Trouble has a tendency to find you, or you find it.
You jump to conclusions too quickly.
You're too curious and overly dramatic; you're just about the biggest snoop around.
You get jealous and occasionally jump to conclusions because of it.
You are unused to a high school life, and panic easily—and with your wild side still in you, you can be a bit dangerous.
You're adventurous and daring
You're always trying to be there when your friends need you
You're smart, and want to be a scientist
You don't choose sides
You're feisty, and both curious and fascinated with everything around you
Get upset and run away, or, if you're really angry, start a fight
Yell, or call your best friend/crush to talk
Get mad and shout even if you're wrong
Yell and hide away eating chocolate, or yell and run off, then talk to your best friend when she follows you
You have a strong instinct to attack back (weather this be lunging into a fight or starting up a food fight), but you slowly learn to control yourself.
Definitely art, and football
Photography, singing and beast-hunting
Football, what else?
Nature, and leading
Being left alone again
Fire, claustrophobia, being treated like a kid
Being laughed at
Fire and being closed in
Offer to take the blame
Try and cover for him, or help him talk his way out of it
Depending on the situation, you may stay quiet. In other situations, you may speak up or fight back—maybe with a pair of salad tongs. Of course, you could be part of the reason they’re in trouble in the first place.
Who knows? You might try and protect your friend, or you might stay quiet.
You might try to cause a distraction, lash out in anger, or speak out—and probably get detention.
Steal the evidence, and try and talk some sense into the friend that’s demanding you return it.
Don’t do anything about it, but eventually you are forced to give your friend a choice: Either delete the evidence, or throw away years of friendship.
Put up arguments about how much time you’ve dedicated to finding evidence, but ultimately deleting it, though you’re unfair to your friends and sulk around for a long time afterwards.
You try and stay out of the whole Beast on the Moors thing, but you have to admit that you’d prefer having your friends rather than evidence.
You’re most likely blamed for stealing the evidence, because you were scared and tried to break into your friend’s locker to find it.
Keep it quiet and only talk about it with you very best friend, because she knows the secret, too.
Are torn between keeping the secret and playing everything safe, or telling your best friends no matter what the risk, even if it involves your family and a close friend.
Store your research anyway, and try to guilt-trip your best friend when she asks you to delete it to protect her and your other friends.
Try to convince your friend not to show the evidence—you want to protect your friends.
Would protect it no matter what.
"One day, when I’m older, when no one cares what I do, I’m going to find you.”
"No matter what we do, or where we go, we’ll always be a pack.”
"You are mental!”
"Brrr, it’s cold out! Wasn’t talking about the weather.”
"Make peace with the past so it doesn’t spoil the present.”