Kenneth Wilson
Alohaaaa-aa-a-ah What are we doing?
Wed Feb 19, 2014 21:45

Kenneth Wilson wasn't lazy, no. He...just liked to conserve energy. Yeah, conserve energy. And why would anyone who was against the deplorable wasting of energy seen in the world today wake up longer than twenty minutes before he had to? He wouldn't. Which is why Kenneth strolled into Professor Clarke's classroom a second before the bell, old blue Cetus sweater pulled over the button-down shirt he hadn't been able to button down properly and khakis that didn't even match. Only Kenneth would be able to find something that didn't match with khakis. His hair stuck up in places and his thick black glasses - worn in lieu of the contacts he had slipped down the sink - kept slipping down his nose.

Kitty used to berate him over the smallest things at home: A buzzcut? Really? and You're nuts if you think you can pull off those white pants. She would flip if she could see him now. His attention trailed back to Professor Clarke as she mentioned an Eldon Elsrickle. Wasn't that the football player Kitty was in love with? Oh, never mind. That was Eli Elrik. Kitty tried to pass it off like she cared about the game, but everyone knew girls only liked soccer players for their looks. Truth was, Kenneth missed Kitty. She was as girly as the rest of them and far too sensitive, but she was his sister. Kenneth had gotten used to her and her shrimpy friends running wild over the summer.

He started as he heard Profesor Clarke's voice. “You may begin! If anyone requires any assistance just give me a shout.” Oh Merlin. Kenneth had no idea what they were doing. He tried to listen in on the other students pairing up, but his mind was too bleary to process anything. His eyes landed on a familiar face, alone nearby. "Do you, ah, know what we're supposed to be doing?" he smiled sheepishly.

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    • Alohaaaa-aa-a-ah What are we doing? — Kenneth Wilson, Wed Feb 19 21:45
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