mrs. judd

anonymous asked:

Prompts for a high school delinquent who is forces by the school to provide advice to two freshmen?

“First things first: if you have Mr. Judd, cheat. Cheat on all his tests. Keep to the easy tricks with him; he doesn’t pay attention while you take tests, but you need to cheat because he’s a terrible teacher.”
“You want us to cheat?”
“No, I don’t care what you do, I’m just giving you advice to help you pass your classes.”

“Aren’t you supposed to tell us how to get through high school?”
“Mrs. Thomas never shuts her window.”
“So?”
“So, if you ever get stuck outside, wait until fifth period and then crawl in that way. She has planning fifth period and no one will be the wiser.”

“I’m so excited for high school.”
“What are you excited about?”
“The change of scenery, the freedom, the teachers.”
“Change of scenery? How ‘bout this: you can’t go outside. If you get caught opening a door, you’ll get in trouble; a warning your first time, a detention your second. Does that count as freedom? Doesn’t matter how angry you get, don’t fight anyone because they don’t deal with that the same way in middle school. You should’ve matured enough over the summer to know better, they’ll say. The teachers here will either be your best friend or a living nightmare and I wish I could say you can affect how they think of you, but you can’t.”

He led them out back, sat against the wall, and closed his eyes.
“Weren’t you going to give us a tour?”
“Did you go to the open house?”
“Yeah.”
“Then, you don’t need one.”
“What about a student’s insight, though?”
“Insight? I’m taking classes to prepare me for a college or university I don’t plan to go to. In four years, you’ll be sitting in this school crossing your eyes and I’ll be working a job that pays well, but demands no respect. Before you graduate, I promise there’ll be a time when you’ll stop and wonder why you didn’t spend more time sitting outside.”

“This place has it all wrong. They tell me I’m not stupid, but I can’t apply knowledge. They tell me I have anger issues, but all I have is aggressive tendencies. They tell me I have brilliant ideas, but I’m just pulling pranks to have fun. If they can’t understand me, they’ll never understand you two.”
“Why do you say that?”
“Because I’m simple.”

In My Thoughts (1/1)

Pairing: Raywood
WC: 4638
Summary: Soulmate AU. You can hear the thoughts of your soulmate. It happens at different times for everyone. Some say they can’t remember a time not hearing their soulmates, others never do. Ray happened to hear his when his head was slammed into a locker by the resident bully. 
A/N: I’m pretty much a sucker for soulmate aus, ngl. If you’ve got any you really want to see, hmu

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Dear Mr. Vernon:

We accept the fact that we had to sacrifice a whole Saturday in detention for whatever it was we did wrong, but we think you’re crazy to make us write an essay telling you who we think we are. You see us as you want to see us… In the simplest terms and the most convenient definitions. But what we found out is that each one of us is a brain… …and an athlete… …and a basket case… …a princess… …and a criminal.

Does that answer your question?
Sincerely yours

—  The Breakfast Club