to be about high school girls

Cosette got a gorgeous silver dress for winter formal and she was super excited to wear it.

That is, until she found out that her best friend Eponine wouldn’t be going to the dance at all.
See, apparently their high school had some sort of bizarre rule about girls wearing dresses to winter formal.
Cosette will now be wearing a light blue pantsuit.

Cosette also got a bunch of her friends to ditch their dresses.
Musichetta’s wearing one of Bossuet’s purple suit jackets over a pair of her own black dress pants.
Floreal’s wearing the silver blazer and white slacks she wore in her last dance recital.
Even Bahorel’s giggly girlfriend (who isn’t technically friends with them) has gone along with it and is decked out in a full tuxedo.
Their all ready to make a statement, but it gets better.
See the school has a similar rule for guys and pants.
And since-despite everything- Jehans still listed as male, they cant wear their new gown.
So guess what the guys are doing?
Courfeyrac is rocking the yellow sweetheart dress his sister wore to prom two years ago.
Combferre’s got an elegant deep blue empire waist gown he borrowed from his neighbor.
Enjolras is wearing the pink sheath dress he once wore to a protest (with this being its second protest, it has hereby been renamed ‘the protest dress’)
Bossuet is wearing Musichetta’s purple high-low
Grantaire’s got the awful bridesmaid gown Mrs. Thernadier tried to force Eponine into a couple months back.
Joly is actually a perfect fit for Cosette’s gown. (B&M can’t stop staring tbh)
Feuilly actually already had three gowns in his closet to choose from.
Bahorel’s girlfriends gown is MUCH too small. (He looks like a stripper. But he’s loving it)
The teachers don’t let them in, but Grantaire’s got a key to the auditorium, and leads them through to the gym.
Jehan cries at least three separate times.
Late into the night, after they’ve all been thrown out of the dance, Cosette and Eponine sit on the bleachers, watching their friends drinking and goofing around a few rows down.
They’re huddled together under Cosette’s shawl, arms wrapped around each other.
Eponine clears her throat awkwardly and says, “I just… Thank you. For tonight. It was really special.”
Cosette smiles. “It was a wonderful night.”
“I’m sorry you didn’t get to wear your dress.”
“Maybe I can wear it on a date with you instead,” Cosette says quickly, before her she can lose her nerve.
Eponine stares at her, with a look of shock and awe.
Then she’s leaning in-

(Late Valentine’s gift for @persephonah )

pixetty  asked:

GDI Marinette you couldn't even notice if Adrien was wearing gloves?? -_- I just want them to be happy ;_;

Story Time!

In my junior year of high school, I sat in the office waiting to talk with my counselor about the classes I was taking when I heard someone call my name. I looked up. Pretty blonde girl. No idea who she was, until she said her name.

She was my best friend/neighbor from elementary school. The girl I had played outside with almost every day for three years of my life. And she looked exactly the same as she did back then.

But because I had not expected to see my best friend from elementary school in that place at that time, I could not recognize her until she said her name.

The point of this story is that context is extremely important. 

Marinette could have stared at Adrien’s hand all day and she would not have recognized it as Chat Noir’s hand because she doesn’t expect Adrien to be Chat Noir. (Her emotional state in this chapter didn’t help matters, either.)

Now, here’s an interaction I did not include in this chapter:

Marinette: What were you doing on this side of town, anyway?
Adrien: Oh, you know, just lazing in the shade of a national monument.

Instant recognition. I n s t a n t.

This fic is a minefield.

The Gorgeous Stranger Pt. 2

Originally posted by juptern

Words: 833

Imagine: It all started at pop’s you met the gorgeous stranger and you quickly became friends, you soon fell head over heals for him but what you didn’t know was that he felt the same way…

You walk with your sister into the high school and you meet up with Betty Cooper, the girl who’s going to show you two around. You listen to Betty and Veronica talk about the school and a few minutes later a boy comes up to Betty and join in on their conversation. You zone out and start thinking about the boy from yesterday at Pop’s, Jughead. You like him, he’s sarcastic and deep and you feel like you can relate to him and his personality in some ways.

