I can totally see Adam and Jordan as the jocks who harrass other kids and are the "cool" ones in High School but then don't go very far after that. Maybe become "responsible" like Patrick Thomas ;D - big kids who don't want to grow up.
haha. I was reading the fanfics where Charlotte goes through teenage angst... oh dear. It's so out of character for her, but I can totally see her going through "world sucks my life sucks so I'll wear black nailpolish and pretend like I dont give a d**n"
^ Agreed! I bet that he would become moderately wealthy and the triplets would be working at dead-end jobs. And Nicky would drive by in his porsche at a gas station that one of them works at and make him fill up his tank.
Post by sotypical42483 on Jul 10, 2007 16:37:41 GMT -5
Aww that's sad. I think Jordan/Adam would be feeling bad enough without Nicky rubbing it in! Hopefully he'd be a bit more mature. I don't see Nicky as being the successful Pike boy anyway, I see that going to Byron. Not saying NIcky wouldn't be successful, but I see him as more average than like, super successful
Charlotte seems to be very involved in spying in the mystery books so maybe she might become some kind of dectective. Becca, too. I can't actually picture this but you never know. I know spying is pretty common at that age, though (I still wish I could have become a detective ;D) I always picture Charlotte kind of as the little girl in Harriet the Spy or on the cover of the Shirley Holmes books so that might be why I'm thinking this.
And I don't think it's odd either that Abby's not boy-crazy like the other girls. I wasn't interested in boys or make-up or clothes when I was thirteen. I wasn't a tomboy either. I had crushes on boys, but would have been horrified at the thought of actually going on a date with them (or worse, kissing them). I actually wasn't interested in boys or make-up until I was eighteen and went away to college. Dating just isn't a high priority on some girls' lists, which is one of the (few) things I like about Abby (and Dawn, as well).
I was the same way at 13. I wasn't a tomboy, either, but rather the opposite: total girlie-girl. I had crushes on a few boys, but I couldn't imagine going on a date with one of them. I didn't actually go on a real date until the end of high school. I guess I was always too focused on academics and my extra-curriculars. *shrugs* Everybody's different, I suppose.