Overdue : THE FINALE -Jack Gilinsky Imagine-

Overdue PART 24 -Jack Gilinsky Imagine-

✨This story started as an adaptation of what you all were feeling when I read some of your rants about Jadison. Never in a million years did I think I’d continue it…but I did and I created this lol. Thank you all so much for reading and loving my ideas. It feels great when you put something out there and it inspires people to write great things as well, and have people look up to you for it. This story teaches a lesson about Karma and Toxicity. How doing good people wrong will only come back to bite you 1000x worse and you can’t always have your cake and eat it too. How you can and should accept millions of apologies but you shouldn’t give out millions of chances. You only live this life once…don’t spend it on repeat…🕛✨

“Hey Sam I just left the bridal shop.”

“Okay babygirl call me when you get home so I know you made it safe.”

“Oh my god Sam you sound like my father! Don’t worry I’ll be fine!”

“Hey! I just want to make sure you’re okay and stress free. Everything is working out fine and I just want you to relax.”

“You care way to much!”

“That’s a good thing!”

“But like why are you so obsessed with me?”

“Shut up! I got to get back recording babygirl I love you.”

“I love you too Sammy,” I said and hung up the phone driving down the same highway. The window was blowing through my hair as I just coasted through. It had been two months since Justin proposed and I was getting married tomorrow. Everything was exactly how I wanted it and there was no problems.

My phone beeped and I looked to see who it was before smiling. This was it. I had lived my dreams and done so many good things and met so many great people. I became what I set out to be and I gained what I lost back.

I looked down the road and it brought tears to my eyes. This road had so many memories and it was going to gain this one. I had grown up and I was ready for the next step.

“I’m ready,” I whispered while leaning back and happy tears fell from my eyes.

I’m in love.

Fans Favourite Photo Of You Both- Omaha Squad

Nate Maloley

Sam Wilkinson

Jack Johnson

Jack Gilinsky

New Girl // Hayes Grier

Hey guys! Here is another imagine yay!! I really like this one, I tried to make it longer and adorable. Did you guys see the new Dolan twin video? It was so 😍😍😍 anyway, enjoy😘

