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Brittany S. Pierce
, So..let's give this a whirl
The One and Only
Group: Senior Council Member
Member No.: 1
Joined: 29-March 11
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.full name: Brittany Susan Pierce
.occupation: Student and a self proclaimed nerd
.hometown: Lima, OH
Brittany views the world like a child would. Now, that's not to say that Brittany is stupid. In fact, she's very smart in her own way. The conclusions she comes to about things do have more meaning to them than most people realize, it's just that most people don't understand her logic and how she comes to the conclusions. She just has a very upbeat and shiny view of the world, looking at everything with a fascination and awe that most people seem to have forgotten as they grow up. She doesn't catch on to most things are quickly as he peers by that's alright; she knows what she's talking about and will eventually understand after she either has someone explain it to her or just becomes dead set on the explanation that she comes up with. She sees everything with a positive twist, trusting those around her not to lead her astray and taking everything that's sent her way with a twist of rainbows and a dash of magic.
There are very few things that truly upset Brittany, one of them being called stupid. Because she's not. And it's mean when people call her such. It tears her apart inside when people her call her names and while she will eventually forgive the person that did it, it's easy to see that she doesn't necessarily associate with the person as much anymore. She doesn't understand the need for people to me mean and to fight, and it upsets her greatly when those close to her (like Santana) act as such. (Though a lot of the time she doesn't realize how mean people are being and, in Santana's case, she really can't do much wrong in Brittany's eyes.
She loves to have fun in whatever way possible, especially when it comes to getting together with someone. It's rare for her to say no to someone because, really, she just doesn't know any better and wants to have a good time and plus! It feels good so why not? No one's really ever taken the time to explain to her why it might not be a good thing to just go around sleeping with anyone that comes her way and Santana does it so why can't she?
While it's hard to tell sometimes because of how quickly she changes what side she's on because she is easily influenced, Brittany is very fond of the Glee Club and will do just about anything for them if she knows she can. She loves to dance and sing and the club gives her that chance so she wants to stay apart of it and never have it go away. Ever. Because it's fun. And the people are nice to her for the most part even if they don't always understand how brilliant she really is.
.abilities/talents: Dancing+ Cheerleading Stunts + Cartwheels + Memorizing Cat Diseases + Singing (Because she's better than all of you)
.likes: Rainbows, unicorns, face paint, joy, glitter, disneyland, ducks, cats, fluffy sheep, skittles, dots, chocolate lava cake, dancing, hairography, pez dispensers, hats, teddybears, flirting and batting her eyelashes.
.dislikes: Violent computer games, when friendly competition gets ugly, the death of Bambi's mother, grapefruit.
Catherine Pierce (mother) , Harvey Pierce (father) , Betty Pierce (sister)
Brittany has never really quite understood religion. She's heard many conflicting views and, thus, believes an amalgam of various teachings with considerable amounts of fairytale logic thrown in.
.school affiliation: McKinley
Brittany was the first child of Harvey and Catherine Pierce, a well-cultured couple with an interest in world travel art and literature. Brittany's conception was unplanned and she was born eight months after the couple were married. Despite the lack of planning that accompanied her, the couple were delighted with their newborn child and named her after the region of France in which she was thought to have been conceived. With the introduction of a new small member of the family, however, backpacking and travelling the world became too expensive and inappropriate and the couple returned to their hometown of Lima, Ohio. Harvey took back his job at a local magazine, Lima Today, and Catherine began to work as a freelance illustrator for children's books, inspired by the fact that Brittany would one day be able to enjoy them herself. Little did they know that, at the age of sixteen, Brittany would still be enjoying them.
