A Day At School ( Third Person)
A killer awoke before dawn…he put his boots on. He readied himself for the day that lay ahead, and thought of the woman that would take him there. He spent little time asessing himself, and more on rinsing the dreams from his eyes that still remained from his recent slumber. And before the last speck of sleep was purged from his hanging lids he was swiftly carried away. He arrived at his place of education early, giving him just enough time to congregate with a fellow midnight vulture. And with that, the bell tolled once again for him, giving him just enough time to lock lips with his lady. His classes could only occupy his mind so much, and for so long, it wasn’t minutes before he had brandished his camera and began snapping at will, capturing the wind dominator in action, Adam continuing to do the do, and his Comrade Cahill acting a fool.
His daily routine was thrown off during the third period, when the drill sirens wailed, rattling the bones of the school’s skeleton, normally he had no quarell with the fire drill, in fact, he was normally a known endorser of such an event, however on this day it was interupting the pot luck that was supposed to take place during the third period. He had organized the event with his friend and companion Jeff. Either way the firedrill drew more of a turnout anyway, but than again, he and his retinue had far more tasty treats, not to mention P-shaped pretzels. He comforted himself in knowing that his classroom was the only one equipped with more than ten top of the line Windows 3.1 terminals, ten more than any other classroom in the district. However, his room was although thought to be haunted by the ghost of Adam Erlich.
Lunch couldn’t have come sooner for him, he had been jonesn to talk to some more of his companions, like the Infamous Dallas, the X-Factor Chugging Jon, and the Protein – stained Brett. He was unable to take a picture of his left hand chica Shell Fish because she had gone into hiding seconds prior, such a concept still remainds baffling to some…