A Case Of Identity Crisis Ch.1"Oi, Wait up guys!"More Like This
A brunette scurried through the thick crowd of students, her big ponytail bouncing behind her. She finally reached whom she yelled at and caught her breath as they stopped for her, "God dammit! No one ever cleans up Mr. Bradley's class with me! I practically have to clean the entire room myself!" she cried, throwing her hands up.
Another girl with dark, orange streaked hair and bangs rolled her eyes, "You don't have to do it at all you know."
"But then Mr. Bradley will get pissed and make us stay after school the next day."
"So? Suck it up!" her friend retorted, rolling her eyes at the whining she spouted.
"Brrrriiiiii~! Save me from the evil Priscilla-monster!" the brunette mocked as she grabbed her friend's sleeve and fiddled with it.
Bri ripped her arm out of her friends grasp, "Stop messing with that! Besides, she's right. Quit your whining and let's go."
"Oh, tough love, how it hurts so." the brunette said dramatically as her friends walked off without h
Would you ask your local bakery...(long rant)- OMG that bread looks delicious and those pies, a dream!!! Baker can I have them for free? I admire the way you baked them and if people come to my house and I serve your glorious pastries I will not forget to mention it came from you baker because you are the best baker I know! I actually want all that is in your shop today, I have a huge party and imagine the publicity you will get dear baker, me serving all your stuff! You lucky devil, that you have people like me who really appreciate your creations so much!More Like This
No! Simply because people KNOW no baker would fall for it!
But us artists??? OMG of course!!! Art is out there and we can serve ourselves right!
Who cares if someone has to put in a hundred hours to make it and years of heavy training before that.
And then, of the two categories of people who want your art for free frankly i do not know which ones are worst (and popular crayon may not be so popular writing this but i need to ge