TMG: It's been forever! So...heh. I'm re-writing these first few chapters thanks to the person who told me that the grammar was bad. (Thank you btw, no sarcasm intended) I felt like my writing has improved over the years(because I became more of a perfectionist skskksk), and I can't wait to share it with you all! I got my schedule together, and I am ready to write! For those of you who told me to take my time, thank you or else this book would end up being crap XD


Sunday, August 28, 2016.

This was it.

The place that Marinette was stressing about, the place where she would be spending the next 4 to 7 years at. She stood there adjusting the strap of one of her guitars around her shoulder ash she admired the campus. FIU, one of the best colleges in Miami. It was beautiful. The sound of her mother calling her name broke her out of her thoughts.

"Did you say something mama?" Marinette said, turning to where her mother was standing in front of her own car. She moved out of the way so the movers could bring in her music and design equipment to her dorm. Her mother said that she should pack light, but Mari decided to take ninety-five percent of her entire bedroom.

"I said, do you have all of your bags?" Her mother said. Marinette looked at the checklist she had made beforehand to make sure that she had everything.

"Yep! Everything's here!" Marinette replied as she put her hands on her hips. Her mother sighed, a sad smile on her face.

"Look at my little girl, All grown up! I'm really going to miss you!" Her mother sobbed dramatically, gaining some attention from the people walking around on campus. Some were laughing and pointing, and others scoffed and rolled their eyes.

"Yes, mom, I'll miss you too. But please let go, some people are starting to stare." Marinette grumbles, obviously embarrassed. Her mother pulled away from the hug, wiping her eyes.

"Flordia International University," Sabine sighed, "I remember when I met your father here. We used to watch the stars, go on picnics, and occasionally-"

"EW! I don't want to hear about your erotic events from your college years." Marinette whined, covering her ears. Sabine chuckled at her daughter's embarrassment then headed to her car but not without one final hug.

"Make sure to call me every night," Sabine told her as she got into her car. She was really going to miss her baby.

"Mom..." Marinette groaned, afraid that her mother would cause another scene.

"Okay, every week?"

"Mama."

"Alright I'll let you be, but make sure to use protection! I'll tell your father that you love him!" Her mother said before pulling off, Marinette bowed her head as she heard the small chuckles from a group of boys who were about six feet away from her.

"Great, they saw everything," Marinette grumbles as her year was coming to a bad start. Now, she would be known as 'the girl who needed condoms' She gathered her 2 suitcases that were still by her sides then went to her dormitory building.

634...

635...

637...

"Ah! Here it is! 63..." She opened the door to her new dorm room, only to see something-or rather, someone. "Eight."

There she saw a guy with platinum blond hair that draped over his eyes, giving him a somewhat intimidating aura. Lounging on a black couch, the boy wore a red flannel with a white t-shirt underneath that was pushed up a bit by his green and black electric guitar he was currently using; revealing a small bit of his toned stomach. He wore dark blue ripped jeans with red and white Converse high-tops. Marinette was lost in thought to the point where she hadn't realized the male's gaze was on her.

He pushed his hair out of his face to reveal round doe eyes, his eye color a soft forest green. He's cute, Mari thought to herself. He stood up and walked over to her, making her breath hitch in her throat.

"You must be Marinette. I'm Adrien, your new roommate, " He said, holding out his hand to shake. She returned the friendly gesture, confused as to why he already knew her.

"Nice to meet you," Marinette replied. "how did you..."

"Our RA told me. I asked him for your name while a bunch of movers bombarded the place." He said with a chuckle.

"O-Oh, sorry about that. I guess the thought of having a roommate slipped my mind because-" Marinette stopped herself before she could ramble on. "I'm rambling, sorry."

He waved it off with a grin. "No worries, it's cool." Then he looked over at her luggage and boxed that surrounded them.

"Do you need help with your luggage? Looks like you've got a lot." Adrien offered. He hoped that he wasn't going to have to deal with another...her.

"Ah, you don't have to. It's not that much really, just some clothes and music equipment." Adrien shrugged and picked up a couple of boxes, one labeled 'guitar pics' and the other labeled 'amplifier'

"Since it's music equipment, I think I should help you. You're very small and I don't think either of us wants to see you get hurt." He said. "I'll let you get first to pick on rooms." He said, standing in between the two bedrooms. "Left or right?" He asked, nudging the boxes in the two directions.

"Oh, I-It really doesn't matter-"

"Left...Or...right." He repeated, his voice more monotone.

"Seriously, its-"

"Dude." He cut her off. "Left. Or. Right? It's that simple." He said.

"Ummm..."

"¿izquierda o derecho?" (Left or right) He let out a grin when she released a giggle at his sudden change of language. "My arms are getting tired~" he lied.

"Fine, left." Adrien let out an exaggerated sigh of relief.

"¡Finalmente! ¡La chica ha hablado!" (Finally! The female has spoken!)He said as he put the boxes into the room to his right. She scoffed as she heard him mumble something about her being a goblin.

"Are you making fun of my height?" She said. She then heard a snicker as he walked over to grab her keyboard.

"Maybe."

'Maybe this won't be a bad 4 years after all'


"Holy shit why is your bra so big."

"Hey!" Marinette exclaimed, snatching the bra from her snickering roommate. "It's rude to-"

"What the hell Chica, you absolutely no lace bras whatsoever. How do you expect to get laid in...these?" Adrien said as he held out a few more of her bras. "These bras look like the same bras my tía wore when she was breastfeeding-"

"Okay! I get it, I don't have any sexy bras! No need to try to make me feel bad about it." Marinette huffed as she watches Adrien toss her bras back in the box with a disappointed scoff.

"No you should feel bad, this is just sad," Adrien said as he stood up from his place on Marinette's floor. "A pretty girl like you should not be wearing things like this, especially at your age."

Marinette would have blushed more at the sudden compliment if her face wasn't already red with embarrassment. Adrien turned his head to the bluenette, flashing her a grin.

"What?" Marinette asked as the blonde shifted so his whole body was facing her.

"Disregarding the fact that we will be going to Lingerie store tomorrow after orientation since I'm going to be stuck living with you for the next four or more years," He chuckled when Mari faked an offended look along with an exasperated 'well then'. "I think we should at least get to know each other," Adrien said as he dragged Marinette out of the room then pushed her on the couch before heading into the kitchen.

"Wait, what about unpacking-"

"That can wait. Okay, I have a feeling that this will take a while so beer or wine?" Adrien said as he came out of the kitchen with both a case of beers and a bottle of red wine.

"Eh, the wine feels like an occasion where we whine about our shitty weeks," Marinette answered with a shrug.

"Smart choice." Adrien replied as he walked back into the kitchen to put the bottle of wine back. He re-entered the living room, plopping down on the couch beside her. He sat the case of beer on the table and handed her a can of beer.

"So, where are ya from?"