Day after day the boy is left, sitting alone in the cafeteria eating by himself. He constantly tries to fit in but none of his peers welcome him to their tables.
One day, he is made fun of by a group of kids which made him feel extremely ashamed, embarrassed and anxious.
He tried to leave the building but another group of kids were blocking the door and he was too shy to ask them to move, so he sat back down, miserable for the rest of lunch.
On his way home, a couple of boys tease him, knock his books to the floor and push him to the ground.
As this happened, his glasses flew off his face and he was left patting the floor searching for them because he could barely see without them. To his surprise, a jock came over to him and asked if he needed a hand retrieving his glasses. He nodded shyly and felt them being pressed into his hand. The jock helped him up and walked away. The boy continued on home puzzled, and rested.
The next day he had sought to have been sitting by himself again as usual in the cafeteria, as the norm was people walking past him, pointing and laughing at the fact that he had no friends. Bewildered, the jock who had helped him the day before had bought his lunch and set it next to his, without saying a word, and just continued eating.