WEBB, Drew Bryce [DONE] Oct 29, 2013 6:16:14 GMT -5
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NAME: Drew Bryce Webb
GRADE: 9th Grade
SEXUALITY: Bisexual (No Pref)
BIRTHDATE: January Twenty-Eight
☆ Height: 5'7"
☆ Weight: 133 lbs
☆ Hair Color: Dark brown
☆ Eye Color: Blue
☆ Clothing: He has a lot of sweatsuits and sneakers because he's an athlete, but he also dresses formally too; like a suit without a blazer.
☆ Distinguishing Features: His muscle frame despite his age.
- Music: Though he wouldn't say that his life is devoted to it like some others, Drew really love music. Genres of all types, female singers, male singers, bands. They all tie together, and sometimes he uses it as a way to escape from the real world.
- Guys: The tough exterior, the structure of most guys' faces. Being that Drew is bisexual, his attraction to guys is just as great as his attraction to girls, though he likes them both for different reasons. Being a jock-type of guy, Drew loves guys that have that bad or tough guy way of acting. He also likes guys that's quiet and reserved.
- Girls: Their softness. The tones of their voices. For the complete opposite reasons that he's attracted to guys, Drew love girls that are sweet and down-to-earth. He love girls with long hair, especially, as he has a little habit of playing with it. His attraction is especially pulled to cheerleaders. Though he mainly love sweet and kind, he's sometimes pulled to the girls who have a little bad in them.
- Adventures: Being pulled this or that way, trying things he have never done in his life; Drew is usually up for trying new things with people. This includes things that sound most outrageous, to the simplest of stuff. Drew also likes meeting new people and doesn't pitching out a conversation with someone he wants to talk to.
- Letting others win: He knows that he isn't always right, and because of this, he's not one of those people who always wish to be right over another, or have the last word. He doesn't mind giving that torch to someone else, especially if he knows that it's going to make their day a whole lot better than it would make his. He likes seeing others happy, usually.
- Drawing: A person made for art; Drew loves drawing little things inside his book every now and then. Whenever he gets an idea for something, he likes to express it in the form of either music or art. He sketches on his free time, and is actually a very capable artist. He's able to draw realistic pictures and portraits.
- Technology: Drew loves technology. Whether it be his phone, laptop, iPod, or whatever, he has a reason for it. He likes people who know anything about any of these things, because whenever he has trouble with it, he can always know who to turn to. He loves the social media, and everything connected to it like: social networks, new music, etc. So technology is his way of keeping up with new things.
- Bullying: Although he sometimes doesn't mind when people are mean to others for certain reasons, he doesn't like when people do it to him. He doesn't feel like he does anything where others have to be mean to him. He likes staying neutral for the majority of the times. As long as you don't place him at the sharp side of the sword, he's behind you fully.
- Mean: Only a certain type of mean. He doesn't care when his friends are picking on others, but when threats and insults are thrown on a certain level, he starts to feel uncomfortable. He believes that everyone have a rank, and when you're lower, you're bond to get picked on, so that's not a bother to him. But when his friends go to the level of fighting, he's usually the one breaking it up.
- Rejection: Although he can take it, Drew doesn't like being rejected upon his requests. This is especially for his friends and close friends. He doesn't, or rather, he rarely rejects or denies other people, so when it's done to him, he gets a feeling of betrayal. To his friends, he usually ask for a reason if he gets rejected for something, and if he doesn't like or agree with it, he continues to ask for whatever he was asking for previously.
- Silence: Drew isn't such a big fan of being quiet. He love noise, which ties with his love for music. He likes talking, and when silent with other people, he just feel like the moment is awkward. Usually to avoid this, he strikes random conversations, and when it seems pointless, he tries doing something to avoid standing around quiet. Sometimes, however, he daze off, and fades in the background of crowds, which leads to him being silent.
- Liars/Fakes: Drew is one that doesn't mind putting his faith in other people. Because of this, he literally hate people who he know he cannot trust. It isn't even a matter to be discussed, it you betray him, there's little chance of getting his trust back so easily. Because he gives it so easily the first time, it's hard to do so a second time. If one need to betray him for whatever reason, it better be one that he could agree with, somehow.
- Speaking: When someone needs someone to speak with, not as a listening, but as a chat buddy, Drew is the one to go to. Because he dislikes silence, he has developed a way of going about things in a talkative manner; though he wouldn't be labeled by his friends as a chatterbox. Drew just knows how to speak up without hesitation of being shy or scared; especially when talking to new people.
- Listening: Anyone could call Drew their private and personal guidance counselor. He usually is there if someone needs a shoulder to cry on. If someone needs someone to vent out all of their feelings to. He doesn't really judge, so when asked for opinions, his are never biased because of personal feelings. If something's one a friend's mind and they want to expose it, Drew will always free time on his schedule for him or her.