You zone back into the real world when you hear the boy, Kevin, ask about your dad, you look away while Veronica answers. When Veronica asks them about the ginger headed boy, Archie, you see your chance to slip away unnoticed tired of their conversation. You walk around the unknown halls and try to memorize the way around. You finally find the classroom you’re looking for and you knock on the door. The teacher opens and smiles at you. ”You must be, Y/N Lodge.” The teacher says and you nod. She beckons you inside and closes the door after. ”Class, this is your new classmate, Y/N Lodge. Would you like to say something about yourself?” The teacher ask and you groan inwardly but nod anyways.

”I’m Y/N Lodge and I like to read and listen to music.” You say keeping it simple and the teacher nods and tells you to take an empty seat, you look around and notice an empty seat next to a boy, when you walk closer you recognize him, Jughead, you smile slightly at your luck and sit down next to him. When he feels movement in the chair next to him, he pulls down his headphones and look to the side and sees you. ”Y/N, hi.” He smiles. ”Hi.” You greet him back. The two of you didn’t say much more and payed attention to the lesson. When the bell finally rings you stand up and gather your new books. Jughead waits for you and you walk out of the classroom together. ”So what do you like so far?” Jughead asks to start up a conversation. You shrug, ”I don’t know, I mean I haven’t been here so long and this school seems to be full of drama, so I’ll guess we’ll find out.” you answer truthfully and Jughead nods in agreement.

—-

School’s finally over and you’re supposed to meet Juggie, the two of you are going to Pop’s. You see Jughead and wait for him to reach you. “So, Pop’s?” Jughead asks for confirmation. “Yup” you answer and the two you walk in sync.

When you arrive at Pop’s you take a seat in the booth you sat in the day before. A waitress came over and left you two menus. You thank the waitress while Jug just nods. You look over the menu but can’t decide. “So, what’s good to eat here?” You ask and Jughead look up at you. “Well, I usually go with a burger, you should too if you like burgers.” Jughead advices. You look down at the menu again and decide on a cheeseburger. When the waitress comes back both of you order a cheeseburger with fries.

“So, Jug, tell me about the people in school, who should I avoid and who should I suck up to?” you ask. “You’re really asking me that out of everyone? I don’t even talk to anyone in school.” “Yeah exactly! Since you don’t really socialize with others, you have the time to sit back and watch which means you probably know everything that happens in this school. So, tell me.” You explain and Jughead sighs. “Fine. Well, there’s the jocks, most of them are douches especially Reggie. You have the cheerleaders, the leader, Cheryl Blossom, is basically a rich bitch, since she’s rich she thinks she can get away with everything and everyone in the cheerleading squad does everything to try and be ‘besties’ with Cheryl. There’s three people who’s actually pretty nice in the football team and cheerleading squad and that’s your sister, Veronica, Betty Cooper and Archie Andrews.”

You listen intensely and when he mention Veronica joining the cheerleading squad you choke on your drink. “Wait, you said my sister joined the cheerleading squad? And I met Betty this morning, she doesn’t seem like the cheerleading type of girl?” You question. “Well, they both tried out today. I thought Veronica told you?” Jug says and you shrug. “I mean I had a feeling she would join the squad eventually, I was just a little surprised she did it so soon.” You explain and Jug nods. The two of you keep talking and you spend another night at pop’s talking and bonding with Jug.

anonymous asked:

are tsunderes popular because it makes men think that when a girl rejects them its cuz they secretly like them? if so, why the HECK are yanderes popular like who wants their gf to kill a man for them

tsunderes are absolutely a male fantasy for guys who wanna believe every girl that’s rejected him was secretly playing hard to get.

That’s in western media too.

That’s just a guy thing, they don’t handle rejection well at all.

