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Aiden O'Neil
Something that is surprisingly dull
Sat Jul 30, 2016 16:43
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Aiden stood waiting at the meet point for Joella Curtis to join him. Aiden knew her from classes and such but had never really spoken to her until they became Prefects and had to monitor the corridors together. As the year went on, he found himself enjoying her company and he could understand why Joella was so popular amongst the student body.

She was late today though, so he was waiting a little longer than usual for her to arrive. This meant that he had more time to sit there and fret about his feeling regarding a certain someone and that was time he wasn't ready to commit to.

Joella finally did appear and Aiden gave her a big grin, "Oh, you missed the usual. I stopped a duel, broken up an illegal potions exchange, and saved the school of a hostile take over." Aiden replied easily. He pushed himself off the wall and began his duties with her. "I take it you were wrestling a dragon?"

  • Prefect duties (tag: Aiden)Joella Curtis, Sat Jul 30 16:21
    Joella was back at school and had chosen to keep herself even busier than ever to keep her mind off things so she could stay focused on preparing for her CATS (which she wasn't really doing despite... more
    • Something that is surprisingly dull — Aiden O'Neil, Sat Jul 30 16:43
      • We can get through this together.Joella, Sat Jul 30 17:13
        Aiden was great! He had a sense of humour and that was the most important quality a person could have, in Joella's perfectly valid opinion. Although that didn't mean she failed to appreciate his good ... more
        • Will we be the new Wonder Twins?Aiden , Sat Jul 30 19:17
          The one thing that Aiden could say about Joella was that she wasn't nearly as stuffy as some Pureblood girls that he had met in his. He half wondered if that was a Pecari trait to have for Purebloods ... more
          • Joella smiled ruefully at what Aiden was saying. "That's fifth year for you I guess," she commented, believing that she could totally relate more than she probably did. "Oh yes, the ball," if he read ... more
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