I'm Going Crazy.
Krystal Jung sat in the school cafeteria, her best friends, Amber, Luna and Victoria sitting with her. Krystal Jung was the most popular girl in school, often known as the ice princess because of her cold attitude. She's anyone's dream girl. Perfect figure, perfect voice, perfect grades, perfect abs, the top student. Something Krystal really hates is being number two.
"Hey, check out the new girl," nudged Amber. Amber could have easily been mistaken as a boy, if her feminine face hadn't given her away. Amber was the player. She could get all the people she wanted and all it took was small talk and compliments. Amber was the basketball team captain, thus being even more popular with fangirls.
"She's pretty tall, I envy her," said Luna. Luna was the all-round student, she could do pretty much anything. Her strongest point is singing. She had almost half the solo's, the other half being given to Krystal. Luna was the school's vice-president, Victoria being the president, thus giving them, Krystal and Amber the chance to skip class.
"She's gaining so much attention, from everyone," said Victoria. Victoria was your average popular girl, rich, smart and athletic. Victoria was the school president and the president of the dance club. Victoria is dating the Principal's son, Nichkhun.
"Who is she?" asked Krystal as she eyed the girl who was sitting at a table with the school nerd, Jiyoung. The three shrugged. Krystal grabbed the shirt of a girl walking past. "Yah. Who's the new girl?" asked Krystal.
"O-oh, that's Choi Sulli... She's so dreamy... I heard she's really smart, wants to become a graphic designer and rides a vespa."
Krystal let go of the girl's shirt and stood up. "Where are you going?" asked Victoria.
"To introduce myself," smirked Krystal. She walked to the table. Luna, Victoria and Amber just shook their heads, following the younger girl. Krystal stopped at the table. "You must be new."
The brunette looked at Krystal. "That matters to you because?"
Krystal raised an eyebrow. "Would you like to have lunch with us?"
"Nope," shrugged the brunette. "I know popular girls like you. Narcissistic, insensitive and very picky."
Krystal slammed her fist on the table. "Listen here punk, you're starting to get on the wrong side of me."
"Then... Stand on the other side?"
"You are a jerk," growled Krystal. The brunette smiled. She didn't mind being called a jerk or any of those names. Krystal looked at Sulli.
"I'm just giving you advice. Do you have a problem with it?"
"Yes I do."
Sulli smirked and patted Krystal's head before walking away. Krystal crossed her arms and huffed.
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