the fault in our school

“Go on a date with me,” Ansel asked for the fifth time this week, and its only Tuesday. “Come on y/n give me a chance.”

You closed your locker and turned to face him, “sorry Ansel but my answer is still the same. I’m not interested in a relationship right now.”

As you were walking away he slid in front of you, blocking the school doors, “who said anything about a relationship? Let’s just go out to dinner or something and talk like friends. And if you like me, we can go on another and then maybe we can think about a relationship.”

You pretended to think about it, “No.” You shoved past him and walked out.

Your best friend fell into step with you. “Why do you look so grumpy?”

“Ansel won’t drop this date thing,” you grumbled.

She sighed, “you know maybe you should give him a chance y/n! I don’t see why you think he’s playing you.”

Glaring at her, you said, “because he’s like that! He plays with girls! Remember Cindy? He tore her heart out.”

“But he’s never tried so hard to win a girl over!” She pointed out, “he always got what he wanted and you’re a challenge.”

You stopped walking and turned to her, “yeah, I am. What happens when I accept and the challenge is over? He’ll get bored and dump me for the next girl.”

“Whatever,” she rolled her eyes, “I still think you should give him a chance.” Then she walked off to her car.

The next day

You walked into third period, Advisory, dreading the whole hour. You’ve been avoiding Ansel all day but there was no avoiding him now. In a class where you just sit and talk about how you’re doing in school. Seriously what is the point of it?! And you had it with Ansel. Great.

“Everyone pull up a seat and gather into a circle,” your teacher said, “how is everyone doing today?”

Everyone mumbled a quiet, “good,” but Ansel, being the attention seeking jock he is flailed his arms and yelled, “oh I’ve been having a terrible week Mrs.Kay!”

“And why is that Ansel?”

He stood up to make a scene, “oh nothing! I’ve just been gathering the courage to ask out this girl I really like ALL month and when I finally man up and ask her, she says no!”

Ansel smiled at you, if looks could kill, he’d be dead by now. “Why do you think she’s saying no?” The teacher asked.

He sighed, “because let’s be honest, I haven’t been the best boyfriend in this school. I’m kind of a jerk who broke many hearts. And I know she’s afraid I’ll break hers. But I’m not perfect, and I don’t mean to do all this. I’m looking for the girl I’ll be in love with! And along the way I made mistakes! Oh I’ve made Many! But I actually like her. And I wish shed give me a chance.”

“Why don’t you tell her this?”

“I just did,” he smiled, and every girl in class blushed, probably thinking it was her. “And I’ll ask her out once more. Of she looks me in the eyes and says no. I’ll stop. But I want her to know I’m not all bad. I promise.”

He walked around the circle, winking at random girls, “so…” He stopped in front of you, “y/n, will you join me for a home cooked dinner at my house this Friday night? Please?”

You met his eyes, and you saw something you never expected to see. Innocence, and fear. Fear of what? Being rejected in front of these people that mean nothing to him? Or fear of being rejected by you, a girl he truly likes..

You let out a frustrated groan and hurried your head in your hands, how can you possibly say no?

Core Four+Favourite Movies

Archie: High School Musical. He would never say it out loud but he knows every single lyric of every single song from all three movies, along with all the routines. A̶n̶d̶ ̶h̶e̶ ̶t̶o̶t̶a̶l̶l̶y̶ ̶c̶r̶i̶e̶d̶ ̶w̶h̶e̶n̶ ̶G̶a̶b̶r̶i̶e̶l̶a̶ ̶l̶e̶f̶t̶ ̶T̶r̶o̶y̶ ̶i̶n̶ ̶t̶h̶e̶ ̶s̶e̶c̶o̶n̶d̶ ̶m̶o̶v̶i̶e̶. Only Jughead knows of his obsession and that’s because he walked in on him singing along with the movies more than once.

