sublime tee

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So if you’ve noticed, i haven’t been dressing in my typical multicolored fashion. It’s just a reflection of my soul right now. I’m just feeling a bit darker and a bit more gypsy right now. But you never know what I’ll have on tomorrow. I wear what I want!

UNIF paisley skirt that I never could figure out how to style before. And I actually love it. May still sell this baby though because it’s honestly a little too small for me. I had to pull it over my head instead of sliding it up cause my butt got too big. LOVE having that problem though lol

Sublime Band Tee - Kimono I bought from a boutique in Houston - and Vintage Luichiny Platforms.

Still experimenting with my hair as you can see :P

The Other Girl

Part One: http://mgc-mgc.tumblr.com/post/113569554558/the-other-girl

Part Two: http://mgc-mgc.tumblr.com/post/113651775183/the-other-girl

Part Three: http://mgc-mgc.tumblr.com/post/113765155228/the-other-girl

Part Four: http://mgc-mgc.tumblr.com/post/113939142803/the-other-girl

Part Five: http://mgc-mgc.tumblr.com/post/114357670748/the-other-girl

Chapter Six 

I woke up to the sun shining brightly in my face. I tried everything to get back to sleep but when the sudden urge to pee hit me, I knew I was awake for the day. 

I sat up in the bed, grabbing at my head when the room started to spin. I had a hangover from hell and I needed medicine and a hot shower to calm it. I was still dressed in the clothes I wore the previous night but I smelt straight like hard liquor. 

I walked over to my suitcase and grabbed my bottle of Ibuprofen and a water bottle from the mini-fridge. I chugged half of the bottle down before taking two pills and finishing off the water. 

I had to be quiet since Luke was asleep in the bed still, still in his high tops, black skinny jeans and his ripped Sublime tee-shirt that I was pretty sure was Calum’s. I sat two pills and a bottle of water on the bedside table on Luke’s side before heading to the bathroom. 

My head was clear when I stepped out of the shower, wrapping myself and my hair in a large white fluffy towel. Luke was sitting up in the bed, rubbing at his eyes when he noticed me. 
“Thanks for the pills and the water. My head feels like it’s made of led.” He said, his voice raspy from sleep. 
“It’s alright. Medicine and a hot shower where your skin feels like it’s going to melt off makes my hangover go away. Go take a shower, it might make you feel better. Plus help get rid of the stench of hard liquor off of you.” 

I usually lounged around in my towel, or in my bathrobe when I got out of the shower for a couple of hours before having to get dressed so when Luke knocked on the door, clothes in hand, he wasn’t surprised that I was still in a towel. 
“Can I shower here? Ashton and Rachel were taking too long in the shower.” Luke asked. 
“Yeah, you want breakfast? I was just about to order almost everything on the menu, I’m starving.” 
“Order whatever you like and lots of it, I’ll pay.” Luke said, stepping into the bathroom. 

I had just managed to slip on a large, oversized t-shirt that used to be Calum’s favorite one when he left it at my place and I never gave it back, when there was a knock on the door. 

I practically sprinted to the door, thinking it was room service, but it wasn’t. Calum and Sarah stood just on the outside, “Hey.” 
“Hey. What are you doing here?” I asked. 
“Just stopped by to see if you wanted to go to breakfast with Sarah and I.” Sarah pursed her lips up at the idea and honestly, I felt like doing the same. 

“Hey, if that’s room service tip them good for being this fast!” Luke yelled, coming around the corner in nothing but a towel wrapped around his waist. 
“Hey Calum, Sarah.” 

I looked at Calum who looked like he was about to attack Luke. Calum looked at the long shirt I was wearing and it was like something clicked in his head. “So you’re fucking Luke now?” Calum asked, his voice full on venom. 
“Excuse me?” I asked, completely shocked. 
“I mean it all makes sense. You can’t have me so you move on to him. I mean that’s all you’re good at.” 

“Fuck you.” I spat. How dare him. He had no right to be mad at me and I wasn’t fucking Luke. 

“Calum! What the hell is your problem?” Luke shouted. 
“Is she worth our friendship? How could you do that to me?” Calum asked. His shoulders were tensed up, ready for a fight. 
“Calum, baby, come on, let’s just go.” Sarah said, tugging at his arm. 
“You can, I want to stay here, getting to the bottom of this.” 

Sarah stomped her foot before nearly running down the hall. “Calum. Stop. Who I screw is not your business anymore. You made that clear when you introduced me to Sarah.” 

Calum narrowed his eyes. “Doesn’t mean you can shag my friend.” 
“Oh my god, Calum. It is not your business. Luke and I did not hook up last night, nor are we hooking up. Yes we have hooked up, on the weekend of my birthday but it hasn’t been anything since then.” 
“Whatever. Screw whoever you want too. I don’t care and I don’t care about you.” 

Calum left, heading down the hall and I stood there, frozen in spot. His words had stung and I felt my heart breaking. “Tallinn?” I forgot Luke was even here. 

I closed the door before turning to look at Luke. I knew he could see that I was hurting and he held his arm out, inviting me into a hug that I gladly accepted. “I’m sorry Tallinn.”