Aux Introvert Essay

3198 words - 13 pages

First Friend

It was dark outside yet its morning already when Aux awoke from his deep slumber. He was literally pissed off because of the ruckus made by the rings of the phone. Evidently without choice, he got off from the bed and answered it.
“Hey sweetie! Are you doing fine at your new pad?”
“Yes mom.” Aux is still very sleepy due to the cold weather yet he lazily continued talking to his mom.
“Are you all set for school? Aww, I’m sorry that I can no longer make some breakfast for you. By the way, have you eaten already? Did you take some quick shower? Are you in your uniform now? Are you—“
“Mom! I’m fine. Don’t worry about me. I am doing ...view middle of the document...

However, he is not that type of a person. We can say he has that pride and it was instill in his mind that he can stand alone. As much as possible never ask for help.
Minutes flew and the bell rang. Nonetheless, our star still hasn’t found his room. He kept wandering and wandering, finding where is CGB 209. Did I mention that Aux doesn’t have any sense of direction and easily forgets areas and whereabouts?
He sat down on the bench near the library eyeing his clock which tells it was lunch time already. Up until that time, Aux hasn’t found his room. He suddenly thought of asking the guard and hit his head for not thinking about it earlier.
Aux quickly took his lunch at the cafeteria that is just besides the building he was looking for. He ate quietly and neatly when he noticed that some students are watching him. Aux is a neat man, he clothes similarly just like others with style. He has a black, clean cut hair and well not to boast, a handsome face. He was very suspicious why is everybody looking at him or he is just assuming it. Not giving any attention to the students, he continued his lunch for it was almost time for class. He was about to finish when he heard a voice.
“Hey! Will you leave already? I am still not done yet.”
Aux turned to his right and saw a pretty lady sitting with him or rather having lunch together, and not even noticing it. So this is why people are staring at him.
“Aux? You’re spacing out. Are you fine?”
Who the heck is this girl? How did she know my name?
“Who are you?”
“Oh silly me, I am Fauzia Arcadia.” she said while extending her hand to Aux.
Aux only looked at her oddly and did not accept her hand so she just pulled away and smiled.
“How did you know my name?” It really bothers him for he did not even speak to any student and now the girl beside him knows his name already.
She smiled first and point at something. “You are this right?”
Well, Aux is a student so it is proper for him to wear an identification card. So that’s how Fauzia knew his name.
“Oh? Right.” Well, that answers it.
“Just wait Aux, I’ll be finish in minutes then let’s go together.” Aux just look at her not giving any retorts. He just stayed for a while glancing to Fauzia and checking if she’s done already.
When Fauzia was about to finish, Aux stood up and walked away. So Fauzia hurriedly went after Aux who is walking hastily. “Hey, wait up.”
Aux slowed his pace and let Fauzia join him. “So, Aux what are you taking up?”
“BS Accountancy.” Aux answered not looking at her and remembering where again is his room.
“Indeed? I am too. So what section are you in?”
“BSA 1-A” replied Aux shortly.
“Oh? So in that case we are on the same class. But why didn’t you show up at the morning schedule?”
“Aha! You don’t know where our room is, right?” Fauzia eyed him curiously.
Aux remained silent and nod which makes Fauzia laugh. Aux is very...

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