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"No Dating" I feel the strong wind blowing past my face as I'm heading back to the magazine company. Luckily, everything is going fairly well. I head back to my office with a smile. A worker around my age comes up to me and flips her hair to the side. I look at her funny, "What's her problem?", I think. She grabs a chair and sits across from me with her legs crossed,"There is a condition that most people don't follow and end up losing their job", she answers. "How hard could it be?", I ask myself. She peers in closer, "Don't fall in love with no one". "What kind of stupid rule is that?" "They don't want more trouble brewing", the girl tells me. She walks away, leaving me in a frustrated mood. "It could've been a good day". For the rest of the day, my mind kept moving in circles, "How can they ban such a thing?" "I haven't had a boyfriend since elementary school; I thought that we were meant to be until he had to move away". πŸ’•πŸ’™πŸ’œπŸ’˜πŸ’žπŸ’–β€οΈπŸ’•πŸ’™πŸ’ŽπŸ’žπŸ’–β€οΈπŸ’—πŸ’œ It becomes dark, I'm walking out of the most popular food place in the town of Seoul. I know I shouldn't be out alone, but there really is no one that I hangout with", I tell myself. I can hear the vibrations of clubs nearby, "Never been to one before". I walk inside to see a million different color lights. They just happened to play 'BIG BANG's "BANG BANG BANG". All of the people start jumping to the addictive music. I sit down at a table in a booth; everyone seems so in depth with the music that nobody notices me. "Why are you alone?", a male's voice asks. I look up from my phone to see the guy from a couple days ago with worry on his face. "Um, I just felt like it", I reply. He sits down across from me with a drink in his hand. "Is that alcohol?", I ask him concerned. He puts the glass on the table and stares into my eyes, "Does it bother you?", he questions. "No", I blankly stare. He looks towards the dance floor and smiles, "How about a dance?", he offers. My stomach felt sick because of the sight of alcohol in front of me, "I have to go to the bathroom", I tell him. The pain almost becomes unbearable when I walk into a stall. I try not to make much noise. "What's wrong with me?" I start to feel like I'm truly alone, "I need comfort", I whisper, "Hey!? Are you alright?", I hear his voice outside of the bathroom door. "I guess I was louder than I thought". "I'm okay!", I shout back with embarrassment. "I need to escape now!" My stomach is on the verge of exploding, but something tells me that everything will be okay. I listen to see if he's still behind the door before going out. I open the main door to almost running into his muscle-like chest, "I'm sorry!", we both say in unison. "Are you feeling better?", he asks me. I slowly nod, "Why did he care so much?" πŸ’žπŸ’—πŸ’˜πŸ’ŽπŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’™β€οΈπŸ’œπŸ’œβ€οΈπŸ’žπŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’Ž We both walk out of the club; my stomach somehow feeling better. He stops in front of me, "I forgot to tell you something important." "What?" "My name is Suga", he replies. "It's Taella, but Tae for short", I say back. He smiles, "Can I take you home?" I look at the direction of my house, "Sure, but don't get noticed by my parents", I answer back. He laughs, I'm sure they would be delighted to meet me!", Suga shouts while we're walking. I put my hands up in a definite no. "They would kill me!", I say with a scary image in my brain. He stops in front of a motorcycle and hands me a helmet, "This is much faster". I take one good look at the motorcycle, "Who's motorcycle is this?", I ask him. "Mine", he replies frank. My mouth shuts up fast, and I climb on, not talking until I make it home. "Bye", he calls out as I'm walking up the stairs. I don't answer back, "Was it the same person?"
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