Mixed Signals ~H.G~
Summery:Hayes keeps on giving y/n mixed signals.
Note:It’s in Hayes pov. I’m not sure if it’s good but I hope you guys like it. P.s sorry to whoever literally waited a month for me to write this.
I pushed, and stumbled through the sweaty bodies as Drake blasted through the speakers so loud I could feel the house vibrate. My white Jordans weren’t very white anymore after some girl puked on them, plus a guy tried fighting me for no reason.
Tonight was not my night at all.
I sat on the couch by the dance floor. Looking around at the people grinding on each other when something caught my eye.
It was Y/n, and a guy.
I kept on taking small glances every few seconds. She then went in for a kiss.
Honestly, I was jealous and mad. I mean, we weren’t official or anything, but we definitely had something going on between us. I think so at least…
I tried ignoring them but she saw me and started walking over.
“Hey!” She yelled over the music pulling me up from the couch.
“Hey…” I mumbled as she tried hugging me. I dodged it instead just took her hands in mine.
“You’re a wonderful person.” I said, forcing a smile. She gave me a confused look, and dropped her hands.
I kissed her on the cheek and walked towards the kitchen with her. She stopped and pulled me a little towards her.
“Are you on your man period or something? Stop giving me mixed signs. Do you like me or not?” She said as her sudden outburst.
“Do you like me? That’s the question.” I asked her, annoyed.
“Of course I do. Why wouldn’t I like you?”
“Really? Because I saw you kiss a guy not that long ago.” After what I saw literally just a few minutes ago I was pretty jealous.
Y/n rolled her eyes at me and crossed her arms.
“That’s because you keep on giving me mixed signals like I said before. I’m pretty sure you don’t even really like me.”
“And that’s the reason you kissed that random dude?”
“Yeah, pretty much.”
I sighed and hugged her.
“Do you wanna date than?” I asked. Y/n wrapped her arms around me.
“Yeah, does that mean no more mixed signals?”
“No more mixed signals.” I reassured her.