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Alex Lin

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About Alex Lin

  • Birthday 01/23/1997

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  • IC Post Count 5
  • Playerx Kirupachi
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  • Char DOB Man
  • Char PB Elize Ryd
  • Char RAC Human
  • Char-Job Cartoonist | Professional Drummer | Child Caretaker
  • Birthdate Day 23
  • Birthdate Month 1
  • Birthdate Year 1997
  • Unknown Age
  1. Invite Surprise Visits

    "Hm? Sure. Just morph into a little pet or something and peek your head outta my shirt. Don't squeak too much or everyone will notice though." Alex didn't honestly mind the idea - not like it would be a form of cheating anyway, and her teacher was crazy enough to deem it a 'form of inspiration'. A little pets as stress relief in the middle of the exam would probably feel amazing, too. "You'll have to find that out yourself, buddy." Alex joked back, regarding what turned her on. Then again, past her surefire way which she dubbed her 'arousal switch', she couldn't speak much for it due to lack of experience. It wasn't something that tended to grip her mind for too long anyway, given how low her drive normally was. She nodded in confirmation. "I don't see why not." However, what he said next took some enjoyment out of her meal ever so slightly. She didn't reach for the second bite immediately. "Hey. You know you're top of the list for me." She protested, despite the obvious playful tone. "Regardless, that's not even the point. I'm probably chatting with the twins about this too. Just picked you first because you have more of a stable head on your shoulders." With the misunderstanding cleared, she finally could stomach something. A second bite occured before she spoke up again. "Hey, hey. No way. I wanna see you looking all dapper too, you're not dodging it." She was adamant about it, too. That would be one weird pairing if she looked like a million bucks and he looked like he just got out of bed. "Maybe just give the choice, but encourage formal? Not like full ball formal, just... Looking nice." Seemed like a fair compromise in her mind. She glanced back at the movie on the screen very momentarily - her gaze was cast down the moment Cole said he was proud of her, focusing a bit too much on the mostly uneaten lasagna on her plate. The heat of embarrassment rushed to her cheeks - she wasn't too used to blushing, and wasn't quite sure how to react to that involuntary reaction. After a few moments, she opted to close her eyes and clear her throat, trying to get a hold of herself. "...Thanks." She ended up responding in a bit of a softer tone than she had intended, before looking back at the movie and forcing her own insecurities out the window. It wasn't time for that - it was time for good food, good company, and a so-bad-it's-good movie. That's what she went there for and that's what they would do. "Wow, this looks terrible." She wound up commenting, looking quite amused despite her words. "I'm all in on this." A third bite made its way into her mouth as her attention was dragged to the screen like moth to a flame. Now that was her type of movie. "Whole new meaning to 'death by snu-snu'."
  2. Copy Paste

    Alex Lin
    Never one without the other, it's a package deal type of thing.
  3. Invite Surprise Visits

