be a one-shot but I decided to make it chapter by chapter. We wouldn't want a forty seven paged one shot do we:P So…the summary pretty much explains everything. There will be more stuff like parties, projects, prom, and other crazy happenings on future chapters! This chapter may be a bit boring, but it will get better, I swear! Reviews, and constructive criticisms are welcome, flames are accepted but flames about the pairing will be left for a suckish monkey named bob to crap on. So, it's time for the (as usual) pointless disclaimer. Who's the idiot who invented it anyway?
Disclaimer: What kind of moron would think I own the teen titans? Besides, if I did own them, I wouldn't be as broke as some homeless guy who is addicted to the teen titans and lives in a box across the street and performs with a monkey who happens to suck badly at dancing and pleasing people, and end up having pineapples thrown at me because of my suckish monkey named bob, who is the cause of all these pineapple scars across my face and is the main reason for my brokeness because I don't have enough money to purchase a freakin monkey who doesn't happen to be a suckish monkey named bob who will crap on all flames about this pairing! …
To sum it all up: I don't own the Teen titans. I just own my suckish monkey named bob.
Chapter one: The first day of school
The first day of school is rough, and everyone can be pretty harsh. Especially to the new kid.
She got off her bike as she readied herself for a day of pure humiliation.
"You'll get through this raven. Just ignore them. All of…them." Her face changed at the last word as she saw those preps pointing and laughing at her.
Maybe it was her outfit? Maybe her loose jeans and fit black top weren't good enough to look at? Oh my Gosh! She totally had to go back home and dress up in a pink mini skirt and bra so she could look like a total slut in front of everyone!
Yeah, right. She couldn't care less about the way she looked.
This is Raven were talking about, after all.
She tightened her grip on her bag, as if she were nervous.
There's no way in hell she could be nervous. I mean, after transferring from one school to another every single year, she had gotten used to it. But this was just…different.
She walked through the noisy crowd, staring blankly at her feet. She didn't know anyone. She's always been known as the Goth girl of every school she's been in anyway. She was always the 'unapproachable' one. So this time, she was sure that she would earn that reputation again.
Her mind trailed of to god knows where, as she went passed the guys who were currently checking out the hot Goth chick. Her beauty could not be compared to anyone in this school. She had soft purple hair, a fair complexion, amethyst eyes, and a curvaceous body to go with everything else. She was practically like a big juicy piece of meat in the eyes of all these wild men.
"Lookin' good, babe." A man with a deep voice said behind her. She quickly turned to see the idiot she would gladly beat the crap out of.
"Leave me alone." She told him, clearly annoyed at his face.
"Wanna make out?" He talked to her with a lit cigarette in his mouth, the smoke making her cough. She quickly turned her back. 'Calm down Raven…emotions are pointless…absolutely pointless…' She thought to herself.
"I'll take that as a yes." He stood up and walked towards her.
"One more step, and I'll-"
"You'll what? Date me?" Then he took one more step, and his companions laughed behind her.
"Fuck off." She screamed. The giggles stopped at once, and they went silent as all eyes were focused at the two.
He was a bit taken back. Her attitude definitely didn't match her beauty. And with that he retreated. She walked as fast and as far away as she could from that moron.
'Stupid guy. Stupid men. Stupid school. Stupid life…' She just knew that she would hate this school. Her parents just had to make her study here, thinking that it was the school's fault she didn't have more than one friend. "I hope I don't get myself into any more crap today." She told herself, completely forgetting where she was going. Then her thoughts were cut short when she bumped into something hard.
Heh. Guess she spoke too soon.
"Ow." She growled as she fell to the ground.
"I'm sorry…" He apologized, gesturing her to take his hand.
"Here." She gave him her books instead; she stood up and dusted herself off.
"Um, Sorry, I just didn't notice you there, and-"
"Nobody notices me." She smoothed out her crumpled shirt, and stared at the ground which she tried hard to find incredibly interesting at the moment.
"Uh…guess the least I could do is help you with your books!" He held up her books, and grinned at the dark lady.
"No thanks." She reached for the books in his hand but he jerked it away.
"C'mon! You're new here right?"
"Oh, not at all. In fact, I know everyone here, and they're all my friends." She blurted out sarcastically in a faker than fake tone with annoyance written all over her face.
"Hmm…the sarcastic type, huh? We need more girls like you around here."
"Girls like me?" She raised her eyebrow at him, taking offense in what he had just said.
"Yeah, girls as sarcastic and as beautiful as you!" He replied sheepishly.
"Be careful if you don't want to end up missing your left arm." She threatened and started to walk away.
"Aren't you forgetting something?" He asked innocently.
"Give them to me." She demanded, turning around to face him.
"Nope. Only on one condition."
"No." Was her only reply.
"Okay then. Who wants my books!" He screamed to the huge crowd of girls behind them.
"MEEEEE!" They all ran towards him screaming like pink preppy Britney spears clones spawned from the never ending depths of hell.
"Fine." She quickly answered as the girls were getting closer.
"Do you promise?" He asked in a mocking tone.
"Yes." She yelled at him, still managing to keep her monotonous voice.
"Hmmm…let me think…"
"Do you really want us to die like this?"
"I dunno. I don't mind being crushed by a sea of pink stilettos as long as I'm with you." He chuckled at how stupid he sounded.
"Aw, I'm touched." She said again with sarcasm. "Really." She added with her monotone back and a look on her face that said 'I'm-gonna-kill-you-if-you-don't-give-them-to-me-NOW'.
"Okay, fine." He finally gave in. "Sorry! I forgot I needed these books for school! Silly me!" He yelled to the crowd of girls who were now just a foot away from him.
"IT'S OKAY!" They all accepted this as if it were a perfectly logical reason. Heh. Preps don't need brains to live anyway.
"Who are they?" Raven asked.
"My fans!" He grinned at these two words. Yep, he was the most popular guy at school. He's the kind of guy who would drown in love letters every time he opens his locker on Valentine's Day. Didn't she know how lucky she was to be talking to him right now?
"Well, that's a miracle. Who could possibly like an arrogant jerk like you?" She said stoically, crossing her arms across her chest.
"Oh, I dunno…maybe them?" He replied with sarcasm.
"Whatever." Then she started to walk away.
"You're forgetting something again!" He couldn't wait to tell her the condition.
"What?" She asked for the second time, with her back still turned on him.
"Your condition. You have to hang out with me the whole day, and we'll see if you'll still think of me as an arrogant and incredibly handsome jerk!" He gave her a cocky grin, and she just shook her head in frustration.
This boy was really starting to get on her nerves.
She sighed in defeat. "Just don't talk to me and we'll be fine." He just stared at her, amused. Since girls would just throw themselves onto him, he was so used to getting anyone he wanted. But this girl was just plain stubborn.
"Guess we should get going." He flashed her one of his killer smiles that anyone could die for. He was handsome. No, he was gorgeous. He had spiky black hair, deep blue eyes, a good body and one hell of a smile. She couldn't possibly turn down this charming guys offer. I mean, he's the only one who's been nice to her today, so what the hell? One day wouldn't hurt, would it?
"I'm Robin, by the way. Robin Grayson." He introduced himself, trying hard to sound like James bond but desperately failed at it as he took his hand out.
"I'm Raven Roth…" She gently shook his hand, and that one simple touch sent chills up her spine. What the hell did that just mean?
"Hmm…I'm robin; you're raven, two names of a bird, and we're both incredibly good looking. Makes you wonder, doesn't it? He teased and raised both his eyebrows.
"I'm ugly. And have you ever heard of a coincidence?"
'But you're beautiful…' He kept his thoughts to himself and pretended not to hear her first two words. "I was sorta going for destiny…but…anyways, nice to meet you Rae." He smiled.
"Okay…Raven." He emphasized her name jokingly and smiled again. Couldn't he just stop charming her with his smiles?
"So…may I tour you around the school?" He asked.
"Do I have any other choice?" She asked sarcastically.
"Nope." He replied with a silly grin on his face.
