I kinda see Mary Sue as a Defrosting Ice Queen
. I doubt that she has many friends due to her newspaper column, "Sue's News." As far as relationships are concerned:
Andrew: "Typical Jock. I'm not surprised. Everyone wants to know what he's going to do with himself now that he's been kicked off the team. This reporter is hoping that he gets his act together in time for the next season. The football team desperately needs another State Championship.
Joseph: "The duality that he expresses, being a history buff and jock, is intriguing. Despite his injury last season, he continues playing soccer. You have to respect someone like that."
Kyle: "What can I say about this delinquent that people don't already know? He doesn't talk much, he gets into fights, and occasionally skips out on school. This reporter wonders if there isn't more to Kyle than meets the eye. After all, that's how it is in the movies..."
Rick: "Highly intellectual. Spends a lot of time in the weight room (God only knows why...), not that this reporter is complaining...
. He's been known to open doors for ladies, including this reporter. Is possessed of a love for the arts, which a majority of this school's population is sorely lacking. If only he'd speak up for himself once in a while."
Anne-Marie: "This reporter finds this particular Quebecois interesting. Skilled fencer, literary buff, friendly, the list goes on. This reporter has read Mr. Chevalier's work (a copy was left in her locker by a mysterious stranger), and she has to say: It's not bad. I may make the effort to read more. It's better that that Elliot Haynes tripe by far..."
Alice: "There are rumors that Alice belongs to some kind of cult, and this reporter won't attempt to confirm or deny, but she has to admit, it would explain alot. How can someone be so cheerful and positive all the time
? There's definitely something going on here."
edited 5th Oct '11 6:41:40 AM by KarlKadaver
Give the world the best you have and you will get kicked in the teeth. Give the world the best you have anyway.