I quickly disconnect with another creep on omegle. “Why did I decide to get on Omegle again?” I mumbled to yourself. When I got no reply I scoffed, “oh that’s right, because I’m alone on a Friday night bored as hell.”
I clicked connect again and the screen lit up with a black and white image of a boy, “it’s Friday night and I’m all a lone!” The boy yelled at his phone.
Laughing, I spoke up, “that’s exactly what I just said.”
The boy looked up at the screen, “oh hi I didn’t know it reconnected.” He looked down on his phone, “I have to go mom I’ll call you later.”
“Mom?” I smirked.
He blushed, “yeah… Don’t judge.”
“I’m not!” I giggled.
He smiled, “you’re the first normal person I talked to on here.”
“I can say the same to you,” i giggled, “what’s your name cutie?”
Again, the boy blushed, “I’m Kian.”
“Hi Kian,” I waved at the camera, “my names y/n.”
It was my turn to blush, “thanks.”
The two of us talked for hours. I really got to know this ‘stranger’ whom no longer felt like a stranger.
His phone rang, “hey y/n, I have to go now. I don’t want to lose touch though.”
I nodded, “I don’t either um…”
He typed on his computer and a number appeared on my screen, “text me.” He said before disconnecting.
Immediately, i plugged in the number into my phone and texted, “hey Kiki it’s y/n.”
My phone buzzed right away, “hello beauty ;)”
two months later
I was on Skype with Kian yet again. The two of us became really close in the past two months and we are always talking. “Y/n?” Kian fixed his snap back.
“Kian,” I replied as you texted away on your phone.
“What do you think of long distance dating?”
Momentarily forgetting about my phone, I asked, “why?”
Kiki shrugged, “just answer the question.”
I thought for a little bit. “I think they are really challenging. They test your trust and love. If you care about the person enough and make it work. They can be the best and strongest relationships.”
Kian the ought of what I had said for a little bit then finally said, “do you think we would make it work?”
“Will you be my girlfriend?”
Smiling, you said, “I thought you’d never ask.”