“Hey, I’m sorry about earlier. Can we just forget it ever happened?” Cato’s blue eyes plead with me.
“No,” I say, “we can’t.” I see Cato’s face go from pleadingly hopeful to sad.
I grab the front of Cato’s shirt and pull him down into a kiss; he makes a surprised noise, but kisses me back none the less.
“Wait, what?” Blondes, I roll my eyes.
“Cato, you are such an idiot,” I inform him. “I don’t want to forget what happened earlier. I like you, Cat, I really like you.”
“Uh, I like you too.”
“Well that’s good; otherwise it would be awkward when I did this.” I pull him into another kiss.
We are still standing in the doorway to my room. I don’t even hear Ellen coming up behind us until she says, “Excuse me.” Ugh, I reluctantly stop kissing Cato and look irritably at Ellen. I step forward so that I am beside Cato.
“Yes?” I ask.
“Well I am here because-“
“Yeah, well we don’t really care,” I say, Ellen gapes at me, I bet no one has ever talked to Ellen like that before, I hold back a laugh. Ellen’s face is priceless. “As you can tell we were in the middle of something important that you interrupted,”I continue onward. “So goodbye!” Taking Cato’s wrist I pull him into my room and slam the door in a shocked Ellen’s face.
As soon as the door closes pull Cato into another kiss. We slowly walk over to her bed and sit on the side of it. We are also intensely making out. “I don’t understand.” Cato says after a while.
“What don’t you understand?”
“Well, I thought you were going to end our friendship and now we are making out and offending Capitol citizens. “ I laugh,“So are we like… I don’t know, dating now?”
“Yeah, I guess we are,” let out another little laugh