# Peculiar Couple on the Loose

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Peculiar Couple on the loose
“What the heck, Keira! This is just a simple equation, yet you don’t even know how to start?! You’re unbelievable!” Zayn threw his hands up in the air out of frustration.
“Hey you don’t need to freak out. It’s just that I forgot, okay?” Keira said rather defensively. Zayn rolled his eyes in response.
“I’m not going to teach you, anymore. Besides, you’re not worth teaching to.”
“Oh Come on! I promise I won’t switch your thesis to mine without permission, anymore.”
“How about promise me that you won’t switch my thesis to yours? It will be a very good thing to do” Zayn smiled bitterly as he remembered a rather very embarrassing situation because of the switching thesis thingy.
“Okay, I promise” She raised her right hand and muttered ‘NOT HAPPENING’
“Good to know. Now, let’s continue this.”
“Hey Zayn, hope you survive!” Keira’s bestfriend shouted smilling from ear to ear.
“Yeah, I really hope” Zayn joked while looking at Keira.
Keira just pouted and smiled.
After having a very heavy teaching session with Zayn…

“Yes, I survived!” He said, giving a punch to the air.
“Good for you” Keira said rolling her eyes.
“What’s wrong? You’re being sarcastic” Zayn grinned
Just as she was about to open an important topic, Zayn spotted Rachel.
“Wow! Is that a kiss mark?! Congrats, That’s such a notorious development!”Zayn exclaimed.
“What’s a kiss mark? Is that a mark and a kiss but not really a kiss mark?” Keira butted in.
“I-It’s not what you think it is!” Rachel said defensively
“Whatever, Keira. Just shut up! You’re polluting this area.”
“Area? Is that the Area of a square? 1 plus 1 equals 2? Oh My God! I made it! I finally answered the area! Do think I’ll make it pass this time?”
“You’ll make negative one hundred percent! The area I’m talking about is where we are currently into!” He said massaging his head.
“Cute Couple” Rachel…...

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