So many of our stories revolve around alcohol . . . SMDH . . .hence the title of the series . . . .
In our continuing saga, one time, Sis 2 and I took the fan bus to our sister, small town (the same one from the previous post) for a basketball game. Back then, we liked to drink Little Kings. In case you don't know what these are, they are small bottles of English Ale that fit great in our purses or boot tops. So, we loaded up our bags and headed to the game. While there, we went in the bathroom and started passing the drinks around. Wouldn't you know it? Some nosy ass adult came in and told on us. The next thing we know, the authorities are telling us that we better come out right now. So we did, but they didn't search us. Whew! But, they said when we get back to school, they will search our persons and our bags. Yikes! Frantically, we are trying to figure out what to do. After all, we still have several bottles left and we don't want to dispose of them--that could get us busted too. So, we ask my ex-boyfriend, who was older (let's call him TD) to take our bags back and we'll meet him later. He refused, saying he doesn't want to get busted, because he is now over 21. Panic time . .. What to do? Our savior came in the form of one of our friend's dads. He took our bags back and met us off of school grounds and gave them back. That was pretty cool, right? (Note--he would have killed his own daughter for doing this.) Looking back now, as a parent, probably not so cool.
We thought we got away with it all, but on Monday morning, we got called into the Dean's office. He tried to get us to get us to crack (he got one girl to give us up by threatening her with expulsion), but remember, I had been through some shit before, so I knew all his tactics. Sis 2 and I planned all weekend so he couldn't do anything to us. The worst he was able to do was keep us from going on the fan bus to away games. Since he had no proof, my dad got pissed about that and gave me gas money to drive to the games. Way to go, Pops!
And I wonder why my child acts out? SMDH!
Until next time, keep it #sassyandsarcastic . . . .