I want to do a romance RP. Nothing mature though. I have a few ideas. :)
I'm up for it.
Both are really good ideas, but I like the first one the best. I'm a sucker for love between childhood friends. XD
Aw. Congrats. :D Sure. Take it as a pre-wedding gift.
I'll use a random number generator. 1 is the boy, 2 is the girl........
And the girl it is.
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.
((Alright. I'll be on from now to 10-11 o'clock tonight.))
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.
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.
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.
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.
He saw the girl wave at him, and he let out a sigh. He knew it was rude to just sit there so he waved back with a tiny motion of his hand. He tried to keep human interaction to a minimum these days, but he knew sometimes it couldn't be helped. Aaron thought about calling out to her, maybe saying hello, but she was still over on the other side of the gym. He wasn't sure if he could still yell that loudly. ((I'm very tired right now and probably won't stay awake to answer your next post. Just a warning.))
He tensed up, feeling himself trying to shrivel up into a ball. She was a little creepy, the way she was moving towards him like that. It was almost like she was studying him. He quickly glanced over to where she was standing. He was starting to figure out who she was. He could almost feel it.
Mandy. He would have known the voice anywhere, even though it had matured a little since he had last heard it. "Mandy. Your name is Mandy isn't it?" He said, clenching his teeth.
"What are you doing back?" He said, unable to keep most of the venom out of his voice. It was petty, he knew that. It was a long time ago, and they had been young. But to never once say goodbye. They were best friends. She was pretty much his world. It was cruel, and he had a hard time letting go of his grudge against her for it.
He snorted. "I can see that. Surprised you still know how to talk." He was being a huge jerk. He saw how she shrank back at his words, almost like she was scared. Aaron had waited far too long to say this though, and he needed to get it out.
The rest of the kids poured into class, cutting her off. He glared before descending the bleachers. "Save it. Just save it Mandy." After all these years, she just shows up, arrriving just how she left. With no warning. At least they were in gym class. Not much talking went on in here if you weren't on the same team as someone.
Aaron huffed. She was mocking him with that smile, he knew it. To think his biggest worry had only been what sport they would be playing a few minutes ago. How much life could change for the worse in a few minutes astounded him. If only Mandy would just leave, like the first time she did.
Aaron felt a pang of guilt when he looked at her face. She looked ready to cry. "Man up," he thought. "You did what you had to do." He stood in the line to be picked for teams, trying to avoid her eyes.
Aaron felt a pang in his chest as the memories of them together came flooding back. They had been so happy. All those times swinging on the swings, picking flowers (not his favorite, but she liked it so he went along), swimming at the pool. All were probably the only actual fond memories he had of his childhood so far. He almost felt like apoligizing and asking for her forgiveness. It wouldn't accomplish anything, though. They would never go back to those care-free days.