(I'm sorry, Jeremy, but to move on, I have to skip you.)
"AaAaAa! Let go!" Lance shouted in her face, putting his hands on her shoulders so she stopped. He then looked up at Emile, receiving a certificate from the principle, up on the podium. "Hey! That's the... guy! Grrr, since when was he even part of our class?!" Lance growled, watching Emile leave the podium to go back to his seat.
After that, the principle called off a few names, and came to Hakel. "Next up, Hakel!" he read the next name on the list, holding out Hakel's certificate for him to take. After he got it and went back down, the principle called out the next student, who happened to be Kaji.
"Congrats, Hakel." Lance said to him, turning his head to face Kaji, right after. "Looks like you're up, now."
"Yeah, I can see that." She responded slowly, her face had turned full red as she walked towards the podium where the principal was about to present her with her certificate. "Uhm, Thank you." She mumbled taking the Certificate and shook his unusually soft for-a-guys hands. "Good Job!" He smiled widly. Kaji just nodded and headed back to her seat. Once there she exhauled not even noticing she had been holding her breathe the whole time.
"Um..." Lance looked at Hakel for a second, then himself, then Kaji. "...I think we're in the other person's seat." he told her, blinking a few times, curiously.
"Next up, Lance!" The principle announced.
The moment the big man called the name "Lance", his stomach began to twirl, furiously. He stared at Kaji with a now dull expression, holding his stomach with his hand. "D-Did he just say-"
"Lance! Come up!" he repeated, holding out his certificate.
"..." Swallowing his worry away, Lance stood up from his seat, walking over to the podium. Taking the roll of paper from the principle, he faked a smile, waving at the crowd as he stepped back down... and tripped, face-first into the snow. ".............................." It became dead-silent. Lance didn't move.
Kaji looked at Lance "Get up Idiot." She whispered knowing no one could really here her, but she didn't want to see the kid face first in the snow either.* "Humph." She crossed her arms, it seemed forever to her that and he was still lying there in the snow... "Ugh. GET UP!" She cupped her hands over her mouth and yelled
((Thats fine it wasn't moving that fast so i left and did some other stuff.)) Hakel looked at his certificate as he was reminded of what he wanted to do after this. He smiled as he waited for lance to get his certificate
Pushing his arms off of the snow so he could get up, Lance got on his two feet and rose back up into the air. Holding his certificate firmly in his right hand, he marched back to his seat, not uttering a single word, or making any expression at all. There wouldn't even be a point to making an expression anyway, because his entire face was covered in a smooth, thin, covering of snow. He simply found his way back to his seat by instinct, too ashamed to even wipe the snow off. ".............................." Once again, he just sat there, motionless and silently.
"Uhhh, right... well, then... next, up... Tanay." the principle mumbled into the microphone, reading the next name off of the list as he got her certificate ready.
Tara was sitting in the row behind the others, leaned back in her seat. "Hmm... Oh!" Tara noticed something, and her eyes sparkled in excitement. There was a big table on the side with a lot of drinks. She bent down and then crawled away by everyone's feet not wanting to be noticed by the principle. And she wasn't. She grabbed a bottle of something, and sat there behind the table, un noticed. After Tanay took her certificate, the principle called Tara's name "Oh crap!" She exclaimed spitting out some of the wine she had in her mouth. Most eyes were on her now, as she slowly started blushing. She stood up, dusting herself off and put down the now half empty bottle of wine. She walked down to the principle, still blushing. She tripped at least 3 times till she reached him. Then she stopped there, in front of him with her hands behind her back, feeling really awkward. After she was given the certificate, she walked away as soon as possible. While going in between rows to reach her seet she tripped once more and fell down this time. "I'm fine!" She rose up her hand, shouting through the snow
Chuckling at what he heard, Lance wiped away the snow from his eyes so he could see Tara on the ground. He rested his elbow on his leg so he could hide his mouth under his hand as he leaned forward to look back. "Is she drunk?" he thought, looking around to see if anyone would help her, but no one did. "Sigh..." Brushing the rest of the snow off of his face, Lance got up and went over to Tara, helping her up by pulling up her hand she had raised and gently lifting her body. "Hm?" Lance's nose sniffed at Tara for a second, before he turned his head, looking away. "Oh no... she's loopy..." he muttered to himself.
"Hehehehe" Tara started giggling randomly, with a cheesy smile on her face. She looked down to see her chair, and sat down, though she almost missed it "Like I said, I'm fiiiine.." She told Lance waving her palm up and down. She looked to the side, glaring at the bottle of wine she left on the table. Suddenly she wanted to stand up again, but she did it too fast, so she hit into lance who was in front of her and finished back in her seat again. "Owie.." She rubbed her forehead.