Okay lol, so if you couldn't tell from my title, I decided to write a little story based on the very funny move "John Tucker Must Die". Edward and Bella, of course, are both OOC, but I tried to make their original Twilight personalities as close as possible to these new character's. Edward will be a little obnoxious at first, but in time you'll learn to see why and more of the Edward we all love will shine through. I basically wrote this fic for 3 reasons:
1) I was tired of everyone making Edward leave Bella and Bella crawling back to him.
2) I loved the movie and thought it would be interesting for Edward and Bella.
3) I wanted to write something fun and simple for readers to enjoy lol.
If you're going to flame me on how Bella and Edward treat each other through out the story - don't bother, because I don't care. I will listen to your opinion if it is stated in a dignified manner, but if you're rude and you just say how stupid it is or how much you hate it, I don't wanna' hear it. Just don't read it anymore. Thanks!
DISCLAIMER: I do not own Twilight - that is property of Stephenie Meyer. I do not own John Tucker Must Die - that is property of whatever studio holds its rights. I do however, own this nifty little combination lol.
I was sitting in the ugly, monotone cafeteria of Forks High. I had been the new girl for a while, but not anymore that the Cullens were here. I was surprised by the amount of desolation they received by the townspeople of Forks; I had been treated most graciously. I still to this day get offers to sit with people, but I always politely decline.
Over this past week that the Cullens had been here, I tried to research what they were, because I was ninety nice point nine percent sure they weren't human. My own personally theory was that they were vampires, but I would never get the chance to test that theory.
I had always been pale and slender, yet soft, with long brown hair and chocolate colored eyes. I wore back framed, nondescript glasses, and I hardly ever wore make up. In Phoenix I was treated like a geek, but here the boys seemed to find an attraction to me. Except the Cullens.
The brawny one and the blonde one were already taken, but the bronze haired one, the most beautiful, was free. I heard that he was a major 'player', though I've never seen him flirt with any girl in this highschool. I tried to talk to him when I sat by him in biology, but he always ignored me like I wasn't there.
If I hadn't been so used to being ignored I might've gotten my feelings hurt.
I was actually excited today though. I purposely got to lunch and bought my food early. I was pretending to read a book, like I always do, while I secretly scanned the cafeteria. There were supposed to be three new girls coming today, and I heard they were unjustly beautiful. Truth be told, I wanted to see if Edward really was a player.
I had no idea where my fascination with him came from, though I really stopped wondering after about a day. There was something about his mysterious, sexy face, his perfectly smooth and angular jaw, that really drew me in. Secretly, I thought he reminded me of the men I read about in my countless collections of romance novels, and I was curious to see if he acted like them, too.
I seriously doubted it; I had learned the hard way that the dream men in my numerous romance novels were merely that, dreams. Still, I knew with a face and body like that, personality wouldn't matter very much. Oh my God, I am so shallow.
Suddenly the cafeteria doors open and the three new girls stepped in. A very strategically placed ray of sunlight illuminated them from behind, making them look even more like models. Everyone was gawking at them, except the Cullens.
The Cullens' reaction actually caught me off guard. They all looked very annoyed, except for Edward, who looked a bit smug. I was really excited to start my observations and see if Edward really was a player or if he would just give these girls the cold shoulder, even though I knew he wouldn't.
They all sat down at a table together, not buying anything. They all started to whisper to each other, every once in a while breaking out into fits of giggles. Everyone was still watching them.
As the bell signifying the beginning of class rang, I got up, clutching my bag, my book, and my tray and made my way to the trash. Around half way there I lost my grip and dropped my stuff. I scowled at the floor.
The three new girls walked up from behind me and carefully maneuvered around my mess, giggling. They were whispering to each other and pointing. I was too stunned by their unnatural beauty to be embarrassed. They had to be vampires like the Cullens!
I was lost in thought until the cafeteria janitor yelled at me to get a move on and clean up my mess.
I hastily cleaned it up and picked up my book and my bags and made my way to biology. I walked in a minute before class started and immediately noticed that two of the girls were in my class. One of them was sitting in my seat next to Edward.