Yanderes are popular because men would REALLY like to believe they’re such hot shit that a woman would kill another woman for them.

Like they REALLY wanna believe they’re so cool and handsome that their girlfriend would lose their mind to be with them.

Basically every anime girl trope ever.

Is just some guy who was rejected a lot by girls in high school and he daydreams about being a guy that all types of women are single-mindedly obsessed with.

Story time!

Once upon a time, I was a girl with a dream. And that dream wasn’t really that specific, but it involved living in Japan. When I was a kid I found out my high school not only had Japanese classes, but the Japanese program offered a trip to Japan every other year and I was determined to go at least once. When one of my cousins graduated high school, his graduation present was a trip to Japan for the two of us, so I got to visit Japan as a tourist and was ready to go back.

So I did a homestay for two weeks with my school’s program after I graduated high school. And I thought, I think I still want to live here. But I can’t really know until I do that!

So I worked my ass off in college to learn even more Japanese and to orchestrate a study abroad that would be affordable, both in terms of upfront costs and in terms of still graduating on time, because my scholarships weren’t extendable past four years.

And I did that. I went to Japan as a resident–a student, but still a resident and I have the ID card still to prove it. And a lot of shit happened, I got really sick both physically and mentally, and in the end I still wasn’t sure if I wanted to live in Japan permanently which is what led to me taking this job.

Anyways, time to backtrack for a second.

I had seen exchange students from all kinds of countries at OSU and I noticed this: if exchange students didn’t put in the effort to make local friends, they’d just stick together and their English wouldn’t really improve or anything. Kind of seemed like a waste of a chance at immersion to me.

So when I went on my study abroad, I vowed not to be like that. I also managed to fandangle myself an international internship in Japan before my program started (listen, Rosie 2.0 was on top of her shit), and so I did a kind of work study that really WAS completely immersive, complete with more host families. My Japanese comprehension shot through the roof. I was able to comfortably navigate myself around Tokyo and do whatever I pleased.

The other exchange kids weren’t like that. Of course, none of them had spent the last two months in Japan just figuring things out, and most of them had never even been to Japan before. We were at two different levels of our experiences and I didn’t really want anything to do with them. I wanted immersion, not to be clumped into a group of foreigners.

I was a pretentious fool.

Because in the end, the Japanese man I accidentally fell in love with alienated me from my mostly-Japanese dorm (not really intentionally–I suppose I could’ve chose not to go to his apartment every time he asked) and did a hell of a lot more harm than good for my mental stability.

In the end, the group of friends I made that ended up being the best group of friends I could ever want in life consisted of three Americans, a Canadian, and a Brit and they liked me for exactly who I was, in those nebulous times when Rosie 2.0 had shattered and left me to pick up the pieces of my identity and try and glue them back on.

In the end, the people that most supported me and that I felt most like supporting were those friends. And it’s been three years since all that and we still talk every day. Which is amazing–I’m not good at keeping in touch when I’m far away. Sometimes I need reminders to call my parents…

Anyways, the Delinquents (he named us that, that man that I loved, and you know, my friends all hated him but we did keep that name) are currently three in Japan and two back in North America, and we’re finally gonna all be back together for a reunion this summer.

I’ve been in a sketchy mental place the last couple weeks and plans are being made and I’m just sort of along for the ride but holy shit it’s all coming together and I’m getting really excited for it now!!

You know, I never did answer the question of whether or not I wanted to live permanently in Japan. I think I can. It’s not something I can’t do. There are a lot of reasons my options went from grad school in Japan to grad school back home, and most of them involve my mental health and practicality, because American schools are just better for an academic career. I’m okay with leaving and I’d be okay with staying, provided I could find a way to get some treatment for my fucked up head other than popping three benzos and an SSRI a day (not shitting on medicine–I am absolutely not functional off my meds! But meds aren’t treatment for PTSD. They just help.)

