A Year in Fife Park by Quinn Wilde

By Quinn Wilde

Quinn Wilde spends a formative 12 months learning on the collage of St. Andrews, Scotland, and dwelling in Fife Park, the most affordable scholar place of abode within the united kingdom. alongside the way in which, there are errors and pretend pas, damages and destruction, passions and revelations, longing and belonging, love, secret, tragedy, admire, and only a tiny bit of intercourse.

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I didn’t know. ’ ‘That boy hates himself,’ she told me. ‘He hates a lot of things,’ I said. ’ ‘Frank’s lovely,’ she said. ‘He’s so nice. ’ ‘Mart just doesn’t know what to say,’ I said. ’ ‘It is awkward,’ she said. ‘I’m so glad you came in for tea. ’ ‘Well, there’s knickers all over the place,’ I told her. ‘They’re not mine,’ she said. ’ Somehow that made it easier to look at them. ’ ‘No,’ she said. ‘And neither have you. ’ ‘I’ve got to worry about Psychology, first,’ I told her. ‘Fucking stats is my kryptonite.

That will be three pounds, please,’ she said. I handed it over. ‘Thanks,’ I said. Then the conversation was over. I had been looking forwards to it all morning, and it was just a brutal transaction. I walked out of the shop in a daze. The door jangled on the way out, just like it does on the way in. When I got home, I tried the shirt on. The buttons were all on the wrong side. ‘That’s because it’s a blouse,’ Craig said. ’ ‘Yeah, girls button up everything the wrong way,’ McQueen confirmed. ’ ‘Shit.

I waxed lyrical about it at the time – sometimes, I said, you just have to do what’s right for you. It’s right for everyone, people said, houses only ever go up in value! Now that the crash has happened, everybody else saw it coming and I’m the idiot. That doesn’t make me unhappy. That makes me feel smug and unappreciated. Plus, I like owning my house. I would have paid double to end my hate-hate relationship with estate agents and landlords. I appear to be good at my job because, frankly, most people are not.

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