Gust"so, Allyssa, what's there to do in this town'a yours?" anna said, laying on her back on the hood of the burning car-a blanket protecting her skin from the festering metal. a old town crier newspaper waving her sweating face.
"abosulutely nothing." i mumbled, holding my hand over my eyes.
"perfect!" she smiled, turning her head and flashing white teeth under pink lips and shining gloss. her sunglasses huge and bulky but cute all the same. she sounded gueninly happy at the fact i lived in a dung hole of a town.
"what?" i giggled, sitting up and looking at anna, the beautiful stranger.
"im so tired of the crazy city, ya know? all 'dem people runnin 'round like chickens without heads on."
"i've lived here my whole life. i dunno how city people act." i scoffed, waving my hand dismisivly.
"ah, well i dunno how country people act. how things work 'round here." she copied me, waving her hand with her stubby black nails.
"well, seems we have a lot to learn from each other." i smiled, looking into her gold eyes.
"it seems we do." she giggled, sliding from the roof of the car, pulling her short skirt down and taking her chopsticks out, her long black hair falling around her shoulders in a mass of black curls.
as if on cue, i took the elastic of my pony tail, pulling it out and shaking my straight blonde hair about my shoulders. she smiled, stepping forward, holding a strand of my hair between her fingers.
"ever been colored doll?" she mumbled-looking closely at the blonde.
"i see." she smiled, dropping the hair. stepping around me in circles.
"ur too hot to be a country girl."
"what?" i looked at her, i could practicly feel the surprise on my face.
"you dont know how gorgeous ya are, do ya?"
"no...yes...no...well..people t-tell me all the time, but i d-d-"
"SHHH! lemme think girl!" she hissed, her golden eyes gleaming over the rim of her sunglasses.
"sorry..." i mumbled, looking down.
"what color is ur hair naturaly"
"k. c'mon!" she cried, grabbing my arm and running off towards the road. i ran with her. no clue where, no clue how far...just running. my vision blurred by her long, black curls