What can YOU say in six sentences?
Ronny Blaustein has me pressed against him so tight I can feel his belt buckle digging into my abdomen. We're slow dancing in the gym, which has been decorated not to look like the gym, except there's no way to disguise the basketball hoops and backboards.
When the slow dance is over, I go to the Girls' bathroom and I confide to Annie Shapiro about the buckle.
She starts laughing and says,"That's no belt buckle, you nut, that's a hard-on."
Back out on the dance floor, Ronny moves in close for another go, but before he takes my hand I reach inside his jacket to see what kind of belt he's wearing. Sure enough, it's got a square, brass, sharp-edged buckle and I congratulate myself for knowing at least one thing about the way that boys are built.
Down in Barbara S's basement, the lights are low, and slow makeout music is on the record player.
The only boy of interest to me, the only really cute one at this party, is David B.
There are maybe 12 of us, and two by two, couples go into a small pitch dark closet to make out according to the rules of Post Office.
David is in the room and it's his turn to call a girl by name.
He calls me, and I go inside where he takes my hand and pulls me close . Realizing that I have to do something special, something to set me apart from other girls so he will want to ask me out, I rub him through his pants until something like a belt buckle -- but moving and warmer -- makes an appearance.