Don't ask me why, but I've been obsessed with the whole idea of everything being spilled out at the last moment for a while. Ever have that feeling? Anyway, this is a roleplay about a group of 8 friends who graduated from high school three months ago. It's the last day of summer, and everyone will be starting their new lives soon. Maybe at college. Maybe at a new job. These friends have decided that they want to make this last night mean something, so they get ready, and hit the streets of their small town Suburbia one last time.
Within this all-nighter, mistakes will be made, secrets will come out, and things may never be the same again. These things may even effect their future. Would you care to join this wild night?
1 boy and 1 girl each. I would appreciate it if no one in this roleplay was related because if your character is not with one of the other characters, you can have your two characters get together.
I will only accept 3 other roleplayers because I do not want this getting too big.
If I have not roleplayed with you before, please submit a sample post from a former roleplay as well with your form.
Please No text chat. I don't want to look at your post for an hour to realize what your chicken scratch means.
No one line posts. I don't care if you write 3 sentences. I don't care if you write an entire novel. Just please no one line posts.
I'll allow pregnancy stories because I find it unrealistic that it will not happen, but don't make it all about finding a baby daddy, and no unreasonable time skips please.
Include everyone! With this, do your best to be included. I don't want a million "She sat there sighing, feeling sorry for herself about how no one will talk to her." It gets extremely annoying.
Have fun! That's the whole point of roleplaying!
Glad to meet you! I hope that we become great friends!
Warning: Objects in a mirror may be distorted due society's unrealistic views of beauty.
If you're feeling lost, alone, suicidal, or have tendencies to self-harm, come talk to me. I might not always know what to say, but I'll be there.