Author: Falco276

Chapter 16
Redneck Talk and the Freedom Writers

*Disclaimer: I do not own MFB or KH.

Note: Parts of this written content in this story are not made up by me. That credit goes to Kirameki87. Also for Roxas having 3 brothers and a hard working mother (also including the KH teachers and students in the cast.) are not made up by me. Give that credit to Xyphate (Yes, refer to KH High School Times). The whole idea for KHS to have firebirds as their mascot is actually made up by me. Here is the replacement cast. (This happens after KH High School Times.)*

Last night, I dreamt about playing the game again with my friends, but this time in a bigger mall, even bigger than the Mall of Co:pern:ica. It took place in an Earth location, this time in a place called ‘China’ wherever that is. The first few minutes turned out well with a few teams being found, but then as I was climbing the staircase, it seemed to never end until I fell backwards into endless darkness as it swirled around me. I immediately woke up to the SAME EXACT SONG. Seriously, don't they know any other songs?! Whatever. Anyway, yesterday’s game had now turned into a nightmare as I slowly got out of bed and shook Sora awake, who simply mumbled and refused to get up. Then, I had a better idea.
“OUR NEW CLASS STARTS TODAY! AREN’T YOU EXCITED!!?!?!?” I shouted next to his ear.
Sora sat bolt upright and hesitantly said, “Where?”
I almost wanted to laugh, “Silly Sora, don’t you know that it starts today?”
“Um…” he wasn’t sure on what to say next as he, too, slowly got out bed and got ready. I also did the same.
“Roxas! Sora! It’s time for school!” my mom shouted from downstairs.
“Coming!” Sora called back as he looked over his schedule with a confused look.
“Hey Roxas, do you really know what learning strategies really is?”
I shrugged my shoulders, “Don’t ask me. I actually don’t know. Never heard of it, too.”
“Me neither.” He replied as he stuffed his schedule down in his backpack and, slinging it over his back, he scampered down the stairs in excitement. I calmly joined him at the bottom of the stairs as my mom came over and gave out our breakfast burritos.
“Oh, one more thing.” She halted us before we could open the door to the garage. “You guys are going by bus today alright?”
Sora smiled, “That’s fine.”
The time we arrived at school, me and Sora threw away our wrappers and headed over to the courtyard to hangout with Kairi and her friends.
“Hey guys!” she greeted once we approached her. Namine smiled and waved at me. I smiled back. It was not like we would end up being best friends forever. She was just a friend that I just met her every morning. Anyway, Sora returned the greetings and always talked about a subject that happens every month.
“Kairi!” Sora said happily, “So, ever find another mall we could play Super Hide and Seek?”
Kairi thought about this, “Well, I’m not so sure. Olette messaged me over Tinychat and told me that they’re building a new mall near Bushley called the Dolphin Mall.”
“But somewhat too far to go there.” I reminded her.
“Silly Roxas.” Namine had her courage to speak up. “If we played in the Bushley Mall, then we can challenge the Dolphin Mall too.”
“Eh, you’re right.” I realized, but then I decided to

*So, as I said in the Author’s note earlier, this chapter will stay undone until I find time to officially complete it. This is just the start of redneck talk and the Freedom Writers (OMGS! That movie is so awesome and a must see! Trust me. If you’re lacking in school, this movie will change your life.)

See you until next time!



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