Monologues

HOT KAYLEE

$0.99

MALE
COMEDIC

13-16
YEARS OLD

So this girl, Kaylee, in my class is like the hottest girl in school. You should see her. She stops traffic walking down the hall! And I don’t know why, but she really likes me. Thinks I’m funny or something cuz I’m always cracking jokes in history class. She’s as smart as a whip, too. Always gets A’s on everything. Every guy’s been trying to go out with her and I finally saw my chance. I was complaining one day that I didn’t get what the teacher was saying and she actually volunteered to help me with my homework! Can you believe it?! I felt like I won the lotto or something!

So I invite her to my house on Saturday afternoon. I’ve never changed my shirt or combed my hair so many times. And I figure my best strategy is to give my parents as little notice as possible. So I casually mention to my Mom that someone’s coming over to help with homework in eight minutes…..

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  • Written by: Joyce Storey

Description

So this girl, Kaylee, in my class is like the hottest girl in school. You should see her. She stops traffic walking down the hall! And I don’t know why, but she really likes me. Thinks I’m funny or something cuz I’m always cracking jokes in history class. She’s as smart as a whip, too. Always gets A’s on everything. Every guy’s been trying to go out with her and I finally saw my chance. I was complaining one day that I didn’t get what the teacher was saying and she actually volunteered to help me with my homework! Can you believe it?! I felt like I won the lotto or something!

So I invite her to my house on Saturday afternoon. I’ve never changed my shirt or combed my hair so many times. And I figure my best strategy is to give my parents as little notice as possible. So I casually mention to my Mom that someone’s coming over to help with homework in eight minutes…..

This is an excerpt/preview. You will be able to download the entire monologue once purchased.

  • Written by: Joyce Storey