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Betty #172

Betty #172

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by George Gladir

"The Green Scene," "Idiomatic Expression," "A Friend Indeed," and "Let Them Eat Cake"


"The Green Scene," "Idiomatic Expression," "A Friend Indeed," and "Let Them Eat Cake"

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Archie Comic Publications, Inc.
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Betty , #172
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
(Pt.2) Today out first class was understanding human nature. My professer, Professer Darlin, wanted an example of human nature. I raised my hand, and he called on me. "Human nature. When a child gets hurt, it is in their nature to cry." The rest of the class was a breeze. We had one two page essay to turn in on Monday on human nature, and that was it. That afternoon, at lunch, I tripped over a guy's shoe, that was stuck in the middle of the isle. "Hey, watch-" I never finished my sentence. In front off me, was a boy, who looked just like Archie, but a whole lot cooler. "Sorry, miss. Are you ok?" All I could manage was, "I'm...uh..fine.'' He still seemed worried. "How 'bout dinner tonight? Meet me at the front of the girls dorm." "Its a date!" I said back. That night, we went out to 'La Paris'. The food was amazing! After that, we just talked and laughed, and chatted. Then we relized, we didn't know each others names! "Sorry, miss. I'm Andrew Hunter. Who are you? "I'm Elizabeth Cooper, but everyone calls me Betty." I said. "Well, would you like to go biking with me on Saturday, Betty?" ''Sure!" "Oh, and one more thing..." Andrew said. Then he leaned over and... Next book.