Here I am again!!!! I’m trying with another longfic! It’s not over yet, nor in Italian. It’s a little weird… for now here’s the first chapter as preview
I hope you’ll like it… And AntiWanda’s sentences are written in a bad grammar. It’s almost entirely told in AntiCosmo’s Point Of View, I tried to explain his feelings as good as I could. Sorry for any grammar mistakes. Bye:
NICE TO MEET YA
Advanced Black Magic High School Bad Luck High School. The AntiFairies could learn a lot of subjects there, and how to bring bad luck too: maybe it can seem strange, but its really difficult.
The bus stopped in front of its black and lush gates and all the students on board got out, starting to form groups and to chat.
Lots of groups of boys and girls a time got out of the blue bus; he, elegant and haughty, got out all alone, holding some books under his right arm. Once having put in order his glasses, he raised, while walking towards a bench, not so scant glances and giggles by the girls all around, and then a lot of animated gossip. As usual, he didnt mind and sat on a cold marble bench in the school yard to read one of his books: Bad Luck on the Earth, volume II.
Every first day of school was like that: it was his last year in that school, then he would have gone to the University for Young Geniuses where he would have obtained a degree in everything: law, maths, Latin literature and above all in Misfortunology.
What he didnt know that day was that his usual routine would have been forever unsettled by a sandwich.
While he was reading something wrapped in tinfoil suddenly fell on the book making him jump: he raised his glance frightened and noticed a girl never seen before who was staring at him with an enormous pair of big pink sparkling eyes.
– I sorry am she said. It was difficult to understand what she was saying; besides her horrible accent her big and twisted teeth contributed to add comedy to her a little worried face. She was keeping her arms behind her back, covered by a fluent cascade of soft blue curls long till the waist, and her knees were bended while she was nervously floating up and down. It fell, I didn wanna
The boy looked at her suspiciously but didnt say anything. The girl suddenly smiled, showing her buckteeth even more.
– Mah names Antah-Wandah! she said happily. Do ya know hows it spelled? A-N-T-I – she suddenly stopped confused, then said brightening: – Antah-Wandah!
Again, the AntiFairy boy looked at her like if she was a crazy, but she seemed not to notice it.
– Im sooo hungry I would eat you all at once! But don worry she quickly added. I was jokin! I don eat other Antah-Fairies!
She laughed, a stupid and joyful laugh. The AntiFairy boy she was talking with couldnt see anything to laugh at in it.
– Okaaay – she continued smiling like she wasnt noticing his conversation partners reactions. Now ya know at me who do are ya?
The AntiFairy boy handed her her sandwich: he wasnt a person who easily established a relationship with someone; however he didnt see why to establish one right with that dimwit.
– My name is AntiCosmo he said icily, with a marked British accent. With his surprise the AntiFairy girl laughed without taking her sandwich.
– Wow, ya speak in a veeery strange way! she laughed happily. AntiCosmo could tell the same thing about her, but he just looked at her icily and handed her her sandwich more insistently.
– Here is your sandwich he said. She finally took it.
– Thanks! Im so hungry I would eat the whole bench all in once by myself! But you dont worry she added quickly. I dont digest marble at all!
And she laughed again at her own quip. AntiCosmo looked at her in a very bad way.
– So eat your sandwich and let me study
– What? What do you study? she asked curiously looking at his book. AntiCosmo, who wasnt a particularly talkative person, showed her the title of the book. AntiWanda looked amazed.
– Woow! So whats it then?? she asked bending her head to the right. AntiCosmo started to lose his patience.
– Make a pleasure to yourself, and to me too, and read!
– I cant not read, no no! she said serenely. AntiCosmo got annoyed.
– So good bye!
And then he sat down again and sank again into the reading but after a few he started to feel observed; he raised his glance and jumped again risking to fall off the bench: AntiWanda was very close to his face and was scanning him attentively.
– Ah! What are you doing?! he asked, his voice suddenly shrill.
– I just wanted see whatcha doin! she said happily. AntiCosmo settled his glasses on his nose in order to see her in a good way and to dart a glance full of grudge at her.
– I told you to leave me alone!
– No ya didn! she objected calmly. AntiCosmo took his books and floated as far as another bench at the opposite side; he sat quietly and started to read again wrapped by the reading.
– So? AntiCosmo jumped once again: AntiWanda was sitting beside him now, always with that stupid happy face. The boy shut the book angrily and looked at the AntiFairy girl.
– What do you want now?
– I wanna know whatcha doin now that were friends I can have permission to ask to you!
– I am NOT your friend! AntiCosmo replied rudely leaving AntiWanda a little unsettled. So now make your own business and go away, leave me alone with my book!
AntiWanda stayed there, a little offended by those words, but she finally went away quietly with no more words.
– Oh, finally! AntiCosmo said opening his book again; but right in that moment the bell rang. With an annoyed snort AntiCosmo closed the book and started to float towards the enormous scholastic marble building.