Even I got confused when I read it - and I wrote it! - so I've made her words Italics and his words aren't. Enjoy

"I really like this girl but I don't know how to tell her. Can you help me?"

"Roses."

"Roses?"

"Yep Jen loves roses."

"What would you like though?"

"Well ... not flowers – they die. Unless it's a small flower that can be pressed. But even then only one. I would want him to surprise me and do something completely out of the ordinar-"

...

"You just kissed me."

"You said I needed to do something out of the ordinary."

"But you like Jen!"

"Since when?"

"But you always hang around her and you've been calling her a lot lately."

"Because I didn't know how to tell you that I like you."

"Oh"

"Yeah, oh. You're a little oblivious."

"Excuse me!"

"I have liked you for ages! Everyone in the school knows – and not because I told them. You are oblivious."

"I'm not oblivious ... I just don't like gossip."

"I'm not talking about gossip; I'm talking about all the things I've done for you, the way I act around you, to those things you are oblivious."

"I won't kiss you again if you call me that word one more time!"

"You have never kissed me! I kissed yo-"

...

"I have too kissed you."

"Yeah ... to put it mildly ... hey wait does that mean you like me?!"

"No of course not." She rolled her eyes when his face fell, "You idiot! You think I would have kissed you if I didn't like you?!"

"..."

She danced around, "I made him speechless!"

He grabbed her and held her tight against him. "Trust me you have made me speechless many times and I think I can do the same to you." With that he lowered his mouth to hers. And guess what – he was right.

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