My work situation is weird and I don’t like it but I like the students, I like the friends that I’ve made, I’ve loved having the opportunity to experience a different kind of Japan than most foreigners. I drove 1000km, most of it along the Japan Sea, and it was gorgeous and amazing and one of the most beautiful road trips I’ve ever taken. I’ve sat in igloos and gotten mochi and rice wine because that’s what my city does in February. I sat in an outdoor hot spring in the blowing snow in a little crevice in the mountains and just breathed with the earth.

I can’t say I don’t have regrets in my life. We all do. I let mine dig in a little too deeply sometimes, but between terrible life choices and things I’m not really sure weren’t my fault yet, there has been so much awesome.

There’s a lot of things to look forward to between now and the next step of my life (grad school) and man I’m not good at living in the moment, but I’m gonna try a little harder. Try to appreciate things as they’re happening and not just in hindsight. Try to stop thinking that it’ll all be okay just as long as I make it to the next progress point. There’s a lot of good along the way.

There’s a lot of good.

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Utah high school forced female students to go on a date with a boy — and follow a list of sexist advice

  • Jen Oxborrow, the parent of an 11th grade honor student at Highland High School, said her daughter Lucy Mulligan received the mandatory homework assignment to “go on a date!” with a boy. 
  • On Monday, Oxborrow posted a screenshot of the handout the teacher distributed to female students, which lists some truly antiquated advice.
  • Some pointers on the pink worksheet include “don’t waste his money,” “be feminine and ladylike, don’t use vulgar language or swear” and “have a sense of humor.”
  • In an evergreen double standard, girls are also advised not to “worry about [their] appearance on the whole date” just before they’re reminded to “dress appropriately.”
  • The boys’ equivalent wasn’t much better, suggesting they bring their date flowers, open doors for her and “have her home on time." 
  • According to the Salt Lake Tribune, the assignment was part of the school’s state-mandated "Adult Roles and Financial Literacy” class. Read more
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Meet the six stars of the upcoming television project with Hulu!

Marvel Television announced that they found young actors for “Marvel’s Runaways.” This is a story about six diverse teens who can’t stand each other but have to unite against a common evil - their parents. There will be a nerd played by Rhenzy Feliz, intelligent angst by Nico Minoru, a model by Virginia Gardner, a riot girl by Ariela Barer, a high school heartthrob by Gregg Sulkin and a very positive cute girl played by Allegra Acosta.

A perfect cast of amazing actors that celebrates diversity and inclusion. 

I love how they’re all dressed for different occasions here

Gloria is going to her middle school/freshman dance Mariah is going to high school homecoming/prom Aretha is about to sing for the president Carole is at a business meeting Shania is going to star in like a spice girls music video and Celine is.. idk. The hair says schoolgirl but she actually has on this long pink cape so she’s dressed like a magician

HERMIONE GRANGER (Harry Potter): Read as much as you can about the subjects that you’re studying.

ELLE WOODS (Legally Blonde): Take as many past exams as possible.

SPENCER HASTINGS (Pretty Little Liars): Sometimes you have to make yourself study, even though you aren’t in the right headspace.

CHER HOROWITZ (Clueless): Don’t be afraid to talk to your professor about a grade that you think is unfair, or about something you believe has been misgraded.

RORY GILMORE (Gilmore Girls): Set goals for yourself and go after them.

ALEX DUNPHY (Modern Family): Be prepared for anything.

CADY HERON (Mean Girls): If you’re really struggling with a subject, think about getting a tutor.

ANNIE EDISON (Community): Form a study group.

GABRIELLA MONTEZ (High School Musical): It’s possible to be involved in extracurriculars and still get good grades, as long as you find the right balance.

SERENA VAN DER WOODSEN (Gossip Girl): Sometimes the best learning is hands-on. Do something yourself or pursue an internship in your field.

JOAN CLARKE (The Imitation Game): Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t do something. Prove them wrong.

