A few days had passed since the members of the Basement had last seen their new teenage wolf friends. Everyone was just sitting around the living room, watching Doctor Who, eating, napping, playing Minecraft, planning elaborate plots to avenge Choco’s honor, the usual.
Nathan looked up from his computer and shook his head slowly. “I don’t understand how people like Kim Kardashian have millions of followers and talented people like @MarinasDiamonds and @LanaDelRey don’t” he said.
“The world is a confusing place,” Emily agreed solemnly.
Then suddenly, without even a knock as a warning, the door of the Yellow House FLEW open, and an enraged Lydia stormed in, with Derek Hale trailing behind her.
“Whoa, Lydia, what’s wrong?” Faith asked. It was clear that something was totally up. The room flooded with tension. Derek looked really bored.
“Yeah, are you okay, Lydia?” Jynn asked with mild concern. She still didn’t like Lydia very much but she didn’t want anything bad to happen to her or anything.
“Oh, don’t pretend like you don’t know, Jynn,” Lydia snarled. She tossed her *~~FabUloUS~~* hair angrily.
“I… honestly have no idea what you’re talking about.”
“Oh yeah?” Lydia screamed. “Then what’s THIS????????????????????????” She pulled a piece of paper out of her pocket and shoved it into Jynn’s hands.
Jacob looked at Derek, who just shrugged.
Jynn unfolded the paper, and looked to see what it said. Everyone else looked on in confusion as Jynn frowned, then suddenly snorted in amusement, then slapped a hand over her mouth to try to cover the noise.
“Um, that’s terrible Lydia, but I didn’t write it,” Jynn said.
“Oh please,” Lydia said, “you don’t like me at all, who else would leave me such an awful note!?”
“What does it say?” asked Jacob. Jynn passed the note to him, and everyone crowded around him to read it.
U R Ugly.
Nathan burst out laughing.
“Don’t laugh!” Lydia cried, grabbing the note back. “It’s so hurtful! I thought better of you, Jynn!”
“No, seriously, it wasn’t me,” Jynn tried to explain, but it was too late. Lydia was already stomping her way out the door.
Everyone stood in silence.
Derek looked around the room, and noticed all eyes were on him.
“Yeah, she found that taped to our front door and made me drive her over here,” he explained.
“…I hope you really didn’t leave that note, Jynn,” Emily said, “because that wasn’t even a good insult.”
Claire turned to glare at Emily.
“Also… bullying is wrong?” Emily said. Claire nodded her approval.
“Right, well, she’s probably waiting outside in the car for me so I’m just gonna go,” he started walking towards the front door, which was still open from when Lydia ran out, when his path was blocked by Abby running through it.
“Oh HI, Derek!!!” she said. “I saw your car in the driveway so I just thought I’d come over and say hi!”
A girl who had followed Abby over cleared her throat from where she still stood in the door.
“Oh right, and that’s my friend Brennah. ANYWAY, Derek, how have you been?”
“Good,” Derek said shortly, then started inching towards the door while trying to maintain as much distance from Abby as he could. Unfortunately, once he got to his destination, Brennah was blocking the way.”
“Hey, Derek, I was just about to go get dinner, want to come?” Brennah asked, fluttering her eyelashes and generally being a brazen hussy.
Abby just glared. “Um, Brennah, I thought we were going to hang out some more. I’m sure Derek is busy anyway, aren’t you, Derek?”
Derek looked between the two very underage teens and just shook his head. “Yeah, I have a lot of things to do. Please move.”
“Well, what about tomorrow? Are you free tomorrow?” Brennah asked.
“I don’t know,” Derek said absentmindedly, looking like he was contemplating how much he would injure her if he just pushed her out of the way.
“I’ll move if you agree to get lunch with me tomorrow,” Brennah said.
“Yeah okay fine whatever.”
“Great! See you tomorrow Derek!” Brennah said, but Derek was already out of the house and at his car by the time she finished the sentence.
Abby was still glaring. “Brennah, can I speak with you in private?” she asked.
“You know what’s really private? Your house!” Rina said, and pushed the two girls out the door before slamming and locking it.
AN: oooooooo so much DRAMA!!!!!! Who left that mean note for Lydia????? That note is actually based on one that my friend found in her locker. She read it and then cried until lunch, when I finally told her I was the one who wrote it as a joke LOL XD