Audiobook sample from \"That's Not What I Heard\" by Stephanie Kate Strohm; edited for time.
Young Adult, Audiobook, Teen, Generation Z, Sarcastic, Sassy, Snarky, Jock, Cheerleader, Teacher's Pet, Student, High School, Teenager, Girlfriend, Bubbly, Know-it-all, Generation Y, Millennial, Youth, Bossy
North American, US Mid-Atlantic, US West Coast (California, Portland)
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
the day hadn't started off dramatically. It started off just like most of senior year had, which wasn't honestly really all that different from freshman, sophomore or junior year. Not that kim was complaining, she liked routine. I have zero allegiance to the mighty flying arrows and there's literally nothing you can say that would entice me to call you the Rod kim. Elvis asked hopefully. Hey, Junior Teddy slid into the seat next to her, saving her from having to tell Elvis again that she just couldn't call him a Rod with a straight face. You can't forcefully create a nickname. Elvis Teddy said, turning to talk to his best friend. It has to come up organically. Like Junior kim asked, it's already spring. The weather just didn't get the memo that it's supposed to warm up. Elvis and jess were always fighting about something kim could count on one hand, the number of times she and Teddy had fought and most of those weren't real fights, just disagreements. They were both generally speaking conflict adverse people, natural pacifists. one of the many reasons they were meant to be together
Cheerleader, Teacher, Teacher’s Pet, Teenager, Valley Girl, Annoying, Bossy, Immature, Know it All, Nasal, Sarcastic, Sassy, Skeptical, Snarky, Youthful, North American, US Mid-Atlantic, US West Coast (California, Portland)