Julie Andem on the characters of SKAM

Julie’s thoughts on the characters are translated from a NRK interview from 2016 (between season 2 and 3). I really love her reflections, so I thought I would share it with all of you who doesn’t understand Norwegian. Again, keep in mind I’m danish, so please correct me if I made some wrong translations. Video links for the interview are at the bottom of the post.


Eva

Eva, the main character of Season 1. She’s a bit of an outsider. Her best friend won’t talk to her anymore, but she has her boyfriend Jonas. What is her theme?

Julie: My thought was, or something that repeated itself when I talked to the audience and the girls, was the beginning of high school. The first semester of high school. They talked much about how it is to go from the youth school where you have a circle of friends and you are comfortable and you have spent 3 years trying to find your spot. And then suddenly it all ends. You think that it’s going to be like this for the rest of your life, but then you start at a new school and then you have to start all over again. So, that is really what I wanted to tell about the first semester of high school. Finding a new place in a new community and figure out how to navigate in all the bullshit.

Jonas

And she has a boyfriend, Jonas. What kind of relationship would you say they have?

Julie:Jonas has an idea of how the world is and how it should be. It is very important to him and a big part of his identity. In season 1, Eva does not have the same anchor to hold on to as Jonas has. Particularly in the first season, she is very insecure and she has a boyfriend who just figured everything out.

Is Jonas a support for Eva, or does he make her more insecure than she really is?

Julie: I think both. He is supportive, but he gives her the responsibility of her own life. He does not want to be responsible for her all the time and be the only one she clings to, which of course is unhealthy.

And he is the perfect hipster guy. Among the 16-year-olds you met, were there a lot of Jonas'er out there?

Julie: Before we casted anyone, the characters were written. On paper Jonas was an idealist, and maybe a skater or something. But he was completely different on paper than he turned out to be. We had so many different Jonas candidates. But we use some characteristics from the actors, and Marlon who plays Jonas is very cool and a little hipster, so we used that.

Noora

Eva get some friends and one of them is Noora, who is really the heroine of SKAM. And the plot between Eva and Jonas were like a little warm-up to the story of Noora and Williams.

Julie: Noora and William were the first characters I wrote. And the story I really wanted to tell. But I didn’t want it to happen in Season 1, because I thought they needed a bit of history first. So yes. I do not remember the question.

Noora is very much in love with William, and tries to figure out their relationship. Some think that she starts to lose the feminist strength, that she had in the beginning. What do you think about that?

Julie: I think, first, that if Noora did not have some weaknesses, she could not have had a season. When we wanted to reach the target audience, we also did not want to create ideals which were unattainable. We tried to show the character’s weaknesses as well as strengths. If the audience sees that, they believe that they can be strong as well, despite their weaknesses. If the strong characters can’t handle everything, the audience sees that you’re not weak because of that.

William

William he is both the russe prince and a fuckboy. Some people think, that William manipulates Noora and tells her what to do and think. Can’t he be a bad inspiration for boys watching?

Julie: I think that is how it is with all the characters in SKAM, they have bad sides and they have good sides. The problem with the types of assholes, that William represent, is that they shy away from conflicts and confrontation, or don’t respond to messages or anything. And that is something they can learn from William. He’s very confrontational and faces the conflicts. But he has good and bad sides.

Sana

 What is it that makes Sana a new type of character on Norwegian TV?

Julie: She is very strategic and strong minded. The main point with Sana was to make a character who chooses her own relationship with her religion. She has made her own choices. She is religious and has a strong faith, but the whole cultural package others might try to push on her, she will not be a part of.

When Sana started getting comments on Instagram because of the beer picture, I thought immediately it was the hijab police, and it turned out not to be. Did you try to challenge the prejudices we have?

Julie: Yes. Yes, that could very well be what I tried.