"Let's just get this over with…" She shook her head and massaged her temples. This was going to be a long day.
"So what's your first class?" He was carrying her books, and they walked side by side. Catching all the attention of the guys and girls around the halls.
"Awesome! We're in the same class!" He smiled that smile of his again. While faint female whispers could be heard that sounded a lot like 'who is that girl, why is he smiling at her and carrying her books!'
"Oh, what great joy. This is the happiest day of my life." She rolled her eyes at him.
"I'll make sure that it's gonna be, raven." He winked at her at the end of this sentence.
"I have to go to my locker…you…go ahead." She needed to get him off her back. He was really annoying.
"No, no! I'll go with you. What's your locker number?" He just had to insist. She took out a crumpled piece of paper from her pocket and opened it up. "Locker number…66…6?" She stared at the piece of paper.
"Figures." He shrugged and chuckled, leaning against the wall.
"You shut up." She gave out a small laugh and headed to the locker of hell. They walked the halls searching left and right for her locker. They found it near the water fountain next to the principal's office. (Dun dun dun!)
"My locker number is 666 and it's next to the principal's office. And today, I'm stuck with an extremely annoying guy." She glanced at robin, who appeared to be pouting. "This must be my lucky day." She concluded.
She opened up her locker and grabbed her books away from his hands.
"Yeah, you gotta consider yourself lucky being with such an attractive guy like me for the whole day." He fired back egotistically, while he put his hands in his pocket, waiting for her to get her biology books.
"You're the most humble guy I've ever met, you know." She smirked at her sarcastic remark.
"And you're the kindest girl I've ever met in my life." He replied with a grin.
"Yeah, right." And after their small talk, they decided to walk to class before they could get into trouble.
"Would you want me to carry your books?" He asked politely.
"Even if I told you that I wanted to?"
"Even if I said 'please'?"
"Even if I got down on one knee and begged you to let me?" And with that being said, he knelt down before her in front of everyone. I mean, everyone. And everyone watched their every move.
"Wh-what do you think you're doing?" She stared at him incredulously.
"Uhh…Getting down on one knee and begging you to let me carry your books?" He answered with a smile.
"Stand up. You're embarrassing yourself." 'Not to mention me.' She thought to herself quietly. Meanwhile, in front of a locker filled with pink bunny stickers, rainbows, and pictures of Robin. Robin's act caught the full attention of a certain blonde haired girl. Who now appeared to be very, very unhappy.
"What is he doing to her!" She asked, fists clenched, and her face green with envy.
"Umm…kneeling…?" A pink-haired girl replied hesitantly.
"No jinx! I mean, just why is he with her? That-that bitch!-that stupid ugly Robbie-poo stealer! He's supposed to love me!" She began shaking jinx violently.
"Kitten, it's not my fault they're together!" She answered, waving her arms in the air.
"OH! So now they're together! She's just the new kid, nobody likes her! Especially my Robbie-poo!" She managed to scream at her cowering friend through her clenched teeth. And while kitten vented out all her anger on poor little jinx, raven was currently trying to convince robin to stop before he made a fool of himself and her. Not like he already did…
"Fine! Here are my stupid books! Now get up!" She finally yelled, tossing her books in his arms.
"Now that's what I wanted to hear! Good raven!" He yelled idiotically to her.
'I feel a heading coming…' She shook her head again. They walked in silence, with robin occasionally glancing at raven who was ignoring him like he was just some invisible person carrying her books. Maybe he did something wrong? (Hell yeah you did.) Maybe he really did embarrass her. (Yeah, being stared at by everyone with a guy kneeling before you is SO not embarrassing.) He had to make it up to her somehow.
AN: So…how was it? Please tell me what you think! Who knows? Maybe if I get enough reviews, I would actually be inspired to update! More to come next chapter! BB, Star, and Cy will appear on the next chapter, as well as other characters. Sorry for the repetative mention of my suckish monkey named bob! (there it goes again!) Yeah. He doesnt even exist so...yeah...Hope my story was something that doesn't completely suck! Hehehe…I am so lame (dies) So, you guys know what to do…
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