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mecgirl95
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What is your favorite activity in school?

 
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twilightfann
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Re: What is your favorite activity in school?

Do you mean school subjects or after school activities? Well, my favorite subjects are art and english. And for after school activites I do photography club, a.r.t. (aesthetic restoration program. I don't why they don't just call it 'mural club' because we pretty much just paint murals, lol) drama, and tennis team.
The persons of their world lived in an atmosphere of faint implications and pale delicacies, and the fact that he and she understood each other without a word seemed to the young man to bring them nearer than any explanation would have done.
-The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton