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Last Call"I'll get it." The infernal ringing of the telephone awoke me. I rolled out of bed and fell on the floor. In a daze, I look at my clock that indicated that it is eleven o'clock at night. The phone rang again, so I scurried off of the floor, hopefully reaching it before anyone would wake up."Hello," I said while picking at the sleep in my eyes."Brian, what are you doing right now?" the unidentified person said."Who is this?" I said while I yawned. At first I thought that it was Robert."This is Tony. Who did you think it is your mamma?" he asked me in a sarcastic manner. I quietly crept into my room. I shuddered as my door squeaked as I was closing it. I quickly look out of my room to see if anyone had stirred. With a sigh of relief I move back into my room where my cat is looking at me with sleepy eyes. She slowly stretches out and then curls herself back into a ball."What are you thinking; calling me at eleven o'clock on a school night?" I yelled quietly into the phone. I slipped back under my big comforter, which gave me a feeling of comfort and warmth."I was just calling you to say goodnight to ya Brian. Well, I do have some girls over here that are begging for you, but you know that mean's nothing to you. We plan on getting drunk tonight. Do you think you might be able to stop by tonight?" he said with pride. I rolled my eyes, because Tony always does this to me. How did he get drinks, and what girls is he talking about?"I think that I'll pass Tony," I said assumingly."Common Brian; Erica is over here! You know how much you like her. Ha ha." Tony said with enthusiasm. I sat up in my bed in an instant. Does he actually think that Erica will make me come over and why is she hanging out with Tony? I am going to kill Tony if he told Erica that I like her. If only I knew what he was up to."No way! How did you get her over to your house? I never knew that you two were that good of friends." I said surprisingly. I could never imagine her spending time with Tony, except for that fact that he does have alcohol. I want to go over to his house right now, because I know how fun it is to just get wasted with some girls. Lights came across my room as a car squealed its tires, and it brought me back to reality."I told her...

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