Betty Cooper: The Fault In Our Stars. Betty is a total sucker for romance movies, especially if it ends in sorrow. She loves to hate the story writers. She also loves good book-to-movie adaptations, which are pretty rare to find, which only makes her love them more. Veronica didn’t like it that much when she saw it with her but Betty had seen her crying three separate times during the movie.

Veronica Lodge: Silence of The Lambs. Veronica loves twisted horror movies. She saw the Silence of The Lambs secretly on the internet when she was 11 and though she was horrified at the time, she grew to love it as she got older. She watched it again with Betty, who complained that it was too gruesome but still loved every second of it.

Jughead Jones: Inception. Jughead loves Inception almost as much as he loves food. And that’s saying something. He’s seen it about a 100 times and he still isn’t tired of it. In his opinion, it is Christopher Nolan’s best movie and it is absolutely amazing and he will fight everyone who says otherwise. Archie almost got punched in the face for saying the ending was stupid.

The Ultimate Girl’s Movie Guide

1.    10 Things I Hate About You

2.    16 Wishes 

3.    17 Again 

4.    27 Dresses 

5.    A Walk To Remember

6.    Aquamarine 

7.    Beauty and the Briefcase

8.    Bratz

9.    Bridesmaids 

10.   Bride Wars  

11.  Bring It On 

12.  Cadet Kelly 

13.  Clueless

14.  Confessions of A Shopaholic

15.  Crazy, Stupid Love 

16.  Divergent

17.  Easy A 

18.   Freaky Friday 

19.  Frenemies 

20.  From Prada to Nada 

21.  Grace (Unplugged) 

22.  How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days 

23.  Ice Princess 

24.  John Tucker Must Die 

25.  Just Go With It 

26.  Just My Luck 

27.  Legally Blonde 

28.  Legally Blonde 2 

29.  Legally Blondes 

30.  Maleficent 

31.  Mamma Mia 

32.  Material Girls 

33.  Mean Girls

34.  Mean Girls 2

35.  Miss Congeniality 

36.  Monte Carlo 

37.  No Strings Attached

38.  Paper Towns 

39.  Return To Halloween 

40.  Sex and The City 2

41.  She’s All That 

42.  Sleepover 

43.  So Undercover

44.  Sorority Wars

45.  Starstruck 

46.   Sweet Home Alabama 

47.  Teen Spirit 

48.  The Bling Ring 

49.  The Chronicles Of Narnia Series

50.  The Cheetah Girls Series 

51.  The Clique 

52.  The Devil Wears Prada  

53.  The Fault In Our Stars 

54.  The High School Musical Series 

55.  The House Bunny 

56.  The Lizzie McGuire Movie 

57.  The Notebook 

58.  The Parent Trap (1998) 

59.  The Princess Protection Program 

60.  The Proposal 

61.  What A Girl Wants 

62.  Wild Child

Exams And Earthquakes

So in November last year in New Zealand there was a really bad earthquake overnight (it was a 7.8) and the next day the whole fucking country had exams and in the city I live in my school was one of the only schools that actually had an exam the day of/after the earthquake (it was on a Monday morning at exactly 12.01am) . the fucking city i live in was shut down because the earthquake was on our fault line and it was unsafe but my school is in a “safe zone suburb” so it had to have exams. My school wasn’t actually open unless you were a student sitting an exam and the only exam that day was a year 11 exam. I sat that exam and five minutes into it there was a 5.3 aftershock. we weren’t allowed to leave for another 40 minutes so it was just a room full of sleep deprived year 11 students silently crying because we couldn’t even get under the desks during even more aftersocks or we’d automatically fail. Later when we could leave all the year 11s got out of that exam so quickly it turns out that all over the school year 11s were crying because we all thought we were going to die in a fucking maths exam. We had a full week of exams during aftershocks and I can honestly say I have never bonded with my year group more than in that week when we thought we would all die.

