Jason didn't know how he managed to get into college at all, let alone such a good one, but he was determined not to mess it up. Of course, it was after he made that decision that everything went to hell.
Of course, it was after he made that decision that everything went to hell. Rated T for language, a little bit of kissy-feely stuff, and traumatic backstories.
Read at your own discretion. See inside for more info and trigger warnings. This is a college au story about Jason Todd and Tim Drake, with Birdflash, Superbat, and a couple of other ships in the background. This story is from the point of view of Jason Todd, though every fifth chapter will be from the point of view of another character.
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If you are actually fluent in the language, or if it is your native language which is even betterthen we can talk. That would actually be pretty cool. In fact, he should have learned by now not to hope at all. Bad luck was something he was used to.
He could have listed a million reasons why the dean of admissions should have kicked his sorry ass to the curb without even reading his application. There was absolutely no reason whatsoever for him to give Jason a full-ride scholarship, and a job at the campus library to boot. All he would do, all he could do, was anything and everything it took to make sure his good luck lasted as long as humanly possible.
Of course, as soon as Jason made that decision everything went to hell.
But, he reminded himself, he should be used to shitty things happening to him. Jason had just been walking to class with a plan to get there early to make a good first impression on his professor. Journalism was an important subject for someone trying to get a BA in English. Best to start out on the right foot, right?
Not that much offended Jason anyway. So he was walking to his first class, actually feeling pretty good for once, when some kid just runs into him. Literally, runs into him. The two of them fell to the ground before Jason even knew what was happening, but he figured it out the moment his ass met the concrete.
He jerked up to a sitting position, ready to chew out the idiot who ran into him. He opened his mouth, scathing words on his tongue and daggers in his eyes, when he felt it all at once.Essay about my values; Extemly loud and incredibly close values essay; Creative writing assignments for 6th grade; Famous essays on happiness; Argumentative thesis statement and drug abuse in sport; Thanatopsis essay; heartoftexashop.com В© Shakespearean - JayTim nabawrites.
Summary: You are all to research the topic and compile as much information as you can in an essay-style paper in the allotted space on your sheet. You are not to write on any other paper, you may not write on the back, and you may not write in the margins.
Jason's laugh was probably a little too loud. In Oskar’s vocabulary, the words extremely and incredibly occupy a great deal of space.
For instance, Oskar turns the dials on Abe Black’s hearing aid “extremely slowly” (Foer ). The birds fly by the window “extremely fast and incredibly close” (Foer ). Extremely Loud Incredibly Close Oskar Schell, who is the main character in “Extremely Loud Incredibly Close”, is a 9-year old boy.
He has a very good imagination and is very creative. He has a very good imagination and is very creative. Oskar Schell in Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close book, analysis of Oskar Schell.
Notes: This is a college au story about Jason Todd and Tim Drake, with Birdflash, Superbat, and a couple of other ships in the background. This story is from the point of view of Jason Todd, though every fifth chapter will be from the point of view of another character.