    "Oi. Shaddap." Alex made a face as Cole teased her about not drinking alcohol. "I have an exam first thing in the morning tomorrow. Y'know me, one beer leads to another, and I'm not really into precision drawing while hungover." It wasn't just an exam - it was a final one. She was in the last exam season of her life, and she wasn't quite sure how to feel about it. It was going to be weird to leave a schooling setting permanently, but on the other hand, she'd have a lot of free time on her hands. "Please? I don't think I'll get off on people stabbing and eating amid lap dances. Then again, there's people for everything." She joked as she reached forward, retrieving the tray from the coffee table and setting it down on her lap. It wasn't her favorite dish but she'd be lying if she said the combination of the delectable sight and hypnotizing scent didn't make her salivate. Her elbow moved to collide with his lightly as a response to the mild tease, a halfhearted way to get back at him. "We could go, if you want." She didn't honestly give it much thought - it was either him or Jamie, and the latter needed to actually go out with someone. Instead, she wondered if she should play cupid for her twin, or if he'd have the cajones to ask someone out - PR contract be damned. "Well. I'm not gonna ask Shane because he's the most disastrous person I know. Not gonna ask Jamie because I'm pretty sure there's a stick up his ass over all of us graduating and him not being in college." The darker side to having a soulmate - she knew everything about him, even the worst things, without him having to say it. "I... don't really have a reason why I didn't ask Toriya or Ana, really, but you're my best friend so you're above them by default. Congrats." Grabbing the silverware, she proceeded to gather a small portion of the lasagna on her fork. "You're still not helping though. What kind of celebration should we make? I was thinking of suggesting something like... Hm... More formal? Yeah, more formal. Well, not like super duper formal, but... Casual formal? Is that a thing?" Noticing she was rambling, she sighed and shook her head. Maybe she needed Cole to explain her own line of thinking to her. That happened sometimes. "Well, whatever. I need to get myself a dress. I skipped my prom so I don't have any. Can you teleport me to Narrie sometime? Mom's addicted to that sort of fancy schmancy shit, she could help me find something nice." And with that, she finally took a bite out of the divine dish. She really needed to eat out more... If only her wallet permitted.
  4. Let's Jam

    Alex Lin
    Alex and Alex, Alexing it up out there yo.
  5. Not So Platonic Soulmates?

    Alex Lin
    One of two people she'd watch the world burn over. She seems unaware of his affections due to being dense as a cement wall or hilariously stupid, or both.
  6. Invite Surprise Visits

    The Squib was, of course, utterly oblivious as to the reason why her cousin's hair color had changed - she had seen him with that specific color so many times she just assumed he liked it that way, and it didn't bother her in the least. In addition to that, she had no clue of his gaze dancing along her frame. She was all too busy serving his favorite dish, after all! "Mm? Why should I tell you? This way I can trick you into having dinner with me more often." She joked as she put two plates down on the counter, and fetched the silverware that would accompany them. Of course, the bag broadly advertised the restaurant - and as she retrieved both doses from it, the wonderful scent of freshly made lasagna filled her nostrils. She would be lying if she said she wasn't salivating at the thought of ingesting the whole meal at once. "Beer, soda or lameness?" Alex asked after placing the meals on each plate, and then retrieving two glasses. For herself, she carefully opened one of the blue raspberry soda bottles and poured half of the liquid in. It was an odd flavor, but she loved it. It was a good thing this wasn't her first time having dinner at that apartment (or second, or third, or tenth for that matter) as she already knew where the trays were. She placed the food and drink properly on the first one, her own, and took it to where they'd be eating. Once setting it down, she went back to the kitchen area. "Why not both? I got time to kill." After pouring whatever drink he requested, she did the same with his tray, setting it down next to hers. "There, I did all the hard work. What a gentleman." She proceeded to remove her jacket and let it hang from a nearby hook on the wall, and proceeded to plop down on the couch in front of the TV. She then removed her boots, carelessly tossing aside while stretching out her legs and feet afterwards. "Most people in our little group are graduating next month, yeah?" She decided to strike up a conversation while the movie wasn't yet underway. "I was thinking --shocking, I know--, what if we ask Miss Robbins to make some sort of Christmas-slash-Graduation day? Spices things up a little at least, I feel like I've been stuck in a routine for too god damn long."
  7. Invite Surprise Visits

    The woman lightly leaned upon the door frame as she waited for Cole to answer the door. "No, it's the boogeyman!" She replied, and silently winced as she heard a thud from beyond the entry barrier. It seemed she caught him by surprise on a whole new level - this was totally okay for her, it made the situation funny if anything else. As the door opened, she raised an eyebrow at the 'demands' presented to her. "Don't push it, boy, or else I'll take this fantastic lasagna elsewhere." A wink later, she walked past him, headed straight to the kitchen area without pause. She set both bags down on the counter surface - the drinks bag, and the meals one proper - and proceeded to remove the beers and sodas from the plastic. "I need a reason now? I'm offended." She joked, despite her straight face as she handled all the products she purchased. "Maybe I just want to spend some time together with my favorite baby cousin. If that's okay, that is." But then again, the truth would come out later, right? "AndJamieleftfortrainingsoIwantedcompany." She spoke quickly, and proceeded to hum an unintelligible song while seeking out some plates and silverware for their dinner. Clearing her throat, she glanced at him briefly. "You got any B-movies laying around?"
  8. Invite Surprise Visits

