"A #2 pencil and a dream can take you anywhere."
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Jessica "Jess" Jones.
Jessica can be considered a bit strange. She's very a much a history buff, usually being able to hold a conversation best when discussing the past. She makes the occasional references to the past, quoting someone important from way back when. She considers herself quite smart and sometimes, it shows. She can come off quite big-headed and egotistical without even meaning too. She's just proud of herself and wants to show everybody her knowledge, which makes her the show-off type. She's a rational thinker, always thinking the problem through before taking action, and because of thinking like this all her life, she's never really been involved in a physical fight. A couple verbal which ended with her being the better person and turning her cheek but nothing that required throwing fists. The only time she argues is when she debates with other history buffs or something of the like. She isn't quiet in the least, always saying something, even if it's pointless. She believes silence is only for the library and classroom. She enjoys talking and is a socialist, believing humans cannot live without interaction. She can be awkward, considering she'll try to fill silence by saying something pointless and considered stupid, but she doesn't get shy or embarrassed easily. She's had a couple of boyfriends before and so she's experienced in that field and can even be called a flirt at times around boys she likes. She can be a emotional person with her softer feelings but she's very good at hiding those things. She prefers to not talk about her problems, not wanting to burden others with her issues, and so she keeps most of her issues inside and deals with them by herself, if she can handle it. She usually has a smile on her face, though, no matter what.
Visiting new places.
Teaching people things.
Being told she doesn't know much about history.
Being pushed to do things.
Being from America, she's studying abroad for the first semester but she's decided that if she likes it enough, she'll take an extra semester, even though the program she's attending won't cover it.
She grows sad when she speaks of home but she enjoys talking about it nonetheless.
She's majoring in history.