I want to do a romance RP. Nothing mature though. I have a few ideas. :)
I'm up for it.
Okay, here are a couple of my ideas. :)
1. A pair of childhood friends, closer than brother and sister. They play every day in the woods or on the playground. But then, one day, one of them never shows up again. They're gone, without saying goodbye. Years later, they meet each other again.
2. A girl is preg.nant with her boyfriend's child, and he has left her because of it. She meets a guy and they fall in love while she struggles to figure out her life and try to hide the preg.nancy from the guy she likes because she's afraid he won't love her.
Both are really good ideas, but I like the first one the best. I'm a sucker for love between childhood friends. XD
Heh. Me too. *proudly holds up engagement ring* Would it kill anyone if I said I wanted to be the girl?
Aw. Congrats. :D Sure. Take it as a pre-wedding gift.
Thank you. :) We're both very pleased. ^-^ So...is it the boy or the girl who leaves one day and doesn't come back?
I'll use a random number generator. 1 is the boy, 2 is the girl........
And the girl it is.
Alright then. The girl moves away without ever saying goodbye as a child and moves back in high school? Post your skellie, and I'll post mine. Basic stuff, name, age, appearance, personality, bio. That kinda thing. ^-^
Name- Aaron Hoftschild
Appearance- Aaron is average for his age in height. He's very lanky and doesn't have much fat or muscle. He hair is dark brown and cut short, and he usually sports the usual jeans and t-shirt.
Personality- Aaron is kind of melancholy, not really depressed but always having a bit of sadness hanging around him. He's very kind and willing to help people out, but he's awkward and doesn't really know how to form connections with people.
Bio- Aaron has lived in the same towwn for years. His parents were middle-class, not poor but not rich. He was always pretty lonely after his friend left, and he can't help but hold a grudge against her for leaving.
((I have to go after this. :( But I'll be back later.))
Name: Amanda "Mandy" Harmon
Appearance: Mandy is short, always has been and always will be, at 4'11". She has pale skin and black hair that has been cut very short, in a short boy's haircut. She has wide, chocolate colored eyes and long eyelashes. She has three piercings in her left ear and two in her right. She always wears loose, long sleeved shirts and hoodies to hide all the scars along her arms (some are self inflicted, others are not...) and tattered jeans that are way too big for her, and a pair of heavy black boots. Her clothes are usually all black or dark gray.
Personality: Mandy seems quite cheerful and happy for someone who appears so dark. She is always smiling, a big, easy grin. She never appears to take anything seriously, but looks can be quite deceiving...
Bio: Mandy was born in the small town, but she and her mother were frequently beat by her father. It was a secret. One night, her mother took her away to a new town to escape the abuse and they were never heard of again until they came back after her father's disappearance.
((Alright. I'll be on from now to 10-11 o'clock tonight.))
((Okay, I'm back. :) I shall start it up now.))
Mandy shifted her backpack on her shoulders, swallowing hard. She nervously reached up to scratch the back of her neck, just staring at the school doors. She took a deep breath.
It had been a long time since she had last seen those school doors. A long, long time.
Once upon a time, she would ride past those school doors on her training wheeled bike, long hair dangling down her back. All of it with him. They would laugh and wonder what it was like at the big kid's school.
But now, things had changed.
She took another deep breath, and walked in.
Aaron shouldered his way through the large, slow mass of people, going over his schedule. He always went over his schedule, even though it never changed. Gym, English, Math, World History, Chemistry, go home, do homework, sleep. Occasionally he would go to the park and sit there, thinking of all the memories he had. The ones with her. But thinking about her just made him angry, and he wasn't used to feeling much these days.
Mandy made her way through the crowds, shuffling through uneasily. She still smiled and grinned, as usual, hiding her unease behind her happy mask. She got jostled by these people, these strangers. Had she known any of them before? She didn't know. Not any more. She was a stranger here.
Was he going to this school? Duh. Most likely. It was the only high school in this town.
She swallowed hard, and started to move towards her first class.
Finally he made it to his. He walked into the locker room (thank god no one was in here yet) and changed into the shorts and shirt required of everyone in the class. They were going to play a team game to day. How fun. Getting picked last and then having all attention on you as you epically fail at all things sports-related. If he could find a way to graduate without taking the class, he would. He sat down on the bleachers and waited for the rest of the kids to show up.
Mandy looked nervously at her paper schedule. She had Gym right off. That was perfect. Starting the day--her first day--with the humiliation of Gym was just perfect. She sighed a little, stomach twisting nervously. She took a deep breath and started to follow the map she had been given to the girl's locker room.
She frowned uneasily at the shorts and t-shirt that was part of regulation. It made her tug nervously at the long sleeves of her hoodie. Long sleeves that were hiding the scars that glared up from her pale skin.
She stared at it for a moment longer before tossing them aside before going into the gym. She could always pretend she didn't know they had to wear them.
She was the new girl, after all.
Some girl walked out of the locker room out of the other side of the gym. Most people usually weren't ready yet. Aaron squinted, trying to get a better look at her. Something about her was familiar, yet different. He just couldn't place it.he knew he hadn't senen her in class before. Actually,he hadn't seen her anywhere before. She must be someone new, which explained the different part. But Aaron just couldn't place what it was about her that looked like something he knew. He scowled. He hated getting stuck on things like this. He knew he would be insanely curious now until he found out.
Mandy stood off to the side, waiting in nervous silence. She had let her smile fade a little, but it didn't fall away entirely. She never let the mask fall.
She slid her hands into her pockets, keeping them there. They twitched nervously, but she would never let that show.
She reached up to run a hand over her short, short hair, looking around the gym.
Aaron stood completely still, hoping he wasn't seen. He had no idea how this girl dealt with strangers. Some people liked to come right up talk to him, like they were old friends. He hated that. Mainly because he was so bad at making small talk. He focused his eyes on the basketball hoop. They better not play basketball today. Out of all the sports, this was the one he sucked the most at.