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I want to see the movie." "I can't help you kid." "This is discrimination. As he walked through downtown he reached up and felt his hair. The boarding school he went to had let him grow out his hair as long as he wanted but for graduation they'd made him cut it.
He'd work and save up and then next summer he'd be able to afford to stay somewhere else. When he got to college he was going to find out which major lead to the highest paying career and pick that. Unlike the ticket to the movie he'd wanted to see, he fully intended to cash this one and wasn't going to let anything stop him. His mother was supposed to be in the city staying at her boyfriend's apartment. His mom finished her shower and casually walked naked through the house. When you live in a house as small as this there was no privacy. He really didn't remember what his aunt looked like. I can probably fix it for you if you want." She looked at him skeptically. Don't touch it." Brian got some dinner and eventually got a proper shower. When it got late she went to bed and Brian slept on the sofa.
"I got you a date." They stopped by the apartment briefly to get all the purchases upstairs and then it was back in the taxi and off to the restaurant.
Wait until I take you to a really nice place." They were seated at a table and order an appetizer while they waited for Brian's date to show up.
He'd rather be alive than not so but that event did not make up for how she'd treated him all these years. He won't mind sleeping on the couch." He wanted to tell his mother that he could hear her but she didn't care. Brian would leave and go stay with his mother's sister. "When you show up at college you need good clothes.
He understood why they felt that way but he didn't have to like it. Instead of getting a good night's sleep after riding the bus system for two days to get home, Brian had to take his one suitcase and one briefcase that held everything he owned in the entire world and take a 27 hour train ride overnight half way across the country to another climate to go stay with his aunt because his mother just couldn't be bothered with having her son in the house. And maybe we can take you to get contacts and you can ditch those glasses." "There's nothing wrong with my glasses." "Sure.