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Current Back after a long hiatus.
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3 yrs ago
NaNoWriMo time means my time is limited. RPs might not be as active as usual.
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3 yrs ago
Searching for RPs once more
3 yrs ago
Hiding from adult responsibilities...
4 yrs ago
I have returned

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Author of 4 published books.
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Lover of pokemon, Doctor Who, Harry Potter and more.
British, single, gay, male.
Once compared to a really nice cake.

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Alex's phone vibrated in his pocket as he exited his last class of the day. The feeling startled him a little. He was not accustomed to receiving messages, he only really used his phone for games and in case of emergencies. He read the text and smiled a little to himself. He quickly text back.

Sure, see you there.

He wasn't entirely sure what the protocol was for group projects, considering he had never actually done one. He wondered if Delphine would take charge, or if she would expect him to. Where would they meet up for discussions? How would they split the project? What would he do with the extra time he had by not doing all the work himself? He started to get a little dizzy and so took a deep breath. "First thing's first." He whispered to himself as he headed to the school gate.
That sounds fantastic, it would definitely speed things up a bit
Absolutely no worries :)
Alex returned to a seat on his own, plugging in his earphones and flipping open a book as he happily began his lunch. Had he... made a friend? It was a strange feeling, something that wasn't entirely unfamiliar, but he was definitely out of practice. He quickly took his phone out of his pocket and looked at the number in his phone. Delphine Nixon. The one contact he had who wasn't a relative, work or his doctor. He put his phone away again and continued reading his book. "A fresh start." He whispered to himself before sipping his drink. Let's hope this time it goes better. He thought.
Alex nodded. "Do you want to swap phone numbers or something? Just in case we need to get in touch with each other about the project?" He asked. Alex was the type to have a contingency plan for his contingency plan. He always thought ahead. He genuinely wanted to trade numbers in case one of them had to cancel last minute. He was the type to have two separate power banks in his bag, and one in his locker, just in case. Though he had never been a boy scout, he was still enthralled by the "always be prepared" attitude toward life in general.
Just wanted to give you a heads up that you may be waiting a bit longer for a reply from me. My brain is kinda mushed from being sick (I have the flu), I've spent like the last 3 days asleep more than awake. Hopefully I'll get back to you soon.
Alex shook his head. "I appreciate the offer, and I know you mean well, but I'd just be an anxious mess." He chuckled lightly. "I do much better on my own. And before you say anything, don't worry about me. People have introducing me to people before, but I'm just naturally a loner. I enjoy my own company and other people tend to make me anxious. To be honest you're one of the few people I'm not very anxious around, and that's pretty strange considering how I don't really know you... well at all really." He shrugged. "If you want to work on the group project together though I don't mind. It'd be interesting to have someone else's input for a change."
Alex shook his head. "I don't do well with group projects. Usually I just do all the work myself then find a group who are woefully under-prepared for the deadline, and give them my work to present while I stand there as if I'd been part of a group all along. It's a flawed system but it works for me." He shrugged. "I don't really do the whole... people thing. I'm actually a little uncomfortable talking to you right now." He admitted.
Alex had been walking toward the cafeteria with his headphones on, trying to ignore the animalistic attitudes of his fellow classmates, when a tap on his shoulder surprised him. He took his headphones off as Delphine approached him and his eyes widened. He shrugged. "I am actually not working this evening." Her question had surprised him so much he had forgotten to protest the idea of socialising outside of school. Or within school for that matter. He was more curious as to what she would say next. "I work 2 evenings a week and every other weekend. I need time for homework." He chuckled, before realising that he was oversharing.
Sure :)
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