Support the friend you like better.
Support the friend that appeals to you first.
Stay out of the fight.
Help them, but without letting them copy.
Let them copy yours.
Refuse to help.
Tell your best friend, and skip an unimportant class together.
Tell a bunch of your friends, and skip several classes.
Tell complete strangers, but don't skip any classes.
Tell no one and skip any class you don't feel like attending.
Pick up the test answers, and without looking at them, return them to the teacher.
Pick up the test answers, glance at them quickly, and then return them to the teacher.
Pick up the test answers and pocket them for later memorization.
Don't even touch the test answers, hoping that someone else will take them.
Buy it and wear it proud!
Buy it, but only wear it around the house.
Don't buy it, but regret the decision later.
Don't buy it, and refuse to regret the decision.
Seek out more stories of the closet before hunting for it.
Already know where it is, having started the rumors in the first place.
Begin a search immediately, and refuse to accept help or listen to more stories.
Try to help by just being there, as a shoulder to cry on.
Remind them that you're always there for them, no matter what.
Try to cheer them up with a silly movie and popcorn.
Remind them that time heals all wounds, and that there is always tomorrow for a new start.
Make a witty remark in the hopes that it distracts your friends from the bad joke.
Ignore the bad joke and comfort the offended friend.
Get annoyed and call the offending friend out on the bad joke.
Try to one-up the offending friend with an even worse joke, but one that doesn't offend anyone present.
Suck it up and pointedly ignore them while having a good time.
Go anyway, but avoid them the best you can.
Go with the intention of making a big scene in front of everyone.
Tryout with the knowledge that you will probably not get in.
Tryout with the opinion that you can't possibly get excluded from the cast list.
Tryout and try to one-up everyone else at the audition.
Sign up for tryouts, but never show up.
Remind them that the rumors aren't true, no matter what.
Insist that the rumors have no base in reality, and dispatch your other friends to hunt down the source of the rumor.
Already know who started the rumors, and ask your friend what sort of revenge they'd like.
Sympathize with your friend, and secretly start rumors about yourself to make them feel better.
Started the fight! Duh.
Join in on the side of the person you like better.
Join in, and actively try to bring both sides to their knees.
Try to break it up, using your connections to both sides.
Defend them, since you're just as weird, if not weirder.
Defend them, like any good friend.
Defend them, and later go after the bully with specially tailored insults.
Immediately use your powers of wit to mock the bully.
Show them the ropes and the shortcuts around the school, with the intention of making a new friend.
Show them around while asking questions about them and where they're from.
Helpfully show them around and give them tips on how to survive the rumor grapevine, automatically considering them a friend.
Refuse to even show them around. You don't like people, much less people you don't know.
Already have the books you need, and start taking notes while you're in the library.
Grab a few books you think look relevant, then spend the rest of the class chatting with friends.
Don't bother looking for books, with the intention of snagging someone else's research instead.
Spend the entire class looking for books, extremely picky about what you will and won't use.
Adapt to your new surroundings quickly and collect a new circle of friends.
Adapt to your new surroundings quickly, and don't make new friends, rather keeping in touch with your old ones.
Take your time getting used to the new place, and deliberately ignoring any and all attempts at friendship.
Take your time getting to know the place, and quickly standing out as a smart aleck.
Grab a friend or two and join up anyway, ready for a fight if need be.
Join up and invite a bunch of friends. Surely it can't be all bad, right?
Instead of joining, you start your own club with a similar premise and invite your friends.
Don't join at all, and "recommend" that your friends do the same.
Join and prove to the world that it's an excellent class, and that you're all the better for it.
Join, if only so you can see if it really is as nerdy as everyone says it is.
Join, because you're already considered an oddball.
Don't join, because you're afraid it will damage your reputation.
Take it badly, and turn to your other friends for support.
Keep your head up and make it a point of honor to do the same to them.
Take it badly, and focus on your studies in an effort to be better than them.
Take it well, and show that you're a better person than they are.