T E D D Y It was a warm morning of Saturday and Teddy was on his way to the bleachers to watch some friends play some baseball. He never really used to be interested in watching some men swing bats about, but James was playing today for fun. And Teddy recently found himself living to impress James. James was this unbelievably tall, fit boy with the blackest hair possible, which was always combed to perfection. Plus, he was the only person who ever managed to get Teddy anything but confident. James had the ability to turn Teddy's legs to jelly, sometimes Teddy wondered if James knew that. God, the things Teddy wanted from James was a huge list. But, Teddy was pretty sure James wasn't gay. Hell, he wasn't even sure if he was either, and Bunny didn't help. Teddy lit a cigarette as he walked down the roads, making his way to the pitch. As he thought about it, Bunny only lived a couple of streets down, he should detour to go say hey. On deciding to see his best friend, Teddy switched routes, passing a couple of shops. He swung into one to pick up some flowers, to have a reason to see her. Somehow, it felt like it was out of guilt. Teddy thought Bunny was beautiful, but he didn't see her like he saw James. He had no idea how to handle it. Yellow flowers in his hand, Teddy put out the cigarette and messed with his gelled hair as he knocked on Bunny's door, hoping her parents wouldn't answer. K A T H Y In the pinkest pink she could find, Kathy waltzed down the street. Her hair was freshly bleached and put up, her lips a bold pink. A lot of the older generation gave Kathy disapproving looks, but got a lot more approving ones from boys. But boys attention wasn't what she really went for. Her skirt floated about her legs, showing off her cute heels. What Kathy wanted, was the attention from the cute girl she keeps meeting at the diner. Kathy knew that flirting with females is a dangerous game, but she plays it still. Especially if she thinks shes in on a chance. Well, she had mentioned a boyfriend, but Kathy could see the transparency. She put on her sunglasses as she walked down the road, deciding to drop into the diner anyway to get a breakfast shake. She walked in, taking off her sunglasses as she gazed around the room. She could hear the whispers of disapproval and the obnoxious whistling from some greasers. "Hey doll, could I get a strawberry shake?" Kathy asked, reaching into her purse for some change. As she put the money on the table and began to wait, Kathy spotted the familiar face. Olive. She was such a beautiful young lady, Kathy couldn't help but smile as she walked over to her, "Hello again doll, do you like to live in this diner?" She asked with a grin.