(New to the party? If you havent already checked out the OOC, do so now!) "So, you're not allowed to invite any of those guys from Beta, because I know how they are. They're stupid, and loud, and obnoxious, and just...and they all smell bad, you know? Like football guys do when they get done a game and don't take showers..." It was a bad idea to let the sentence trail off into a wistful thought about the smell of the football squad, but that was just Pepper's way of being Pepper. Never staying on the right track. Always being lead in so many different directions by so many people, not giving a hoot about who she left behind. A weakness and a plus though it may have been, she was bound to eventually pull her mind back to the topic at hand, which was handing out the invitations. