This is based in something I wrote for my Portuguese class.
I decided it to turn to English and do some changes. And English is not my maternal language so sorry for any mistakes.
I hope you like it
It's a one-shot about Monica and Chandler when they were teenagers (she was never fat). And suppose they both lived in Long Island. And I don't own anything.
It was the last day of classes before Christmas's vacation, in Long Island. And they had decided to skip the first classes to meet for breakfast and to exchange presents.
He was waiting for her at the door of their favourite coffee house, Central Perk (it was in New York but it was worth the trip); seeing her walking down the street, he saw love and fear in her eyes.
When they entered, they sat at the table in the corner, without saying a word only talking with their eyes, until he gained courage and said what both of them were thinking.
I wanna see you during the break.
You will see me.
You know what I mean; I wanna be with you, I wanna be us.
You know we can't meet without him knowing, we're lucky that we can meet at all.
I'm his best friend, and I can't understand how protective he can be of you.
I will always be his baby sister. You were there when he kicked Chip's ass for only looking at me
I know but it's hard. I pass all of my time in your house with your brother, and the first thing, I wanna do since I enter the house is to climb the stairs, knock in your door and ask you about your day. I lov…
Don't say it; someday this will have to end. But for now, me too.
And that conversation stopped there, not wanting to say anything that they would regret later; so they talked about simple things. But the only thought in both of their heads were if the future would be kind enough to give them a real shot.
I know it's too short, but I liked it this way.
Don't think Ross as a nerd in High School, in this story, maybe he would be a outsider, that he's kind of cool and mysterious (I really don't know, what you think it's better.)
And I hope that I will update my story, Mondler: The One Where They're Young, this week since my spring vacation start today.
And please review.