Ala slammed the door to her room so hard, the floor shook beneath her. She ran, and buried her head face first into her pillow, muffling her sobs.
She heard the sound of her door creaking open, and later felt someone patting her back.
"What's the matter, Ala?" Her Mommy asked, sliding onto the bed next to her.
Ala let out a small whine, and rolled over to face the wall.
"What happened?" She asked.
Ala cried as she told her Mommy about how Henry betrayed her. Her Mommys eyes narrowed at the kissing part, but her face quickly softened.
"Tell you what," She said, "I'll go get some ice cream, and we'll watch Equestria Girls."
Ala sat up, sniffling. "Okay." She said.
Ala sat, cuddled up to her Mommy, watching as her favorite song started to play.
That's when inspiration struck.
"Are you sure about this?" Jenny asked, "It seems a little... Extreme. Maybe there's an explanation for all of this?"
"This'll work." Ala insisted. "Trust me. We'll do it at lunch,"
"That's when all the movies do it."
"Oh. Makes sense."
Ala whipped around, and let out a snarl. "Hello, Henry. I hope your date with your girlfriend went well."
"But she's not. She just kissed me out of no where! I don't like her, Ala, I like-"
"Save your poop. I heard you say it." Ala snapped.
Henry cocked his head. "Say what?"
"That you love her."
Henry stuttered, and took a step back. "I- I didn't-"
"Go away, Henry, we'll figure the riddle out ourselves."
Henry's eyes watered. He turned and left. He walked to a group of boys, who looked at him with confusion, but let him sit.
Jenny looked at Ala nervously. "What nice weather we're having..." She commented.
Ala sighed. She wanted to push away the food. But who could resist pancakes?
It was sweet.
Just like her revenge.