You Can Do Better.
“I’m just saying you could do better. Tell me have you heard that lately?”
Ship possibilities: Boy/girl.
Genre: Jealousy, angst, romance.
Based: Marvin’s Room by Drake.
Setting: Salt Lake City, Utah.
Suggested FCs: I see someone like Harry Styles, or Zayn Malik for this. But I’m totally open for the male FCs. For the female, I’m open as well.
Roles: Open male.
Age of characters: 18-20. Open.
[♀] hasn’t been living the easiest life. She’s never had much of a family, having been put up for adoption at an extremely young age, she has no idea who her real parents are. Nor does she have any intentions on finding them. Having been put up for adoption, she developed a sour attitude. Snapping at everyone who tried to take her in. She’s bounced around different households, different orphanages, and had finally landed in a secure one once she reached the age of 14. The family had finally accepted her rebel like attitude, thinking that taking her in would put a stop to her “bad reputation.” Even after being put in a loving, supporting family, her sour attitude stayed put. Her pessimist ways never left her, she was constantly looking on the downside of things. She’s never had high expectations when it came to her love life, she never expected anything from guys. The only thing she expected, was for them to just drop her after they got bored of her bad ass attitude. But then she met [♂].
[♂] turned her world upside down. He transfered to her school during Sophmore year, and had instantly taken a liking to her. She had absolutely no idea why, since at first glance; you’d probably think he was one of those popular football players who have the girls flocking around him. He was nothing like the jocks at the school. He was kind hearted, gentle, and caring. He wasn’t obnoxious, nor cocky. Most people would have fled at the sight of [♀], scared that she might snap at them for whatever reason, but [♂] wasn’t like that. In fact, she was the one trying to avoid him. The way he made an effort to talk to her, the way he smiled at her so affectionately, made her feel uneasy. She wasn’t sure what he wanted from her, she had no idea why he was being so nice when she was such a bitch to him. She didn’t get it at all. But [♂] was quite the persistant little guy.
He kept on making an effort to really get to know her as a person, he kept on trying to make her smile because he felt as if she deserved to smile. Her life has been nothing but easy, and he just wanted to make her feel better. That’s just the type of guy [♂] is. He’s always had an easy going, good life and he feels as if everyone deserves the same kind of life. Eventually they became friends, which led to him asking her on a date. In which she slapped him, it was just instinct to act that way when someone showed interest in her. But she warmed up to the idea and next thing you know, they’ve been deemed cutest couple at school. But within one night, everything changed. [♂] has always had a huge passion for music, and he had decided to pursue his career. He told [♀] that he needed to focus on his career and once he got everything down and under control, he’d come back for her. She felt as if she was second priority and told him not to even bother coming back.
Fast forward two years later, and [♀] is dating a rich snob from the Upper East side. He’s cocky, obnoxious and looks down on her. She’s not fully sure as to why she’s even with the guy, but she is. She’s been bouncing through relationships ever since [♂] left her. [♂] finally decided to work up the nerve to call her, and apologize. But soon figured out that she was dating a huge rich jerk, who treated her like trash. Now that he’s got his career up and running, he’s made it his first priority to win her back and show her that he’d never think of abandoning her once more.