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Why is she insisting Ruth hasn't moved on?
It could be wishful thinking on her part, or something that happened off page during the timeskip.
Sapphic relationships are a new thing she has claimed for herself and pinned hrr identity to, until she gets more secure I imagine she feels the need for them to be ambiguously good things.
Trouble is, Becky being insecure about something and so massively over compensating with petty shallow full-of-herself antics while making no progress to actually achieve any security is her THING.
I mean, she's not wrong, if the Booster Psych Dissection during that hall meeting a while (real-time) back is any indication.
But...how does she know Ruth hasn't moved on, is my question.
The first is that Jennifer knows Ruth and her hangups
And the second, I assume, is Jennifer projecting.
Edited by tclittle on Feb 28th 2021 at 8:52:06 AM
Seems to us like she's saying Ruth hasn't moved on because Ruth didn't drop the class.
The fact that she also didn't drop the class... well, y'know, she's still gotta blame Ruth.
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No, Becky. No.
Becky has my pitty
The obvious solution here is Becky needs to drop the class before they team up to kill her.
All according to keikaku
So she is aware that those two are a romantic dumpster fire.
I under estimated you Becky. Keep this up and I'll call it character development.
Oh yeah, that's a thing she does.
Ok, fair play to you, Becky and Willis. That was actually really good.
Okay, yeah, that was unexpected. Well done to all!
I must admit, I actually laughed out loud at that one.
Now we wait for this to end up with the two getting back together again.
I continue to wait to see how they broke up
Weird it seems like Ruth is the one who did the relationship breaking fuck up, you'd be sure that it would be Jennifer.
Well, Ruth was taking medication and therapy for her psychological problems, which may have made her more lucid, realizing that the relationship was no good. It also could be that the side effects made her loopy enough to call things off during an episode and they've never resolved it.
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