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Gabriela O'Brion and Claire Chen

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(What would you do if a guy cheated on you?)

Payton Ramey (’16): “Cheat back!”

Megan Binette (’17): “I would cheat on him.”

Kaitlyn Corwin (’17): “I would confront him about it.”

Sierra Clark (’17):“I wouldn’t confront him, I would secretly put stuff in his food.”

Nell-Curry Boushall (’17):“I would probably just make his life terrible until he told me.”

(What would you do to make his life terrible?)

SC: “Put hormones in his drinks.”

NCB: “Probably, just be kind of like an awful person. I’d probably just ignore him, you know the typical silent treatment, and ignore him and do terrible things.”

(What would you do if it was your best friend?) MB: “Bad things would happen to everyone.”

SC: “I would get a new best friend.”

KC: “Hoes before bros, man. That’s not cool.”

MB: “I would cry a lot.”

NCB: “That’s kind of a terrible situation.”

PR: “I would make her cry.”

(What is your ideal date?)

PR: “Publix, we could go get cookies and stuff.”

NCB: “My ideal date would be this really good ice cream place, Dairy Joy.”

MB: “Yep. I would go there and the movies.”

NCB: “There’s that really sketchy Puppies! Puppies! Puppies!”

(When’s too soon to get married?)

Unison: “Now”

MB: “Right after high school.”

PR: “As long as it’s legal.”

(And if you had to pick one reason why you would break up with a guy, what would it be?)

KC: “Dishonesty.”

SC: “Yeah, cheating or lying.”

(If you had to choose between looking good or smelling good, which would it be?)

KC: “Ooh that’s hard one.”

PR: “I mean, you’re going to be really close with him, and if he stinks, ugh. Yeah, smelling good.”

KC: “I mean would he smell marginally good if he looked good?”

(No)

Unison: “Then, definitely smelling good.”

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About the Writers
Gabriela O'Brion, Staff Writer
Gabriela O’Brion is a freshman at Robinson High school. She has been a journalist for one year. She loves taking pictures and macaroni and cheese. She also loves art and her cat.
Claire Chen, KnightWriters Co-Editor-In-Chief
Claire Chen is the co-editor-in-chief of KnightWriters, the print newspaper. She is also a member of the Robinson Orchestra, Model UN, Mu Alpha Theta, and JSA. In her free time, Claire enjoys playing the piano and violin, reading, writing short stories, and running. She speaks Mandarin Chinese, and loves traveling to cool places.
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