78: ‘Ignorance’ by Paramore

Once upon a time, two children, a boy and a girl, was best friends. They stuck together. Wrote their names in blood.

But then the girl changed. Her personal life turned to shit pretty much overnight – and she reacted to that by becoming an outcast, who didn’t care what anyone thought or said about her.

She, Sara, saw this as a good change. Her friend, Will, didn’t see it like that. He saw her change as her becoming a bad person. He started telling her about every bad thing, she did and how sad it made him feel. This tactic usually worked. They could always be honest with each other and cared how their actions affected the other.

But not this time. She snapped and shouted at him that he just couldn’t handle that they were different people.

And so he instead started withdrawing from her, essentially treating her like a stranger. This only made her angrier. But fine. If he wanted to be strangers, it was fine by her.

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56: ‘Misery Business’ by Paramore

Nicki can’t make the group kick Gaga out, so she still have to see her.

Their animosity grows. When Nicki becomes interested in a guy, Gaga steals him, before she can do anything about. Nicki is her own vindictive self and plans to steal him back, now with added motivation. Yes, Gaga has a body like an hourglass, but the relationship is doomed to fail some day.

Gaga and The Guy date for eight months, before Gaga lets him out of sight long enough for Nicki to charm him by telling him, he was the only for her.

Now she gleefully shows him off and tells Gaga how happy they are and how their wildest dreams are coming true without her.

She has the added satisfaction of knowing, Gaga wishes she had The Guy. More so, because Nicki despises girls like Gaga, who get whatever they want by acting all sweet.

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23: ‘The Only Exception’ by Paramore

Pink didn’t want to fall in love. Pink didn’t believe in love. She knew, it never lasted after observing, what happened to her parents.

She saw Distortion, her father, cry and curse at the wind when she visited him. She never told Dixie, her mother, about these visits. Judging from how Dixie talked about Distortion, Pink knew, she neither would like nor understand, why Pink would want to.

Distortion was heartbroken and knew full well that it was his fault, Dixie had left. But he tried to reassemble his heart as best he could.

Dixie swore she would never let herself forget how he treated her and how that made her feel.

So Pink learned to live alone and swore off love because getting it wasn’t worth the risk of losing it.

Brad turned out to the exception. When he asked her out, they had known each other forever and she could trust to still be there the next day. She still knew, it wouldn’t last, but she simply couldn’t let go of him.

And she was on her way to believing in love.

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