They seemed to be talking, though it was very low and fast. Edward had a smug grin on his perfect face, but the girl looked annoyed. I hesitantly walked up to her.
"Umm, that's sort of my seat," I said timidly.
She and Edward both gave me looks that said "yeah? So?".
"But you can have it," I continued shyly, and slowly I made my way to the only other empty seat, next to a very large, sweaty kid.
All through class I kept my eyes on the girl and Edward, she seemed to grow more annoyed as the seconds ticked by, and he grew more smug. I hardly noticed when the teacher called out for project presentations.
"Ms. Swan?" Mr. Banner asked, slightly annoyed.
"Oh! Yes, sorry," I said with a sheepish smile.
I grabbed my small mitosis model and made my way to the front of the class. I caught my foot on the table Edward and the girl were sharing and tripped, barely managing to keep my grasp on my project.
I heard several snickers throughout the room.
I slowly turned my head to the girl with a big, nervous smile plastered on my face. She and Edward looked like they were about to burst out into hysterical laughter, and when they saw my face they couldn't resist snickering slightly.
"Uh, sorry, for umm, you know, tripping on your desk table thing. I didn't mean to, I swear," I rambled mindlessly, their beauty stunning me.
I made my way up to the front of the room very carefully and slowly to begin presenting my project, something I had been dreading for weeks.
"Okay, well this is umm my project of mi-mi-mitosis," I stuttered, extremely nervous. "If you can see it starts out as a ball thing, and then umm it is umm two balls kind of like umm hanging there," I continued, stuttering occasionally.
I broke out into a light sweat when people started snickering at what I said.
"And that is all," I squeaked, placing the project on Mr. Banner's desk, and hurriedly running back to my desk. I tripped half way there and flew a couple of feet before landing on my butt near my seat.
By now even Mr. Banner looked on the verge of snickering. I sat in my seat, extremely embarrassed.
When the bell rang I let out a sigh of relief. I slowly packed my bag, letting the room clear out, so that if I tripped on my way out no one would see.
"Hello," said a musical voice from in front of my desk.
I let out a small, shrill squeak, jumping around a foot off of my seat. I looked up angrily to see who scared me, and I saw the two beautiful new girls.
"Ca-can I help you?" I asked timidly.
"Bella Swan, right?" asked the girl leaning on my desk.
She was very tan for a vampire (or at least what I thought vampires were supposed to look like), with topaz eyes, mocha colored hair, and big vivacious lips. She wasn't bone skinny, but definitely not fat. She had curves in all the right places, big breasts and a large butt. Over all, a very voluptuous figure.
"Yes, that's me," I said with a small smile.
"My name is Tina, and this is Bev," she said, indicating a skinny blonde to her left.
"Hi, it's a pleasure to meet you," she said kindly, offering her hand.
She was tall and skinny, very pale, with long golden blonde hair. She also had topaz eyes.
"Hi," I said shyly, shaking her hand.
"You don't mind skipping the rest of the day, do you?" Tina asked nonchalantly.
I was about to say 'yes, I would', but now might be the only opportunity I would ever get to find out what they really were.
"No, of course not," I said, quickly stuffing all of my stuff into my bag and slinging it over my shoulder.
"Follow us," Bev said with a smile.
Outside of the door a red head girl was waiting. Her hair went a little past her shoulders, and she was very pale. She had the same eye color as the others, was of medium build, average height, and yet also, stunningly beautiful.
"I'm Vicky," she said with a smile.
They lead me to a beautiful red convertible car that said 'Viper' on it.
"We'll all have to squeeze into the front, I hope you don't mind, Bella," Bev said kindly.
"No, of course not," I said, returning from putting my bag in my truck.
"Well have you home by dinner time, we promise," said Tina with a mocking wink.
I could only smile nervously at her.
"Don't be nervous," Bev cooed.
"Yeah, we don't bite," Vicky, said, and with that they all threw their heads back and laughed.
I could only giggle nervously.
If my hunch was correct, I would be riding to some place I don't know in a sports car full of vampires. Surprisingly, I wasn't scared. Mostly I was just nervous.
And from the manic glint in all of their topaz eyes, I could tell I had every right to be.
I hope you liked it lol - sorry for the uber long A/N at the top!