Weird roleplaying, but in a way it is good. It develops social understanding
Now dont you worry about wolves Gemz, I'll protect you.<br />
Hey there little Red Gemzyhood, you sure are lookin' good. Your everything that a Big bad Wolf could want. Listen to me!<br />
Speaking as a bear I'm afraid I don't know.
American's... they generally very childish in High School, so weird cliques for people who want to pretend their wolves actually do exist, they think it's rebelling somehow. I'm serious, it's hard to imagine but they get away with some weird things there.
Youre so out of the loop lol. Its as Blankness said, all this twishite stuff. I think its kinda cute in a weird way. We had spy clubs and stuff but we grew out of it around 14. Some of the 'kids' are 18-25. Even a few freaks in their 30s/40s. Creepoids.
of course i dont believe im a wolf its not a full moon tonight
They are just having fun. Lighten up people.
No need for name calling, Mr. Sensitive.
How many? Like zero. I wasn't aware Gemma was a name. But I see you're female, so I apologize, Miss Sensitive.
You think I'm getting arsey because you're being ultra sensitive. My original comment stands-- lighten up. Do I think these kids actually believe they're werewolves? No. I think they're bored and the idea of being something supernatural and exciting, as well as romantic and dangerous appeals to them. Because they're teenagers, their lives are boring and for the most part predictable. Yes, it's kinda stupid to be telling people you're a monster, but they are just entertaining themselves. So I don't think it's worth the ridicule. There is my long-hand answer to this question.