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located in Booth Lane College, a part of Skins: Secrets Out, one of the many universes on RPG.

Booth Lane College

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Character Portrait: Arabella Swift Character Portrait: Jamie Chapman Character Portrait: Ellie Wallace Character Portrait: Nate Carlile
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He laughed at her indignant response. "Bella, it's a choice. You can't really compare it to anything based on religion or actual healthcare- and as long as I'm not eating animals, I can deal with it," he said. Before he could respond to her comment about the playlist, though, they both heard a nurse approaching. In a millisecond, Bella was hiding the other side of the room- where he could see her, but just about nobody else could. He quickly recovered his calm expression as the nurse walked in. As she asked about visitors, he shrugged. "Yeah, my parents," he said. It wasn't a lie- they'd been in earlier. He was just leaving out the bit about Bella as well.

"Okay, then. The doctor will probably be around with the blood test results, he'll probably want to talk to you about them," she said, hooking him up to the blood pressure monitor. It seemed to take an eternity to inflate, and he was sure that either he or Bella would get the giggles and give them both away- but eventually it was over, and she wrote down the result. He thought she'd leave then- but she still had a number of tests to do. Once his temperature and pulse were done, she hooked the chart over the end of the bed and left. He started to laugh, looking over at Bella. "That was close," he remarked.


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She smiled as her Coke was put down in front of her, and she took a mouthful out of it. She honestly didn't know what she'd done to deserve Nate. She was a complete bitch, and he was the biggest sweetheart she'd ever had the fortune to meet. She laughed at his comments, finally starting to feel a little better. This was why she called him instead of anyone else- because he didn't judge, and instead he just focused on making her laugh.

"You'd have to be completely off your head to find cows in any way funny. Magic mushrooms or LSD or some crazy trippy shit like that, and even that's pushing it," she remarked, laughing a little. "I don't think cows can ever really be funny- they're like the most boring animals ever," she said, taking another mouthful out of her Coke. "Sheep have to give them a run for their money, though. Chickens can be somewhat entertaining at times. But farmyard animals in general aren't particularly that funny."