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John Smith


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Join date : 2012-12-12

PostSubject: John Smith   Wed Dec 12, 2012 6:31 am



Full Name: John Remus Smith
Nicknames: He's all too socially awkward to have a nickname. More than the ones people say behind his back.
Age: 22
Gender: Male.
Species: Human (As for now).
Sexual Orientation: Heterosexual.
Jobs: Studies at the local college to become a surgeon.


Hair Colour and Style: Dark brown on the verge to black. Never lays the way he wants it too. Always bedhair messy. Unless he puts too much wax in it, but he rarely does.
Eye Colour: Dark hazel, like bambi's eyes. Not that he wants to hear someone say it. Really he hates his eyes.
Height: 6'1
Body Type: Scrawny tall, not the muscular type.
Dress Style: Jacket, trousers with creases and tie. Or thick sweaters with a shirt underneath.
Other Features: Has birthmarks on his back aligned like the star sign Charles's Wain.


Mother: Alice Smith (Nee Marlett)
Father: Martin Smith
Siblings: -
Other Family -


History and Personality:
His father was a marine and his mother a nurse, and they met during a war when Mr Smith had a bullet in his knee. Only a year later Mrs Smith, then Ms Marlett, was pregnant and just as planned a warm summer morning in July a wonderful boy was born. John grew up with two loving parents close to Pemberton High. They always encouraged him in whatever interests he had at the moment. If he fancied stars and galaxy’s, they got him a stargazer. He had a normal childhood, they weren’t stone rich, nor were they poor. But just in between, where they once a year went on vacation, and there was always food on the table. If he needed something he got it. But he wasn't spoiled. From an early age you could notice how smart he one day would be. Always interested in chemistry and biology, math and physics. All through high school he didn’t have much friends, and most certainly not a girl friend due the nerd stamp he got already in primary school. But his small amount of friends and comic books was good enough.
Starting college he was that awkwardly non social person whom always got A’s on the tests. He studies medication in hope that he one day will become an heart surgeon. Because all his life it has been his dream to help people. His introvert, meaning he doesn’t need much of a social life. And would never bother to get one either. If you get to know him you’ll find a smart, talented young man eager to learn whatever there is to learn. He has a huge love for comic books and action movies. And he loves cartoons. Embarrassing enough he still collects action figurines and if you counted the value of them you would come up in high money. John is a great friend, a helper in need and if he wasn’t a human he would defiantly be a superhero with his bravery.
One Day:
“That is wonderful darling!” Mrs Smith exclaimed out in pure joy throwing her arms around her sons neck. “I am so proud of you. You’ve been working so hard for this. A scholarship to University of Pemberton.” Was that tears dripping down on his shoulder. “It just a scholarship mother.” He said with modesty, trying to be calm. His whole body wanted to dance, but he was a terrible dancer and would probably just break something. “Oh don’t be silly John. It’s not just a scholarship, it’s money for your future.” Yes, his mother was crying, smudging out her mascara on his shirt.
“What’s going on here?” A deep voice asked, belonging to the in walking mr Smith. “Oh Alice, for whatever reason are you crying?” He stared over at his son. “John, what did you to to your mother.” John just laughed and held up the papers. “I got the scholarship, father.” Moments after moment with hugging James could finally sit down. He was overfilled with joy, without this scholarship paying for everything, he would never have been able to study at college.


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Rhea Capulet

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Join date : 2012-08-11
Age : 23
Location : Iceland!

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