Kaleva can't stop staring.
The new villain kid in his chemisty class is totally unlike anything Kaleva had ever seen in Auradon. Parts of his head are shaved, and other parts grow long, almost like a girl's hair; his hair seems like it would be soft and nice to touch. He has piercings, like women have in their ears, but also through his eyebrows and his nose and his lip, and instead of jewelry they were made from paperclips and pull tabs. His pants are black and leather and tight and leave absolutely nothing to the imagination; the sleeves have been cut off his shirt. He sprawls out across the seat, taking up as much space as he can, his arms crossed, an angry expression on his face, like chemistry had done something to upset him personally. Kaleva imagines what it would be like to have that expression turned on him, and shudders.
The new villain kid shifts and Kaleva can see the shape of another piercing through his shirt. Kaleva didn't even know you could get piercings on your chest. He wonders what the new villain kid would look like without his shirt on and how much metal it is possible to put into a single human body.
The bell dings and Kaleva belatedly realizes that he has been staring at the new villain kid for the past fifty minutes and has literally no idea what the teacher said.about soluability equilibria. It's okay. It's review for him anyway.