Adam and I walked upstairs and into his room. As soon as the door was closed, I turned to look at him. "Dude, what was with that little show down there?" I asked, probably radiating anger. I just could not believe what he was about to do. "What do you mean?" he asked, extremely confused. I literally almost slapped him. "What do you mean 'what do you mean'? You weren't going to tell Brian about Angel! Pack first dude! Always! And remember, you promised you would tell us everything!" He was going to betray us for a girl that didn't even remember him: shallow. "But I did tell him. That's all that matters. Now, do you want my information or not?" I sighed and rolled my eyes. "Well, when I got on the bus, I sat next to her and said something kind of flirtatious, since that's what a lot of guys do. Well she completely blew me off but then she apologized. I asked her if I could follow her around and she said sure, but then questioned me on if we had ever met before. That scared me, but I just denied it and she dropped it. Then throughout the day, I asked a lot of personal questions about her hobbies and all. She is kind of odd: she seems really closed off when you first meet her, but once she learns to trust you she opens up. She will tell you anything once you earn her trust. I found that her favorite colors are neon, she liked animals, painting, singing, acting, helping others, and putting rude jack asses in their place." For some reason, I felt like the last one was something I should probably ask for an elaboration on later. "Her least favorite things though are bugs, rude people, anyone who treats her as a lesser person, and she absolutely hates guys trying to show off around her when they just met. I learned that one the hard way. Oh, and she despises people who use extremely cheesy pick up lines." She sounded like a typical teenager. Well, except for the part about her having unnatural strength and scars all over her body. "Okay, so what is this whole 'putting guys in their place' thing about?"
"A guy was being really rude to her, so I stepped in. We got in a fist fight and he started to choke me. She punched him right in the head, hard. But a woman, who I assume was the principal, came over and busted us." I looked at him impatiently. "And? What happened?"
"She took all the blame and told the principal that she started it." I nodded, thinking. "So, she will pretty much do anything to protect the people she cares about and craves equality. Cool. Sounds like she hasn't changed much since she was eight." I replied.