Walk up to the cutie and start chatting up. There's no wonder why he's/she's staring at you.
Smile at him/her.
Look around or ignore him... and maybe blush a little.
Gape and finally answer... and maybe stutter a bit.
Smile to yourself and answer, "Sure."
Decline. Let her/him feel what it feels like to be rejected for years. REVENGE!
Say: "Of course! Thank you. I love music! I always practice!" then mutter, "Unlike these other losers."
Blush and start lowering down from your seat.
Look around and see if the teacher's talking to someone else.
I think about my moves, tricks, everything! And if I feel a little giddy, I think to myself: I'm gonna do my best!
I think: I'm gonna miss, I'm gonna lose, I'm gonna miss, I'm gonna lose! I'm a big failure! I'm gonna let the team down, my parents down! Why am I even here? I don't even know how to play! ...
I think: Yeah, I can take 'em down! I'm the best player in the city. I'm better than this low-life!
Think: I knew it, I knew it! I'm gonna lose! Ugh! Oh no!
Scream: That was a lucky hit! That's not fair! That was out, that was out!
Shrug and think: Oh well. It's not the end of the world. I'm just gonna do my best.
Hope for the best. Hope it's good news.
Think: He/She probably wants me to do an errand for her/ him.
Think: She/he probably wants to compliment me about how I look great and adorable today!
Laugh and go with the flow.
Smile and stay quiet.
Try to pep talk myself. I know I'm going to do ok!
Think about just turning around and going home.
I don't need to hesitate. I made it last year, why won't I make it this year?
Freeze. Sing low. Faint.
Do the best you can and sing loud and proud!
Sing! I might get discovered! Besides, I'm the greatest singer in the school!
Yeah! A whole heck alot! I know I'm good at everything.
Yes. I know that it's no the end of the world and that I'd probably get over something embarassing a few weeks or days later. I may not be all that, but atleast I'm me.
No. I fail everybody. I don't get over something for years! I'm like a little snail stuck in a shell or something.