Henry and Sally had been friends since they were really young. Now in the sixth grade, Henry was starting puberty, and girls were beginning to look very different to him. Not Sally, though. His eyes were set on her sister, Mary. She was so pretty and she had always been so kind to him, even when she had babysat the two of them as kids.
During a field trip to a new museum in the city, Sally and Henry sneaked away from the main group and sneaked into an exhibit hall that was not yet open. The room was not lit up, so they could barely see, but the faint light from the next room shone enough to reveal a statue in the middle of the room. Sally tried to hold him back by the arm, but Henry ran up to it while she clung on. The moment he touched it, both kids froze, and toppled to the ground, slowly fading from consciousness. When they came to, they were back at school, being scolded by their teacher.
“Sally, you can go. I know this boy must have pressured it into it, but Henry! You’re going to serve detention for this!” Henry sighed, but the teacher took Sally by the arm, and led her away instead of him. Henry didn’t understand what had just happened, but he wandered outside anyways, when Mary came to pick up her sister.
“Ready to go home, Sally? Have a good day?”
Henry looked around, and then down at himself, and twisted his hips, watching Sally’s skirt twirl around him. He was about to panic, and then Mary gave him an offer that he could never refuse…