EN101FINALRD - "Excuse me do you know who I am Those were...

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"Excuse me, do you know who I am?" Those were the first words that came out of Grace Troy’s snobby mouth when she ran into the new girl, Abby Wilson. Grace is the most popular girl in New Providence High School, she is the leader of the admired “clique”. Unfortunately it was Abby’s first day she didn't know any one. Nothing is worse than transferring to a new school in the middle of the school year. Abby’s day only continued to get worse especially when lunchtime came around. It took Abby a little while to find lunchroom so by the time she got there all of the “edible” food was gone. Therefore, Abby was stuck grabbing the cold grilled cheese sandwich and expired chocolate milk. She didn't really seem to mind the grilled cheese but there was no way that she was drinking the milk. However, that was the least of Abby’s worries, her biggest concern was that she had no place to sit. Grace walked up to her and invited her to sit with her and her friend Beth. Abby felt uncomfortable and knew they probably only invited her to sit with them so they could make fun of her. However, since Grace was the most popular girl in the school she couldn't resist. Abby placed her lunch down on the table and introduced herself.
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