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Wyatt looks both ways down the hall before taking his hand off Abaynesh's collar. "You get me a strawberry rhubarb," he started in a hushed, near-whisper, "and expect nobody to give you tough shit for the next two weeks. They give you shit, you tell me. And you better be tellin' me with a cupcake in your hands."Somersault wrote:Keisha and Wyatt are both athletes, (and Keisha's also a cheerleader), and so she's also fairly popular, so she'd probably be left alone? Kelly is kinda nerdy, but also kinda popular, so idk. Abaynesh might be a target of bullying, although maybe Wyatt is appeased with a bribe of freshly-baked goods?
Justin may be the only person who knows that Keisha LOVES country music, and so they might bond over that. But, if he mentions any of it in public, she will throw him to the gossip wolves.
Dude. Duuuuuuuude. I'm pretty excited to see about Wyatt and Ivy as well, because I've got no idea. Candidates for prom king/queen in a volatile relationship? Who knows. Ian would be a lot straightforward: team camaraderie is paramount for Wyatt and he doesn't intend to make waves and fuck up the team's chances of a championship, but he's also a renowned hothead on the field, something that even Wyatt's twin and the kid Wyatt respects most, Bret, isn't safe from. And I'm glad Ivy would spare Justin. I mean, he's a sweetie. Don't wanna hurt his feelings!wrote:Wyatt: Ian's on the football team and generally friends/friendly with the whole group, but he also doesn't have much of a spine and would probably find Wyatt mildly terrifying. Wyatt may or may not tell him he's a pussy to his face. I doubt Dante or Axel would be particularly on his radar and he's one of the rare people Nia would actively avoid, her being very much a nerd in the intellectual sense and at least mildly interested in most things that would piss Wyatt off. I'd actually be super interested to know how Wyatt and Ivy would interact. He's an alpha jock, she's an alpha bitch. He puts people in trash cans, she torments them psychologically. Truly a perfect match.
Justin: I don't really think any of my kids would interact with him much, but Ivy makes a point of not targeting musicians, easy targets though they might be, so he's safe. Ian probably knows him in passing just cause he's a nice dude who talks to everyone.