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Probably a rat

Abe Cleary

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#1 Guest_David Campanelli_*

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Posted 13 September 2013 - 12:11 AM

Glad to finally be done with a day full of boring as shit classes, David was actually relieved to return to his shithole of a dorm. The house his aunt and uncle owned wasn't particularly impressive, but it was a veriable mansion compared to Mitchell Hall. 


Still, he was slowly getting used to things, learning to avoid the spots where the carpet rolled up and tripped unsuspecting feet, and which halls were, relatively speaking, the least smelly. 


Once inside his room, he dropped his bag at the foot of his bed, and tipped slightly forward and let gravity pull his body down face first into the lumpy mattress. He lay like that for a moment before letting out a muffled greeting to his roommate, who David was fairly sure he'd seen out of the corner of his eye when he'd entered but might've been mistaken. David turned his head to see if the other boy was in the room, of it it had just been a particularly large rat.

#2 Guest_Abe Cleary_*

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Posted 26 September 2013 - 05:55 PM

Abe walked down the hall, careful to avoid the suspicious dark spots on the carpet. He couldn't help wondering if maybe Mitchell Hall would be kept up more if it were a co-ed dorm. Seemed as though people thought guys had lower standards.




Usually, that was true, he guessed. But living in a dump wasn't exactly on the top of his list of things to do in college. At least he could request a different dorm next year. But he'd have to survive in this place first - for two entire semesters.


Oh well. 


He opened the door to his dorm, ready to set his stuff down after a long day and maybe take a shower. He nodded an acknowledgement at David, and then realized David probably couldn't see him well. "Hey, man. What's up? Long day?"


((sorry I've been off so long! Life's been crazy!))

#3 Guest_David Campanelli_*

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Posted 29 September 2013 - 02:41 PM

As Abe made his way into the room, David rolled over onto his back, except them he was staring at the ceiling, which was gross, so he popped himself up on his elbows. "The longest." He said, emphatically, then let out a little chuckle of amusement at the world 'longest'. "Wanna head over to the quad?" he asked, "I gotta get outta here."

#4 Guest_Abe Cleary_*

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Posted 23 October 2013 - 05:48 PM

"Yeah, man, for sure. Let me just dump my stuff and take a really quick shower. I got caught up in a game of ultimate frisbee, so I'm pretty sweaty." Abe loved sports, so it was always hard for him to say no when people needed another person on a team. His favorite was soccer - yay sports scholarships - but he wasn't particularly choosy about his athletic endeavors. Except for football. He'd learned the hard way that football wasn't really his gig.

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