I think every teenager loves John Green’s novels because he offers them philosophical problems and questions without treating them like children. It’s not an adult’s ‘let me explain’, it’s an equals 'let’s think about it together’.
Honestly, as an adult and a teacher it’s a perspective we rarely have because it forces us to have a positive opinion on our youth which we also rarely have.

Today, I fucked up... by digging a hole to China.

So in first grade some friends and I decided to dig a hole to china. We couldn’t let any of the teachers know our evil plan, however, so we decided to hide the hole when we were not working on it. We first dug under the home plate on the baseball field, yet we soon found out the hole was too wide to hide under the plate everyday.

(We had been digging this hole for the better part of a week now so it was getting pretty big).

So we made a basket-net out of sticks and leaves and put some of the dirt over it to hide the hole. It was actually a pretty good job too, because evidently about a week later when the baseball team came out to warm-up by running laps around the plates, someone fell into our pit of death and broke their leg, and as they fell down in pain also broke their arm. They also had several sticks we had used to cover the pit stuck in their leg.

Needless to say we didn’t tell anyone that we dug the hole, and it is now our fault that Benson Hill Elementary school doesn’t allow anyone to go onto the baseball field during recess. 

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I keep seeing this hilarious photo set of 'Hot Frat Boy Geno'. Could I prompt for some high school or college S/G with the location 'back of the library'? Love love love all your writings. Thank you!

this one? 



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There’s one table with two chairs tucked into the back corner of the library.

Sid is the only one that ever sits there.

It’s far from the entrance and there isn’t a place to charge your phone or laptop.

He thinks it’s perfect. It’s quiet and secluded and he gets more work done there then he could ever get done in his dorm room.

He’s proofreading his paper on propaganda during World War II when someone clears their throat.

Sid rolls his eyes and looks up.

The guy is tall and lanky in a black sweatshirt and ripped jeans. There’s a backwards baseball cap on his head and he’s clutching a stack of bright gold papers in his hand.

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Title: ‘Killer Smile’ 
Collection: AC Festival 
Fandom: FFXV
Pairing: Promnis (Prompto Argentum x Ignis Scientia) 
Rating: Teen/Mature (mild NSFW)
Word Count: ~2460

Summary: Ignis spies Prompto all alone, so he decides to invite him to join him for some cake at the cafe. One shot.

A/N: Here’s my final ‘drabble’ for this series. This is my first time publishing these two. ^_^ I’ve had a lot of fun writing these, and I hope you all have enjoyed what I’ve written. Please enjoy this last one! :)



Everyone in Lestallum is in good spirits - the Assassin’s Festival is still in full swing, more and more people making the journey to the town to enjoy the limited time offering. The Empire is still making its presence known, MTs scattered throughout the town - some barricading alleyways, others asserting their might by standing near festival attendees. Ignis and his companions have evaded being caught, staying under the radar, all of them able to enjoy the festival mostly unnoticed. One person in particular seems to be catching the eye of a few bystanders, the conversations bringing a smile to his lips.

The person they’re talking about is entirely unaware of the gossip that’s being shared about him - oblivious to everything around him except for whatever is being captured by the camera in his hands. Ignis approaches him, and rests a hand on Prompto’s arm, not wanting to startle him too much with his approach. He sees him glance up at him, a large smile on his face. “Ignis!”

It’s such a simple thing - but the way that he says his name, it makes butterflies awaken in his stomach. “What are you taking pictures of now?” He asks, interested in seeing what Prompto’s eye has caught during the festival. He always looks forward to seeing his shots, and the pictures he’s been able to take during their time here at the festival have been remarkable.

“Ah, well.” He shuffles a little on his feet, his cheeks dusted with pink as he lowers his camera down. “Nothing too exciting.” Prompto laugh comes out sounding more nervous than jovial, making Ignis quirk an eyebrow up. “N-No, no!!” He starts to shake his head, clearly worried that Ignis had misunderstood what he meant. “It’s not like that!”

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