Youtube links for the interview

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4XCZNCVnp0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqJknAdE1xM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRe2GLfjx7g

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=heRkERb8EPc

How them 2000s live actions kids shows be
  • Normal Girl: *internally* I'm just a normal high school girl. I suck at math. I hate my parents. When someone asks me about my opinion on complex socioeconomic issues, I just go "What the heck!?" and start "texting" or something like that. My life would be just like yours, except for one thing: I have an amazing power... I can talk to cetaceans!
  • *at the docks, a bell tolls as our normal protagonist hears the voices of cetaceans bubbling in her mind*
  • Normal Girl: *staring deeply into the ocean*
  • Best Friend: Ahoy! What're you doing?
  • Normal Girl: Just staring into the oceanic abyss, thinking about how much I hate my parents. *internally* I have to keep my ability to speak to cetaceans secret or else... uh...
  • Best Friend: Haha, I feel that, friend. What a colorful life we teens live, our seaside environment awakening a rumbling darkness within ourselves of which we mull on our own with nothing but the unbounding depths of the ocean as our one escape. An escape which serves to only maim our fragile egos with newfound adolescent anxieties.
  • Normal Girl: What are you even talking about?
  • Best Friend: I don't know. I haven't slept in a week. Let's go to the mall.
  • *at the mall*
  • Normal Girl: *internally* My town might as well be called Lamesville. Nothing ever happens here, but the mall can be pretty fun. It's only place in the whole town with anything in it that isn't fish or excessive amounts of woodlice.
  • Best Friend: ...So I'd just dance and I'd dance until my feet broke. When that happened, I'd just get up and dance on my broken feet. And I did this until they were raw and blood was everywhere. I kept waking up in the morning extremely exhausted after this dream. I decided to record myself one night and it turns out I was dancing in my sleep. I haven't slept since I saw that. *leans in close to the normal girl* I'm afraid of what I'll do in my sleep.
  • Normal Girl: Wow, sounds weird... I guess. *sips coffee*
  • Best Friend: OMIGAWD! It's Chad Alphakid. He's coming this way!
  • *the normal girl and her best friend squee*
  • Normal Girl: *externally* That's Chad Alphakid. Who is he? He's only the hottest most coolest boy in this entire lame city. I've been crushing on him since I was like twelve.
  • Chad: Uh, okay.
  • Normal Girl: Did I just say that out loud!?
  • Chad: *sits at the table* Listen, I don't care what you or your friend think of me. I need help!
  • Best Friend: Have you murdered somebody?
  • Normal Girl: Do you need a girlfriend?
  • Chad: No, it's the ocean. The sound of her waves crashing against the shore is like a faultless siren song. There isn't a single night where I don't have visions of floating within her cold embrace. The allure of her boundless depths beckon to me like a lover. I'm afraid that if I don't get help soon, I'll find myself taken away by her to a fate unknown.
  • Normal Girl: *internally* Great, this is a chance to finally use my power to speak to cetaceans to my benefit! *externally* But why do you need us to help you?
  • Chad: You guys are the biggest fucking degenerate weirdos in this washed up town. If anyone knows how to deal with this, it's you two.
  • Best Friend: Haha, truuuuuu!
  • Normal Girl: I'm not a weirdo! I'm a completely normal girl.
  • Chad: Dude, you fucking talk to fish.
  • Best Friend: You do talk to fish.
  • Normal Girl: I don't talk to fish! *internally* I talk to cetaceans, they're mammals, not fish. Also, that's supposed to be a secret, dammit!
  • *at the shore*
  • Chad: Ah, Mother Ocean! Take me!! Take me!!! *attempts to run into the ocean, but gets held back by the normal girl and her best friend*
  • Best Friend: Simmer down, aqualad!
  • Chad: Why did you fools take me here, if not to release into the embrace of sweet Mother Ocean!?
  • Normal Girl: We talked it over and we decided that the best way to get you over your obsession is make you hate the ocean.
  • Chad: Does it involve you talking to fish?
  • Normal Girl: Yes, I mean no. I mean, fuck! Cetaceans aren't fish.
  • *the normal girl sits at the edge of shore, her eyes rolls up in her head as she proceeds to make fucked up porpoise sounds*
  • Normal Girl: *falls over limp*
  • Best Fried: She died.
  • Chad: Does this mean that I'm free to wade into Mother Ocean and meet my fate among her ever chaotic waes?
  • Best Friend: *lets chad go* Yeah, dude. I'm too far gone to care about things anymore.
  • Chad: *strips off all of his clothes* Good. I now understand that there was no avoiding this. This was always a forgone conclusion. My fate is with the waves. Sayonara, weird best friend guy.
  • Chad: *runs into the ocean*
  • Best Friend: *kicks the normal girl's body* Guess she really is dead.
  • Best Friend: *walks home as the night encroaches* My closest friend is dead, and Chad is probably dead too. I wonder where my fate lies?
  • Best Friend: *yawns* Maybe I should go to sleep and just dance myself to death finally. No, I don't think I could go to sleep even if I wanted to anymore. I'm probably going to die from exhaustion in the next few days, not having felt rest or comfort again. Or maybe I'll just stay awake forever. I feel like I was supposed to have an epiphany here, or some type of awakening. But, there's nothing. I feel like everything I've ever done has been pointless. God, I'm just really tired.
  • *back at the shore*
  • Porpoise: *beaches itself*
  • *a gray fleshy version of the normal girl crawls halfway out of the porpoises mouth*
  • Normal Girl: There goes my corpse! *drags her weird porpoise body towards the corpse* Why did I die with such a dumb expression on my face? Lame! I hope Chad didn't see.
  • Normal Girl: *looks around with beady eyes* No one's here. I can finally do this.
  • Normal Girl: *kisses her dead body on the lips* Blargh!
  • Normal Girl: *spits out blood* I bit my tongue when I died. Gross. I guess I can cross making out with my dead body and becoming a mermaid off of my bucket list, though.
  • Normal Girl: *sighs*
Close as Strangers: Chapter 3

