"Aw crap!!" Marcus thought as he ran through the hallway, tightly gripping his school books in one hand, while attempting to eat a poorly assembled Bacon Sandwich with the other. He rushed past other students, attempting to make his way down the usually busy and crowded hallways that existed in George Forreeman High. It was the first day of school, and already he was late for the first class. The bell had already rung and the students crowding the halls were all heading towards their other classes. "You honestly couldn't have waited to buy that Les Paul until AFTER school!! Now, your late, and to make matters worse, you haven't even got what you need for today!! Grrreeeaaaat job, Marcus. Why don't you just try to spank an aggressive Arabian Tiger for your next brilliant plan?
Marcus was never really impressed with his actions, especially if they resulted in him being picked on/pointed out/humiliated in front of many people. Unfortunately, rushing through a crowded hallway like a maniac wasn't the best idea if he wanted to keep a low profile. Near a set of lockers where Marcus could clearly see a couple passionately making out, he made a hard right, sending some of the papers in his hands flying across the hall, where they landed on the ground or on other students, who looked at him with slight disgust (the makeout couple didnt care and showed no sign of his apperance) He shoved the last of the sandwich into his mouth, and hurriedly began chewing, attempting to get it down his throat before he got to class. Finally, he could see the doorway in the distance: English Room 2046. The hallway was clear (from what he saw) and in one last burst of energy, began scrambling towards the door, thrusting his now useable right arm in the direction of the brass doorknob. ALMOST THERE MARCUS, ALMOST...
Lolly sat in her desk playing with her pencil. she twirled it in her thumbs as Mr.Sut commented and taught on the correct placement of semi-solons. Lolly stared into space at the door when suddenly a shadow started running towards it. Anything to get Mr.Sut to stop groaning on was good. Lolly quickly raised her hand and said "Someone's at the door". Mr. Sut stopped with his lesson and opened the door quickly. This movement brought some of the teenagers that were practically falling asleep back to reality at least slightly.It seemed though that Lolly had informed Mr.Sut of the visitor to soon ,as he opened the door for someone who wasn't there yet. The boy looked to have been just baely reaching for the door handle. Thats what Lolly guessed anyway seeing as he was moving so fast all you saw was a flash of the green and black of the boys school uniform.
Lolly's curiosity was pulled when she realized that she hadn't seen this guy before. she wasn't sure if maybe she had never come in contact with him ,or that he was a new student. Saint serpent was a very popular private school but new people didn't exactly show up everyday.Lolly quickly fixed a misplaced bang of her bangs. Her ponytails stuck out from the sides of her head on end with the anticipation of meeting this new student. He looked a little quirky which gave Lolly hope seeing as most of the people at her school were more dull then a sack of rocks. Lolly swears the only thing that kept her going is her two friends and making jokes about the fact that she's a catholic highschooler with a uniform and everything.Funny thing about that is that most of the girls here were just like regular girls at a regular highschool except they were all sluts. Lolly guessed they just couldn't help it. I mean if you are raised by the social media to be presumed a slut you'll probably turn into one sooner or later. Lolly guess she was one ,but she didn't know it. Like a secret she kept from herself.
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(I hope the whole private school,hair change, and making pretty much all other girls sluts is okay)
((Yeah. That's totatally fine. I wasn't sure what kind of high school this was anyways, so I just blatantly put something out there))
As Marcus traces for the doorknob, the door was suddenly flung open by a tall, lanky Asian man with big goofy professor glasses and a brown coat. For a minute Marcus asked himself "Is that Dr. Who?" but his mind was set on something else almost entirely: STOPPING. Marcus speed past the open doorway, rushed past the desks where many students sat, including a girl with ponytails he could've sworn was looking directly at him, and as he attempted a sudden halt, his feet leapt off the ground, and sent him spiralling face-first into one of the many classroom bookshelves. The class suddenly erupted with a mix of laughter and shock (but mostly laughter) as Mark pulled himself off the ground, rubbing the part of his face that had directly made contact with the shelf, which was a slightly notable lump. He stood up slowly, grabbing his books, utensils and backpack, and turned to Mr. Sut.
"Um.. Hi. I-I'm Marcus Robertson. I'm new to your class this semester... Wait, hang on, I've got a note somewhere... Aha!! Marcus exclaimed, as he pulled out a small and insanely crumpled piece of blue-note paper that was commonly used by the school. Mr. Sut read the note and looked back t Marcus. "Alright then Marcus. I'm Mr. Sut. Welcome to Saint Serpent." Mr. Sut then turned to the classroom, placing his hand on Mark's shoulder. "Everyone," he said rather loudly. "This is Marcus. He just moved from Georgetown and this is his first year at Saint Serpent, so I want you all to make him feel at home here." From out of the crowd, a paper-snowball was thrown at Marcus, to which he replied "I feel at home already". He nodded at Mr. Sut, and after apologizing for being late, he looked around for a seat. Most of the class's prime-learning seats had been taken... Except one, which was next to a curious looking girl with ponytails. Wait, Marcus thought, as he walked over to the vacant desk and took a seat, still slightly looking at the girl with a very well concealed raised eyebrow (luckily, he hadn't gotten a haircut for a few weeks, so his hair was slightly and shaggy)Is she the girl who was staring at me before?
