Dating your ex sister

He has every movie known to man and their extended versions. I was right in the middle of watching Heath Ledger explain exactly, 'how [he] got those scars' when I felt the cushions on the couch shuffle slightly.Then I heard a familiar, inviting voice whisper, “Hey, Nick.” I turned my head to look at her.I couldn't place it, but I'd just gotten this really weird, agitating feeling.It was like somewhere on my body, I had an itch, but I didn't know where it was so I couldn't scratch it.“Sorry to interrupt.” Her lips curved into a smile. Then I turned the sound back up and gave my attention back to Christian Bale."I heard the movie from upstairs and I wanted to come watch it with you. Eliza shifted her position so her head was pressed against one of the arm-rests and her legs were bent, lying against the rest of the couch. It wasn't just because Eliza was there, either. Two hours later, I was lying on the most comfortable mattress in the world, my head was resting against a pillow from paradise, and for once in my life, I was actually warm enough; but I still couldn't fall asleep. It usually isn't as much of a problem when I'm at the O' Connor’s as it is when I'm in my own house, but that night it seemed like the insomnia just wasn't going to go away. Ever since my dad was first diagnosed with cancer, I've had trouble sleeping.

Rule number 4: If a girl falls into the following criteria, she is off limits forever until the end of time: A) Was a bro's ex-girlfriend. I grabbed my phone from the table next to my bed so I could figure out what time it was. I felt like I’d just chugged six Red Bulls in a row.Don’t be an a-hole,” can prevent us from wondering, “What if . This sort of stuff happens more than you might think.People often have a bad opinion of pursuing friends’ exes.Eliza was wearing a white, One Direction t-shirt and red, pajama pants that had tiny superheroes on them.Despite it being the middle of the night, her long, blonde hair looked just as smooth and straight as it usually does. “Hey, Eliza,” I lowered the movie's volume so I could hear her talk. Sorry I woke you up though.” “Oh, yeah you're welcome,” she answered me, “No problem. “Glad to hear it,” I told her, resting my head against the cushion behind me.

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