    "God damn it, Jamie, you asshole." Such was the annoyed comment that echoed throughout the respective boy's apartment as soon as one Alex Lin found a note directed at herself, the sticker glued to the door of the fridge. It read 'Impromptu training at the Outback - didn't have time to make food'. This usually proved deadly for the girl - she only knew how to ignite nuclear bombs in stomachs, and she didn't particularly feel like having to spend the next week or so stuck in bed due to severe food poisoning. She couldn't say she was much of a fan of eating alone either. Grabbing her keys, she left and decided she'd bring a surprise to a good friend instead - it would make her look like less of a trash mate, too. Two birds with one stone. Swinging by an Italian restaurant, she ordered two individual doses of lasagna - along with the choice of sodas and beer, of course- and rushed over to her cousin's apartment while it was all still piping hot. She was lucky enough to encounter someone leaving downstairs as she reached the entrance, thus not having to ring the doorbell. Quickly jogging upstairs to the correct door, she rang the doorbell once and then lightly knocked on the door with her knuckles. "Room delivery service! Open up!" She spoke loudly towards the door, and couldn't help but smile at her own joke. She hoped Cole was home, at least, and she didn't go and waste her money for no reason. Then again, she could always just sit there and eat her portion...
  9. Prolific Artistry

    Alex Lin
    If he needs something done, he knows who to call.
  10. Ahoyoy, Gremlin

    Alex Lin
    One of the Collins twins' victims.
  11. Pen Warriors

    Alex Lin
    A fearsome duo in the realm of wizardry political satire, from the pens of two Squibs.
  12. Friendzone Level 10

    Alex Lin
    Friends for forever now, but she seems unaware he's been having one or ten crushes on her over the years.
  13. Alex Lin

    Alex Lin
    Alex Melody and Jamie Devin were born in Melbourne, Australia. They had a pureblood wizard mother whom dropped everything to be together with their Muggle father, a cartoonist residing in that city. Alex is a squib, and Jamie is a wizard. There isn't much to speak of regarding their early childhood - the only thing of note is that she was enrolled in gymnastics as means of dealing with her energy, as it was the closest physical activity to their home. Wanting to make her father proud, she gave it her best and proved to excel in it - she was even considered for actual competition by her trainers. It all came to an end, however, when the twins were 8 years old. Their father left without a trace, and a severe economic burden followed. While Jamie managed to escape that hell due to his magical abilities by enrolling in Tallygarunga, Alex was forced to live through it with her mother. They had to pull out of gymnastics because it was too expensive, and she soon had nothing more than her father's pencils to spend her time with. She didn't take this well at all. In fact, it spawned numerous anger and behavior issues which her mother was having a very hard time quelling. They only got worse when she was ripped from her hometown and brought to Narrie, the saving grace being that, over time, she gradually opened up to the cousin that she met there. Somehow, this cousin got through to her. Somehow, Alex found that she could trust someone again. Over the years this gave her enough of a solid foundation to calm down, mellow out and start over. For once in her life she was content, wanting to do things for herself and her family rather than out of spite for someone whom wasn't even there. Her art became impeccable, and she focused some time on a drum kit her uncle had purchased for her. For once, she actually had skills that could serve her well. Eventually, as Jamie went to play for the local Melbourne Quidditch team, she moved out of Narrie alongside him to pursue her art studies. Just about to graduate, she is hoping she manages to break out sometime soon - whether it be in drums, or in cartoons.