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May 27, 2020 4:56 PM
Sadde moves to Beacon Hills
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"Okay. We don't have much of a nightlife. What do you like to do?"

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"Well, the usual, I guess? Nightlife things, movies, dinner, ice cream, walks in the park - were you serious about scoping out crime scenes? How common would that be?"

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"The crime, or the scoping? My dad's the sheriff, so I follow him around sometimes. We don't have a very high crime rate, it's a pretty boring small town."

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"That's what I figured. Well, if you wanna make of that a date, I'd be down, too."

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"We can start with dinner and a movie. I have Scott for crime scenes."

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He indicates one of their classmates.

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Man, is everyone pretty in this school?

"Sounds good to me, when's a good day and time?"

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"This Friday is cool. You busy?"

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"I arrived in town yesterday and you are literally the third person I talk to here, I have not yet made plans for Friday."

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"Right, cool...grammar, am I right?"

Indeed, grammar.

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Grammar, of course. Plus he has a date with a cute boy before the end of first period, that's, like, a new record.

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Thus endeth first period.

The bell rings, and with a somewhat awkward "Nice to meet you", cute boy wanders off vaguely.

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There's his guide, waiting outside the classroom.

"Ready to go?"

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"Sure thing."

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"How was your first class?"

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"It was... English, but I met this cute boy named Stiles and got a date with him so I'd say better than expected?"

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"Stiles? I guess he's kind of cute, but can you get past the wall of paranoia and reach the gooey center of neurosis?"

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"I did ask him out practically based on appearance and first impression, I'm not saying he and I are gonna hit it off wonderfully and get married ten years down the line and have beautiful babies, but I liked the first impression I had, he has a nice sense of humor, and I'm good with people."

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"Nothing wrong with that. Stiles, really. Huh." 

They arrive to math class, where it looks like Danny will be joining him. 

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"Worst-case scenario, we hate each other and never talk again, which would've happened eventually from normal interaction. Given the kind of person I am, though, worst-reasonably-plausible-case scenario is we find we don't really work and just stay friends or something."

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"Worth a shot. Only one person has ever been able to put up with him long enough for 'just friends', so I wouldn't get my hopes up."

Is it time to define a limit? It is. 

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That would probably be Scott. He should meet Scott, too.

As for limits: yep. Those are easy. He knows all about 'em.

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Danny doesn't have much trouble with limits either, and the teacher seems to like him. 

They can talk during the lecture without fear of reproach.

"Have you taken a look at the extra-curricular activities? There's something for everyone."

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"I haven't, actually, what is there?"

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"Plenty of options, I probably can't remember them all. There's fencing, debate, photography, chess, film...Amnesty International, that's one. I don't really do clubs, I spend most of my time outside of school programming and playing lacrosse."

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