Painting or drawing.
Practicing piano, violin, flute--any classical instrument.
Reading or writing.
Having adventures in the rain.
A Chemist, Doctor or Mathematician
A Musician or Detective
A Writer or Linguist
A Math book.
An paintbrush, a canvas, an art kit, or something like that.
Anything would be fine.
A cell or iPod.
A fantasy or science fiction book
A general fiction or friendship book.
Babe Ruth or Mia Hamm, famous athletes.
Claude Monet or Vincent Van Gogh, famous artists.
Emma Watson or Josh Hutcherson, famous actors.
Blaise Pascal or Pythagoras, famous mathematicians.
John Frazier or Perry Smith, murderers.
When people try to be others, or don't like themselves for who they are.
When people aren't good and act corruptly.
When people aren't good at something easy.
An advanced lifestyle.
A simple lifestyle.
Whether or not people are nice to you.
Nothing, you're an optimist.
With a smile
You don't respond
With a loud laugh
Think about life.
Call a friend.
Do complicated math problems.
A week ago. It was about whether or not your painting was any good!
Yesterday, when you were being a snoop (as usual) and looked in her secret diary.
A while ago, when you argued if Dickens was better than Tolstoy.
Book smart, as in knowing everything written in books.
Nerdy smart, as in knowing calculus.
Clever smart, as in following your intuition and head.
There's a lot of blood.
When every-thing's mysterious and eerie.
Who says you like creepy?
With friends--lots of them!
Know that she's going to complain about that stink bomb you slipped into her desk a week ago.
Don't worry. You're a perfect student. What could possibly go wrong?
Say, "But I didn't do anything!"
Leave quickly, hoping that no one noticed.
Turn bright red.
Who says you like learning?