Our little stunt started a rumor around school that we were dating. I liked that people linked the two of us — I was almost proud. It became our little inside joke that we were "dating." As the rumors spread around school that we were "more than just friends," one of the guys on the soccer team joked that people were going to start asking us if we'd have threesomes with them. If I could get her Tyler, maybe she would see how good of a friend I was, and we'd go back to being inseparable.
"We have so many inside jokes that it wouldn't be any fun for the guy — we'd be laughing too hard," I fired back. "All my attention would be on you anyway," she said. I felt weirdly excited, but quickly brushed the thought out of my mind. She was gorgeous and they were already friends."How should I do it?
That wasn't the only time I was confused by the things Jenna made me feel. I realized that maybe she just saw me as a placeholder date — there if she couldn't get a real date — and hadn't been really serious about going together. He was totally dorky, but he and Jenna shared a passion for music and they had been hanging out a lot. " Tyler asked when I suggested he invite her."Well, you know Jenna. You could just bring her a slice of her favorite pie or something.""What kind is that?
The pair have been seen together in recent weeks, more than three years after Schwarzenegger, 21, first voiced his affection for Cyrus.
The handsome, buzzed-about son of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver was speaking to about his dating prospects in May 2011 when he admitted, "My eye, though, is set on Miley." He was previously linked to the likes of Taylor Swift and his USC classmate Tootsie Burns.
When I walked into English class the next semester and saw Jenna sitting there, my stomach knotted up.
She was everything I wanted to be: popular, smart, athletic.I'd had other close girl friends before, but my feelings toward Jenna felt different, more intense. "Do you know if Tyler is going to prom with anyone? " he asked."Cherry cheesecake," I said automatically.Her friendship was more important to me than any other friendship I'd ever had before. " Jenna whispered to me during class a couple of weeks later. The next day in yearbook, a cheesecake was sitting at her desk. And not just because I didn't have a date to prom, but because Jenna did, and it wasn't me. I'd lost best friends in the past, but I'd never felt like this, and we'd always remained friendly enough that if we saw each other, we'd at least say "hi." With Jenna, everything was different.It wasn't until I met Jenna* that things began to change.I walked into yearbook class sophomore year of high school and took a seat at an empty table.I was the quiet, shy girl who didn't have a lot friends.