"Yesterday taught me something," i told Ana. "Being full is the worst feeling ever, and hunger is the best."
She shook her head. "I could have taught you that without the Calories and the binging if you would have just listened to me, but no, you wouldn't want to do that, would you? Now your back at square one; restarting the ABC, pretending you'll actually be able to finish it."
"I might be able to," i defended myself. "I could be the first person ever to finish it."
She burst into bitter laughter. I looked at my feet as she tried to regain her composure. "Jo, you're hilarious," she gasped. "You talk like you have the control to finish ABC when you can't even get past the first two days. You crack me up."
"Shut up, Ana," i muttered. "I'm serious. And it's not that funny."
She didn't shut up. "Yes it is," she insisted, wiping tears of laughter from her eyes.
"Fuck you," i said softly. "I'll prove it to you."
"Fine. You do that." A fire leaped into her eyes.
"I will. Watch me," and i dumped my oatmeal into the trash can.