First day at my new school and I was beyond nervous. I had moved here really recently, and I was starting at a new school. Somewhere that everyone already knows each other. I’m going to be the outsider, the loser, the one everyone laughs at and has no friends. I sighed as I approached the large building and pulled open the door, walking in. I walked to the front desk and the principal showed me my locker and handed me my schedule and everything else I would need. I thanked her and she walked off, leaving me alone in a crowded hallway. I placed all my things in my locker and soon enough it was time for home room. I grabbed my books and walked to class, keeping my head down to avoid any attention being placed on me. I walked into the class and the teacher introduced herself, talking to me for a while before I took my seat.
“Alright guys, announcements,” she said as she walked from her desk to the front of the class.
“Football practice after school, cheerleading tryouts after school, bake sale for charity on Thursday, and that’s it,” she smiled. I always loved cheerleading, I wanted to try out, but I wasn’t sure if it was a good idea. I mean, nobody knows me, and what if the girls make fun of me? Whatever, I’ll decided later. I made my way through the long day of hell, I mean school, and eventually made my way back to my locker. Screw it, I’m trying out for cheer. I grabbed the clothes I had for gym and went to the locker room to change. I opened the doors to the football field and walked to where all the cheerleaders were getting ready to try out.
“What’s your name?” a girl with a clipboard asked.
“Y/N Y/L/N,” I said shyly.
“Oh, you’re the new girl?” she asked.
“Yeah that’s me,” I giggled lightly.
“Welcome to our school, and town,” she grinned.
“Thank you,” I said with a warm smile.
“So, Y/N, how about you start us off?” she asked.
“Uhm, okay,” I said shyly. I walked in front of her and closed my eyes, taking a deep breath before I began doing a cheer routine I had learnt with my cheer team back home. I finished and she smiled at me.
“That was awesome,” she smiled.
“Thank you,” I nodded as I went and sat on the bleachers. After all the girls took their turn and the tryouts were finished, we gathered into s circle.
“Alright girls, good job today, the team will be posted some time next week,” the girl said. Everyone nodded and soon enough I could go home. I fumbled with my bag and I grabbed my phone. I felt a tap on my shoulder and I spun around to see someone I’ve never seen before. A boy about my age, with dark brown hair, beautiful crystal blue yes and a warm smile.
“Uhm, hi,” I said awkwardly, not really sure why he was talking to me. He was wearing a football jersey, so I assume he just came from the field.
“You’re Y/N right, the new girl?” he asked.
“Yeah that’s me,” I sighed.
“I’m Hayes,” he smiled.
“Nice to meet you,” I smiled.
“I saw you cheering before, you’re definitely gonna make the team,” he smirked.
“I don’t know about that,” I said quietly.
“Don’t doubt yourself, you did awesome,” he grinned.
“Well thank you,” I said as a smile formed on my lips.
“So, since you’re new to this place, how about I show you around all the good spots?” he asked.
“Right now?” I asked. He nodded.
“I don’t know you, what if you kill me?” I asked.
“You’re right, I’m some murderer who’s out to kill shy but very beautiful girls,” he said. I blushed but turned away so that he couldn’t see me.
“So what do you say?” he asked.
“Sure,” I smiled.
“Let’s just go get changed obviously,” he laughed. I nodded as I grabbed my bag and we walked back into the gym and then to the separate locker rooms. We met up after we got changed and he smiled at me again, making my heart flutter.
“Are you ready for an adventure?” he asked enthusiastically.
“Always,” I grinned as I held my fist in the air. He began skipping and I followed next to him and soon enough we were outside, walking around this unknown place, with an unknown boy.
We walked around for a while and eventually stopped for ice cream.
“This place is awesome,” he said as we walked in. I reached for my wallet and he grabbed my arm.
“Please, I’m paying,” he said.
“No Hayes I can do it,” I insisted.
“Nope, that wouldn’t make me a very good gentleman,” he said as he out my wallet back and gently zipped it back up. We ordered and then sat outside at a table.
“Do you wanna come to my house?” he asked.
“Wow now you’re inviting me over?” I asked as I raised my eyebrow.
“I can teach you the ways of our school you can meet my family and then we can watch a movie or something,” he smiled.
“I would like that,” I smiled. We made our way back to his house, and I realized that it was extremely close to where I lived.
“I literally live on the street behind you,” I chuckled.
“Really?” he asked.
“Yep,” I said.
“Awesome, now we can see each other all the time,” he smirked as he opened the door to his house. I saw a boy run down the stairs with longer hair and the same blue eyes as Hayes.
“Nash, this is Y/N, she’s new in town, Y/N, my brother Nash,” he introduced.
“Hi,” I smiled as I waved.
“Welcome to our homeland,” he smiled as he bowed. I did the same, receiving a laugh from both him and Hayes.
“Hayes who’s this?” I heard a voice form the kitchen ask.
“Mom, this is Y/N, she’s new at my school and just moved here,” he said.
“Welcome sweetie, you can come here any time,” she smiled as she pulled me into a hug.
“Thank you,” I smiled.
“Okay we’re gonna go to my room now, bye!” Hayes exclaimed as he walked away, and I followed him. He opened the door to his room and I stood there awkwardly, not sure what to do.
“Come sit, silly,” he smiled. I laughed and out my bag in the floor as I plopped down next to him.
“Your family is awesome,” I said.
“Yeah, sometimes,” he laughed.
“So, how are you liking our school?” he asked.
“It’s fine, I mean, I haven’t talked to anyone,” I laughed.
“Yeah, it’s okay. But, you need to hang out with the right people, which is why I shall guide you and you will now hang with me,” he smiled.
“Well I don’t know your friends or anything,” I said.
“That’s okay, they’re friendly, they’ll warm up to you quick,” he grinned.
“Sounds good to me,” I smiled.
The rest of the night we spent getting to know each other. Being with him made me feel special, and I’m happy my move to a completely new place has started on a very, very good note.

How You Hug- Omaha Squad

Jack Johnson

Jack Gilinsky

Nate Maloley

Sam Wilkinson