Lolly rolled her eyes at the students laughter. Poor guy. Ah man I feel kinda bad now. Then again if Mr.Sut hadn't opened the door he might of just slammed into it. Lolly smirked at his reply to the paper throwing. It sounded like something Lolly would say. Once he took a seat next to her she turned back towards Mr.Sut who went on with his lesson. Lolly took a few quick glances at him that were rather well hidden. She pulled a piece of paper from her bag that was in a perfect square. Lolly started folding. Turning the paper flipping it. When she was finally done she wrote something in the folded figure. Not using much aim Lolly flicked the small now paper tardis at the boy. She hoped he even knew what that was. The paper was a perfect tardis blue with an almost exact model of the light at the top of the tardis.
Lolly turned back to Mr.Sut waiting for the boy's reply to don't blink,don't even blink you blink and your dead. Lolly thought her little quote was rather funny. Referencing the angles of doctor who to highschool students. Then again if he has no idea what doctor who is he's gonna think I'm really weird.....Oh Well.
Marcus felt a small flick against his hand, and saw a small piece of folded up paper beside his right hand. He glanced around slightly, and opened the note, staring at the image in disbelief. There, on the sheet, was a perfectly drawn and well-schemed out Tardis. Marcus raised and eyebrow, and looked around, making it look like he was stretching his neck to find out who in the class had passed him the note, and who was a Doctor Who fan. He glanced over to a gothic looking boy, then to a blonde girl who chatted tirelessly with her friends, and then towards a large and acne-ridden boy who smelled like sweat. Suddenly, in the corner of his eye, he saw the girl siting beside him glance over at him quickly, and then turned her attention back to Mr. Sut. Marcus knew at that moment that she had passed him the letter
S-She knows about Dr. Who? Marcus thought, glancing at her, before drawing on the back of the paper. Well, I certainly HOPE so, because if I reply and she has no idea what I'm talking about, I'm gonna embarrass myself more then I already have today. He quickly finished his drawing and slid the re-folded paper over to her. On the back of the sheet, he had drawn a Dalek screaming its famous yell "ELIMANTE!! EXTERMINATE!!". Unfortunately, Mark wasn't an art student, and his Dalek looked like a trash can with a few holes in it, a toilet plunger in it's head and a large stick coming out of it's centre. Without hesitation, Marcus took his attention back to Mr. Sut, who said something about how to properly write a paragraph, which was something Marcus already knew and was painful to be taught again.
Lolly picked up the sheet lightly opening it with careful fingers. Lolly snickered to herself when she saw the small Dalek. Atleast that's what she thought it was. Lilly pulled out a blue pen and wrote 'so Eceltson, Tennant, Smith, or other?'. Lolly re folded the sheet quietly. Lolly normally wasn't one to pass notes. The folding and unfolding of paper always made her worry she would be to loud ,and she would draw the teachers attention.Lolly tossed the paper back to him swiftfully. Lolly turned her head to look at the large clock. She just had to survive two more minuets and then she could actually talk to him. Lolly wondered if she would be his first friend at the school. She always wanted to be domaines first friend. There are some perks that come with it. Such as getting to show them around the schoOl and makignfun of others before they make fun of you.
Marcus grabbed the paper again, looking down and chuckling slightly at the question written on it. He circled "Tennant" and wrote underneath "Dalek vs Weeping Angel vs Cybermen. Who would win?" And under Tennant, he drew a poorly made version of his favourite companion, K-9. He heard Mr. Sut clear his throat and leapt in his seat, hitting his legs on the desk rather loudly. "Is there something you want to share with the class, Mr. Robertson?" Mr. Sut asked. Marcus rubbed his legs in pain, holding up a spare sheet of paper he had written notes on before. "J-just taking.. Notes, sir." Mr Sut nodded and resumed the lesson. Marcus heard some more chuckles from the chatty girls, and blushed in embarrassment. He then finished the note and flung it back to the girl beside him, and returning his attention to the class, before looking at her again and smiling. He looked at the clock. Only a few more minutes until class is over... Maybe she'll want to talk to me or something after the bell. She seems nice, and she's obviously a fan of Dr. Who... I get the feeling that things are gonna go well from here.
Lolly looked at the question and started to think. Before being able to give a reply the bell rang. Lolly was so deep in thought over the subject that it threw her off guard. Her pencil flew out of her hand and hit a blonde haired girl in the face. She scoffed at the occurrence and broke the pencil throwing it on the floor. Lolly rolled her eyes at the threatening gesture. She would probably pay for it later. That particular girl looked all rainbows ,but was almost suspended for getting in a fight last year. Lolly stood up from her desk ,and she turn toward the new kid. "so what's your name" Lolly asked happily. She grabbed her small back Pack and slung t over her shoulder her pig tails bouncing slightly.
Marcus gathered up his things, just as the bell rung and turned to see the girl he sat beside talking to him "Uh.. I'm Marcus." he said, smiling slightly at her. This was the first time in a while that a girl (aside from his mom or step-sister) had actually talked to him willingly. He didn't mind the company, infact, it was nice being able to talk to someone new, dispite the fact he had met her only a few short minutes ago. Marcus slung his backpack over his shoulder and turned towards her, still smiling. He extended his hand, almost awaiting a handshake. "A-and you are?"