Brittany was introduced to the arts at a very young age, dancing to Vivaldi in her cot when she was only months old and being encouraged to paint once she could sit up. All seemed to be going well and, by the time kindergarden approached, Brittany showed tremendous promise. Her fingerpaintings were abstract and insightful and, while others seemed to write poems about flowers or animals, Brittany would write about the colour of sounds and the sound of hope. Her parents were told that she was gifted and, potentially, a synesthesist, considering her ability to think so abstractly, and she was sent to special classes and underwent various tests and quizzes to test her apparently limitless capabilities. People were surprised by her skills: it was unusual for a child to be so mentally skilled as well as physically capable as Brittany was very good at sport as well. She was a marvel. For those few months, Brittany was intelligent, insightful and gifted, or, at least, that was what people thought. Gradually, however, as time progressed, teachers and specialist psychologists began to notice cracks in the theory of Brittany's phenomenal intelligence: the more that Brittany was asked to paint a daisy or a daffodil, the clearer it was that Brittany didn't understand exactly what such flowers were, forcing her to instead nod and paint random swirls. Her ability to question the colour of sadness and the sound of yellow steadily appeared to be caused by a lack of understanding of the concepts of colour, emotion and sound rather than synesthesia. Her "intelligence" was merely caused by her cluelessness and the only thing that she was gifted in was the ability to smile and nod when someone told her something which she didn't understand.
Her parents were very understanding and tried their best to help her make the correct decisions in life, teaching her to follow people whom she trusted and to avoid violence or conflict, hoping that if they gave her basic ground rules, she wouldn't get hurt. The "love all" theory has since backfired slightly, however, as, since reaching puberty, Brittany has become fairly free about giving sexual favours, even priding herself on it. After all, if you love everyone, you'll love everyone, right?
Since acquiring her power of technopathy, Brittany after first not understanding what was happening to her, has come to fully accept her power. She's proud of it and is happy to be one of the mutant representatives out there and a particularly peppy one at that. She feels that if she shows that she is friendly and fun then other people will realise that mutants are awesome, wonderful people too. Then everyone will just be one big happy family. Although Brittany is not officially registered (her parents don't like the idea about it. Something about gold stars and Jews), her Fondue For Two video podcast regularly tackles everyday mutant issues like whether it's rude or not to read someone's mind without them knowing and if electrokinetics can take showers. Due to her technopathy, Brittany now thinks of herself as a nerd. After all, nerds are good with computers and can hack things. Thus, Brittany now wears prescriptionless glasses when she remembers.
The riots at McKinley have kind of turned Brittany's world upside down, the cheerleader not really understanding why everyone's fighting; she just knows that the people with the magic don't like the people without magic and it's causing everyone to be really, really upset. She's been doing her best to try and stay out of all of it but her friends have been getting beat up a lot, thus upsetting her more and more. It's been a common occurrence as of late for the cellphones of students and staff alike to not want to work properly when they're sending mean messages or anything like that and the PA system has taken to playing upbeat, peppy, happy music 24/7.
"Lord Tubbington, I wish you could come to school with me. You'd be able to make them all understand," Brittany said wistfully as she munched on a twizzler, laying on her stomach on her bed as she stayed nose to nose with the rather large cat sprawled on her bed. The feline just stared at her through squinted eyes, the tip of his tail flicking a bit. "I know! You should run the school. Everything would be better then."
Her phone buzzed and Brittany broke away from her staring match with the feline, the twizzler dangling from her mouth as she sat up and snagged it off her side table, peering at it.
God these humans are so stupid! I wish they'd all just die!
She made a face at her phone then squinted. "That's not very nice." Her phone made a twinkling sound at her and a reply was written out, Brittany's face lighting up. "Yes tell them that. Just like that. I like it." The message was sent and she slurped the rest of the twizzler into her mouth, flopping back down and cupping Lord Tubbington's face in her hands, kissing his nose. "You're the best cat in the whole wide world, Lord Tubbington."
On her side time, her phone buzzed but didn't make noise as a response text arrive.
'Be a Pinkie Pie not a Gilda'? Wtf dude? What does that even mean? Are you on something?
original skin by Boleyn of RPG-Directory