- Singing: The voice that he holds is definitely something that he would note as a gift, or a strength of his. He is very talented when it comes to singing, and have been training since the age of seven. Drew doesn't know what vocal type he is, but he knows that he can sing most songs brought to his attention. He's also very lyrical, and makes songs out of nothing for joy; a talent that most of his friends know he can do.
- Dancing: A real talented kid, Drew definitely is. The same age that he started singing, the boy became a huge fan of dancing. He has been training in multiple types of dance for years, including: ballet, modern, tap, and many more. When it comes to making up dance moves, he's very quick on his feet. Being knowledgeable in a great array of dances, he's usually always creating a cool dance just for the fun of it.
- Athletic: His huge build wasn't formed from just singing and dancing all of his life. In addition to being a very musical person, Drew play a great deal of sports. His favorites are basketball, football, and baseball. But he plays many different types of sports, including foreign ones not really played in the United States. Because of his build, he's very strong and also quite the runner, which only adds to his strengths.
- Sensitive to things other say about him.
- Usually follows others rather than make his own choices.
- Gives people the benefit of the doubt, even when it definitely shouldn't be given.
- Separated from being talked about in other terms, one of Drew's weakness is his sexuality. He feels that some people shun him just because of it, and feels that they see him as abnormal. He's not ashamed of being bisexual, but he just gets really down when people avoid him being of it.
- Sometimes Drew gets too nice. He's smart enough to know when someone is just using him for something, and when it comes to a close friend, it doesn't seem to bother him. He usually sees himself going any distance for the people who he labels as a good friend, because he believes that they will always have his back. While this may also be a good thing, he hardly thinks before doing something for a friend; making it possible for lots of trouble.
Drew is the type of boy that everyone would want as a friend. He's sweet and so down-to-earth. He puts his friends before himself, and always tries to do whatever he can to make sure that whoever he is with is happy. He loves his friends, and to him, his friends are his family.
He's very smart, and gives advice freely to whoever needs it from him. He's a good listener, and because of this, is always capable of freeing his schedule up for a friend in need of help from him.
Music is definitely a huge part of his life. He loves singing and dancing definitely more than doing work. He dreams of doing big with music, though that's always second to his part in the athletics department.
Drew is definitely the typical joke. If he's not with Lucky (his best friend), he spends a lot of his time hanging out with the members of his school's sports team, and is always up to trying a sport he didn't know existed (even if it's fake). He uses sports, drawing, singing or dancing as a way to escape from the world when he needs to.
Drew is awfully flirty. Anyone who he think is cute, hot or sexy, he'll make a move on. He's interested in finding someone that he can settle down with for a period of time, rather than just hookups. Because of this, he's always keeping his eye out for people he know he can label as good. Though, he is quite picky in terms of appearances. That person, whether girl or boy, must dress nice, and look even nicer.
From day one, Drew has always tried to fit in and be seen by all that he could manage. But as time passed, he noticed that trying to be cool, never made you cool. And when people noticed that you were trying, things became even worse. This, luckily for him, never actually happened, but he was present to witness it happen to someone else in elementary school. It was weird, compared to now, things back then seemed so much more simpler and less intimidating. Your classmates yelled "Don't talk to me," and that was the end of it.
Drew was born native to Rhode Island, and has spent the entirety of his life here. He never got to go on vacations due to the income his mother received alone (after his father just walked out on them). To him, he believes that his father died while training in the military to become a soldier. Why did his mother lie to him? Well, when you have a little son asking constantly where their father is at, what else can you do? It's best not to hurt your son's heart by telling the truth because what five or six year old wants to hear that? To this day, he doesn't know the truth, and to be honest, he doesn't really care about the truth. He doesn't even suspect that his mother lied.
He met Lucky in the fourth grade, when the boy transferred to his school. Drew felt so sorry for the kid, sort of. He was different from others, more obnoxious, loud, and free-spirited. While they were all kids and energetic, he could never calm down. Being the sweet boy that he is, he was the first person in the grade to actually be the first to start a conversation with him. That started their friendship, as every day, Drew would talk to Lucky, and soon, they found out that they had a lot in common. The things that they didn't have in common, would just stand as obstacles that they could later overcome together. They basically followed each other after that, going to the same middle school, and then high school.
But things changed the summer before starting their high school years. Drew could feel something about him changing, and it wasn't an over dramatic way of saying that he was hitting puberty, no; he was beginning to grow attractions towards the same sex. Prior to the summer, he only seen girls as attractive, but he couldn't explain what he found attractive and unattractive now. The first person he told was Lucky, and for the first time, he was completely silent. Drew didn't know what this meant for their relationship as best friends, but soon Lucky seemed to have gotten over it, and accepted it - or something like that. Drew couldn't tell.