Say *gasp* "I'm so sorry I used the last of my change to buy some candy." Then make a super convincing pouty face.
Explain to them that you've been instructed by your mother to go straight to the store to buy milk and are to make no further stops, not even to use the bathroom.
Exclaim "NO! This is MY hard earned money! You'll probably use it to by drugs or booze anyways! Get a job you BUM!"
Turn to him and consider him thoughtfully, then quietly oblige only to continue on your way without a word.
Reach into your wallet and pull out the first bill you see.....a 20. Then look for him on every outing, greeting him with a smile and another 20 each time.
"Okay, I'll give you some money just this once. But I advise you to try a little harder to find a job." Then check on him every once in a while, just to see how he's doing.
The little twirp probably got what was coming to him. It's nature's way after all....survival of the fittest.
You break out the nunchucks and teach them all a lesson!
You're not one for breaking the rules so you mind your own business and keep walking.
You totally freak out and scamper away whimpering. Fighting is NOT your thing.
Charge valiantly into the fray. NOBODY will be bullied on your watch!
Calmly grab the younger kid by the arm and steer him away from the confrontation, leaving his tormentors momentarily speechless.
A mouthwatering array of rare steaks, ribs and chops.
The leftovers still sitting there from the people who sat there before you.
You order the restaurant's house special. It never disappoints.
Roasted duck with a side of french fries and the finest mexican salsa for dipping!
Eggs benedict but you send it back three times before you finally approve; they just can't seem to get the yolk runny enough.
Waffles topped with blueberries and strawberry sauce shaped in the form of a smily face sprinkled with powdered sugar.
A mirror: Gotta look good so I can feel good.
Mr. Fibbles: The teddy bear I've had since I was I was in diapers.
Family Photo: I have to remember the ones I love in the hopes that I will one day return to them.
A Schedule: I had it stashed in my sock just on the off chance that I would be stranded on a deserted island.
A Machete: The easier to bestow fear in the ignorant natives and allow me to rule.
Nothing: I'm sure I will be able to adapt to the situation without material possessions.
White: Some people may consider this to represent blank nothingness....I believe it to represent eternity.
Yellow: Erractic and exciting!
Pastel blue: Remembering my younger days free of worry and negativity.
Grey: The ancient tower....the perfect symbol of strength and order.
Brilliant gold: A valuable rarity.....just like me!
Burgundy: Intimidatingly powerful yet undoubtedly intelligent.
A real charmer. Claimed by all teachers to be their pet.
Undoubtedly a leader but tends to be a little overbearing.
Outspoken and curious. Always asking questions and willing to share opinions.
Quiet yet intense. You don't speak much but when you do it's always meaningful.
Whimsical and extremely friendly. Never without a circle of friends.
A loner. Keeps to themself mostly but easily provoked.
You beat up a kid after class because he interrupted your explanation of the Cohesion Tension Theory.
You randomly threw your shoes on top of the building in celebration of 'First Foot Day'!
You were passing a gushy love letter to someone and cried when the teacher took it away.
You punched a kid for disagreeing with you when you were trying to explain something.
You got even with a bully that tormented your little brother.
Enjoined in a nation-wide silent protest, you were not able to answer the teacher when he called upon you.