And so did the romantic story of Daisy getting rescued by Abbey come to its end. She could then have the attention she wanted, it just wasn't from the right guy. The end.
Jessica gets fed-up while Rachel nurtures on this love drama. Although, Jessica would not like to leave without letting know she thinks Lucy is cool.
tekkadon, on 30 October 2012 - 01:39 PM, said:
I was just saying that community probably just sees people who are introverted or loners as weirdos, simply because its not considered "normal" behaviour to avoid everyone else.
Who knows, maybe Augustus could be a manipulative sociopath ready to stab his victim in the back when least expected?
Actually, I do agrees people who are introverted/loners easily gets the stamp "weird" when being themselves. As for Augustus, I gets the impression he has no interest in having a broad array of friends, rather he focus on a deeper relation with a limited number of individuals. This is indicated by his interaction with Daisy comes to a really deep level, slipping out pieces of information on Alejandro's revenge. He's in fact a pretty sociable person in contrast to a certain emotionally disturbed (and likely extrovert) girl who bashed him for having no friends. Chit-chat is a nuisance to him, but upon a subject that appeals him, like Daisy, he will provide a detailed opinion on the matter. During recess he might very well prefer to makes his own personal space away from people, finding their trivia topics only to be exhausting and a waste of time. Why he approached Lucy in the first place is up to speculations, but it seems in the end he finds her behavior intrusive. He may normally have a fabricated act when around people, but even if he dropped it, he still could very well rather observe than to participate. Of course, just appearing out from nowhere targeting that single vulnerable girl isn't going to win him a good impression among the people.