“YOU HAVEN’T WHAT?” They heard Bitty screech from the kitchen. As the short, yet properly terrifying, southern boy stomped into the living room, Jack shrugged, “I haven’t seen High School Musical. What’s the big deal?” Shitty almost literally flung himself down the stairs, “What’s the big deal?!” He shouted, “High School Musical is a vital movie that every child should experience!” Bitty, face stone cold, said, “Yes. And we are watching it right now.” Jack frowned, “Do I have to?” The two yelled, “YES.” Bitty takes charge in dragging Jack to the couch, and even though Jack wasn’t fighting, Bitty more or less sat on him while staring angrily. “Really?” Jack looked down at Bitty, sprawled across him. Bitty reached up and grabbed …show more content…
It was ridiculous, obvious lip-syncing. He wanted to laugh, but his three best friends were looking intensly at the TV, leaning forward with completely serious expressions. Jack would rather be watching history documentaries. “Okay, but they were shy two minutes ago, and have they heard the song before? This shouldn’t work like this.” Jack commented. The only person who took notice of him was Shitty Knight, who painfully slowly turned his head to face Jack. With his eyes wide with something haunting, shook his head. Jack, suddenly startled, quieted and faced the TV. The scene changed and now they were at the school, East High, and clearly Troy was the most popular person in the school. Characters were being introduced left and right. Jack knew he wouldn’t remember any of the names, although every time a new character was shown, Bitty would say their name and point. They watched quietly for a while, until the next song played. They were in the court, playing basketball when suddenly they broke out in song. Once Troy started singing, so did Shitty. And when Shitty started singing, he also started dancing. He stood up, moved a bit away from the couch, and began, surprisingly accurately, mimicking the dances of the boys on
So they had a really good time, but they didn’t know that they audition in two days and they didn’t study their audition piece on a snare drum. So, that morning they had to get up early in the A.M. and practice their audition piece at 10:00 a.m. So they all met up at Kendall house at 2:00 p.m. to go to Southern to audition.
The kids blocked Jack and Auggie from leaving as they were arguing about whether Auggie is more a Gollum, Orc, or Alien. Once you think it can't get any worse one of the kids throws a firecracker at Auggie and Jack. Eddie one of the older kids shoves Jack hard. They start fighting Jack and Auggie then Eddie yanks Auggie to the ground by his
Dan would sit beside Stefani and try to keep up and follow with what she was doing but he struggled. Mrs. Morrison said that Dan was never able to sing and play at the same time so for him to be able to do that has showed how much he has improved. After playing the piano Stefani switched to the guitar and Dan played the xylophone to Shake it Up Baby. He followed along with her and singing. One of the last interventions before saying goodbye was Stefani playing Don’t Stop Believing on piano and Dan singing along with her.
When Tyler arrives at school his best friend, Cody, is waiting on him. Cody gets into Tyler’s Jeep and says “Dude why is that black car just sitting behind yours?” Tyler replies, “I don't know dude, it’s been following me. “Cody tells Tyler just to brush it off and enjoy this day. Then, the school bus pulled up, “Let’s go dude, “ says Cody.
It is said that most people if put in a particular situation they would not do things they would normally. In the novel Lord Of The Flies, by W.Golding, a group of young boys are stranded on an isolated island cut off from society, having no adults or figures of authority on the island, the boys become savage. Examples of such savagery would be the murders, the cruelty of Jack, and how even Ralph could succumb to it as well Ralph, the voice of civilization throughout the novel even is able to succumb to the dark desires within him, similar to Jack. When Jack has one of his pig hunts Ralph joins in as well, and becomes quite engrossed with it, I hit him, said Ralph again, and the spear stuck in a bit.
Jack explains, "He tried to convey the compulsion to track down and kill that was swallowing him up. ' I went on. I thought,
A high-school dropout, Curt McCrae, saves Troy by talking to him before Troy jumps. Curt and Troy go to a restaurant where they both eat cheeseburgers and fries. Curt offers for Troy to be the new drummer in the band, but Troy has not played since junior high. Troy and Curt meet together, skipping classes, to practice and Troy gets private lessons
The whole class erupted in laughter, and right about this time Mr. Smith walked back into the classroom. Mr. Smith immediately told Ty to stop messing around and sit in his seat correctly, but Ty had to explain that his head was stuck. Mr. Smith sent Jackie to the office to have Ty’s parents called while Mr. Smith tugged at Ty’s head. About 30 minutes later Ty’s parents, the school nurse, the principal, the janitor, and the yearbook photographer (Lisa) were all in the classroom. The janitor had a saw out and was getting ready to cut the chair when Lisa stopped him and had Max and Ty take a picture for the yearbook.
Sitting in the dark movie theatre with our popcorn and drinks, Emma Keider, 12 and I watched the commercials go by. As the film Entourage came on, a rock song with a moderate paced beat started playing. “This is the band I’m going to go see in September,” Keider said. “I like it.
He comes back from Brixton High School. They start exploring some places of the school that were unexplored. After that, Iron has an idea: he says that, so that time passes faster, each one has to give a lesson to everyone. Nipper starts talking about his drunken father, but Iron does not want personal issues to be told in a lesson. After that, Sweetheart talks about sex a little bit, but Iron dislikes his lesson for starting it with jokes and for being short and based on facts.