((Sorry for taking so long, life has been busy for me
"That's just the way the world works. Nothing neither of us can do about that." Bailey let out in a sigh as she fidgeted with the strap of her bag a little. While she did get exasperated by the attitudes of some of her peers, she didn't do anything to fight against it. There really was no reason for her to do so. She didn't get any benefit out of doing so and in the worst case scenario, she could end up like Maxim. After his cafeteria incident, he had been on the receiving end of a whole lot of abuse. While she did like taking risks, she didn't want that to happen to her.
"I personally really don't care about stuff like that. I guess I'd better thank my parents for that. In any case, I don't fight against my friends when they discriminate. While it is despicable of me, I have to keep up my appearances and all. I can't always do what I want to do." Bailey confided in Jonathan, her face frowning a little at the thought. She hated just stand there and watch people get discriminated, but she was one of the popular students. It was something she had to do.
At that moment, the bell rung to signal the end of lunch.
"Well that lunch time went by quickly." Bailey exclaimed as she stood up and dusted her clothes a little. She readjusted her bag as she mentally prepared herself for the rest of school. Only a few more lessons until she could go home. That thought made her smile as she turned to Jonathan.
"It is time we bid farewell my friend. I must admit, I did enjoy this conversation a lot. If you ever need want to talk to me, don't hesitate to do so. I don't mind at all." Bailey told him as she gave him a friendly smile. With that, she turned away from him and began to walk to her next class. She gave an air of confidence as she walked away.
It was then that she thought of an idea.
((Bailey Williams continued elsewhere...))