Close as Strangers: Chapter 3

Word count: 7.4k

Genre: High School au, angst

onetwo 


It was about ten when you went and grabbed a water from the kitchen. Thank god they had these for the designated drivers. You had enjoyed drinking but you wanted to talk and get answers from Jungkook and that was probably better if you were sober. Then again maybe one drink would help calm your nerves.

You had only seen Yoongi a couple of times, always with Jimin. Jimin was showing Yoongi off like it was his job. Yoongi, you could tell, was getting pretty drunk. With Yoongi being around Jimin, girls had started to flock to him. Which you found quite funny because Yoongi had only ever had one girlfriend and Jimin had, had many. So Yoongi was a little out of his element.

The last time you saw Yoongi though, he had been very drunk and making out with his ex, Cindy. You couldn’t wait to tell him that in the morning.

Keep reading

alright well idk about the rest of you but I never needed anything more than the chance to finally see my matsu sons in high school uniforms

my body is so ready for this upcoming event

Let’s talk about Dustin.

They could’ve easily made him the stereotypical “chubby friend” who just loves food, says dumb things for comedic effect, and is one who gets picked on by the rest of his friends.  This trope is so common in films about groups of young friends, guys or girls, mostly young and high school aged.  But they didn’t do that.

This kid is smart.  He has an imagination.  He’s open to all possibilities.  He’s observant - he’s the one who noticed the compasses.  

Yeah he brought food for their excursion, but not because he’s obsessed with it or he brought it all for himself.  He was being logical.  If they were gone for a while or doing anything strenuous, yeah they’d need energy.  Candy, chips, fruit, and trail mix.  

The only thing he gets made fun of for is his lack of front teeth, and it’s only by the two bullies at school.  His friends aren’t “pity friends”.  

tl;dr Dustin is the most beautiful little cinnamon roll