Post by sparklymouse on Aug 16, 2011 12:00:42 GMT -5
"Sam is in the math club now, and he says if it weren't for Mr. Z. he'd never have discovered how much fun math can be," Kristy continued.
Claudia let out a sharp, disbelieving laugh. "Math? Fun?"
"It can be," I said, speaking to her for the first time in awhile. (I was trying to act on my New Year's resolution and be a better friend -- one who could patch things up.)
"I suppose it has a use for you. It helps you keep track of all your old boyfriends," she snapped back at me.
Hee. As always, Go Claudia! Although from what I've read, Jeremy was so not worth fighting over. I got the impression that he went after Stacey cause he thought she was hotter than Claudia, but Stacey turned out to be a jealous clingy mess that he wasn't expecting.
I can't believe she still kissed Toby goodbye after a full day of "only wanting him to leave, so I could get on with my life".
Agreed Sparklymouse - gross about kissing Toby. I loved the description of him though as a total tool. I love how he's like - sorry we didn't get to do anything and Stacey wondering what he thought they were going to do.....I believe that I know his dirty mind.
That is my favorite line form this book about the math and boyfriends. I do wish Jeremy ended up alone and sad b/c I really didn't like him at all!
^I believe that happened with Robert during Aloha, Baby-sitters'. As for this book, I haven't read it or any of the other FF's in ages and maybe only two or three times at most. I am not a fan of the BSC Friends Forever books--I prefer the BSC
I liked the part where Stacey, Kristy, and Mary Anne go to the mall to pick out furnishings for Mary Anne's new bedroom. I like how even now, all the way into the Friends Forever series, they still mention that Mary Anne's favorite colors are navy blue and yellow, which was mentioned all the way back in, what, book 4? (Even though I still think that's like the ugliest combination of two colors you could pick.)
"This is what us sitters like about Mallory. She is totally levelheaded." - Claudia, Good-bye Stacey, Good-bye