I DO NOT OWN THE WWE. NOT EVEN MOST OF THE PEOPLE IN THIS STORY. BILLY IS AN EX-BOYFRIEND, MOM AND TOM ARE MY MOTHER AND HER BOYFRIEND. JESSICA AND DEVIN ARE MY FRIENDS IN REAL LIFEā€¦AND I'LL ADD MORE LATER!

I pulled up to my house and noticed people moving in next door. I sat their in my truck, finishing my cigarette. I saw a guy about my age and was instantly intrigued. He had on black baggy bondage pants with chains hanging down, and a white wife-beater. I noticed he had muscles, which was hot. He had blonde hair, which was spiked with red tips. I was in heaven! A hot guy is moving in right next door to me! How lucky am I?

Someone tapped on my window and scared me, so I screamed. I opened my door only to see it was the boy from next door.

"Hey, I didn't mean to scare you, but I was wondering if I could have a cigarette. I'll pay you for one."

"It's cool, here ya go." I said as I handed him one.

"Here's the 50 cents. Thank you so much; I haven't had one in two days."

"Don't worry about it. I know how it feels not to have one for a while. It's a Marlboro 100 though, hope you don't mind."

"I smoke 100's too. So it's all good. Thank god, someone else smokes the same kind as I do. Where I lived before, everyone smoked methanol or shorts."

"That's how it is here, but I love it, cause' whenever I go to a party no one will steal mine." I laughed.

"Yeah." He laughed as well.

He has such a great laugh and smile.

I got out of my truck and grabbed my book bag out of the bed.

"So, who else lives here with you?" I asked trying to make some form of small talk.

"My dad, but he's barley around because of his job. He trusts me though, and so it's all good."

"Oh, cool. I live with my mom and her boyfriend. So how old are you?"

"18, and you?"

"17."

"Cool, want to hang out for awhile?" He asked nervously.

"Sure, let me call my mom though, she'd freak if she called home and I wasn't there."

"Cool, and if she asks, my name's Billy. Just come over when you're done." He smiled and walked inside.

I went into my house and called my mom, I told her about Billy moving in, our conversation, and that he had invited me over. She told me that I could go, (if she said I couldn't, I would have anyway.) and that she appreciated me calling her.

I hung up and walked over to Billy's. I knocked on the door and was instantly greeted.

"Hey, I guess I should tell you my name, since I already know yours. I'm Cassandra, but my friends call me Cassy."

"Cool, come on in."

We went to his room, which was already unpacked.

I looked around and gasped.

He had a big screen TV, and a brand new x-box, Play Station, and a Game-Cube, set up on the floor. On the left side of the TV were rows of DVD's and games. I smiled when I saw RAW VS. SMACKDOWN. There was a computer tucked into the corner, and a mini-fridge by it. His king sized bed was in the middle of the room.

"Wow," was all I could say.

"What?"

"Dude, you have it all! I'd love to have this room!" I said excitedly.

"Most people would. Do you want to play a game?" He asked pointing towards them.

"Sure."

"Well, pick one out." He said smiling.

"Ok," I said as I picked RAW VS. SMACKDOWN.

"So, you're a wrestling fan?"

"Hell yeah! I've been watching wrestling since I was little."

"Same here, except my love for wrestling's probably a little complicated." He laughed.

"What do you mean?"

"Long story, I'll tell you later."

"Oh, ok."

We sat their and played video games until it was time for dinner.

"Hey, thanks for hanging out with me this afternoon." He said as he put the game stations away.

"No problem, you're great company." I smiled at him.

"Well," He said, "You better go eat dinner."

"Yeah, you want to come over and have dinner at my house?" I asked nervously.

"It's ok; I don't want to be rude."

"It's cool, my mom told me to invite you over when I talked to her earlier."

"Well, in that case, I'd love too!" He grinned.

"Cool, but I must warn you, my mom's boyfriend is a total smartass! He loves to crack jokes, so don't be afraid to shoot a comment right back."

"Alright, thanks for the warning."

Dinner went great that night. Mom and Tom got along with Billy extremely well.