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TEEN FRIENDSHIP

Once Upon A Time

By Babs IversonPublished 9 days ago β€’ Updated 9 days ago β€’ 1 min read
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TEEN FRIENDSHIP
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Hanging out together, going to the movies, and talking on the phone for hours, is a typical teenage girls' friendship.

During Spring Break, the Teen Friend calls Teen Girl #1.

Teen Girl #1 (kind-hearted) "Hi girlfriend! Oh! On the phone with our favorite radio station. During my last call, was caller 47. You have to be caller 97 to WIN concert tickets to 'DURAN DURNAN'!"

Teen Friend (nefariously) "What's the phone number of the radio station?"

Teen Girl #1 "It's *** **97!"

Teen Friend is caller number 97 and wins. She doesn't share.

Their friendship ends.

Microfiction
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About the Creator

Babs Iverson

Barbara J Iversen, also known as Babs Iverson, lives in Texas and loves her grandkids to the moon and back. After writing one story, she found that writing has many benefits especially during a pandemic and a Texas-size Arctic Blast.

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Very well written. Keep up the good work!

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    Original narrative & well developed characters

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    The story invoked strong personal emotions

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  • The Dani Writer5 days ago

    Way to go with another top story Babs! (Apologies for the delayed congrats.)

  • Fizzah Fatima5 days ago

    https://vocal.media/families/how-to-control-overpopulation

  • K. C. Wexlar6 days ago

    Things break so quickly If you have a moment - here's another story of betrayal https://vocal.media/fiction/my-ai-alibi

  • Caroline Jane7 days ago

    Enjoyed how you approached and crafted this. πŸ‘ Congratulations! πŸ₯°

  • Stage Frame7 days ago

    Great

  • Glammy Girl8 days ago

    Nice ...πŸ’—

  • Lucasssa8 days ago

    Such friendship is really very important.

  • Good one

  • Igba alfred8 days ago

    Good

  • From Anywhere8 days ago

    Amazing Babs and Congrats!

  • Omggg, that was so mean! We can never know whom to trust. Congratulations on your Top Story!

  • Gerald Holmes8 days ago

    Well done Babs. Congrats on the Top Story.

  • well written Congrats! Top Story!!

  • Sajid Ali8 days ago

    I can do

  • Congrats! Top Story!!

  • Congrats! Top Story!!

  • Yup. Teen girls are mean... I mean, I'm admitting that and I'm a teenager!!

  • Maryann 8 days ago

    A teenager, or teen, is someone who is 13 to 19 years old. They can also be described with the term "adolescence". The laws on what teenagers may do varies between countries. Two teens The brain still developing into a person's early or mid-20s. A person becomes a teenager when they become 13 years old. It ends when they become 20 years old. Teenagers who are between 13 and 17 years old are considered both children and teenagers in most countries. Teenagers who are 18 and 19 years old may be regarded as both teenagers and adults. The way the word is used varies. Some societies have rites of passage to mark the change from childhood to adulthood. These ceremonies may be quite elaborate.[1] During puberty, rapid mental and physical development occurs. Adolescence is the name for this transition period from childhood to adulthood. "Teenager" is mainly an English word, as many foreign languages do not include a suffix "teen" in their translations of the numbers 13 to 19. In non-English speaking countries, people between these ages may be called adolescents, youths, young adults, or just children, depending on the culture. The law of each country may set dates when teenagers can do things. So, in the United States, alcoholic drinks are not served to teenagers, and young people on licenced premises (such as bars) need to carry identity cards (ID cards) to verify their age. The life of a teenager seems to change daily. Constantly exposed to new ideas, social situations and people, teenagers work to develop their personalities and interests during this time of great change. Before their teenage years, these adolescents focused on school, play, and gaining approval from

  • Kristen Balyeat8 days ago

    Ahhh, teen friendships. So true to that season of life! Congrats on top story, Babs!

  • That's a nice one

  • Great write up

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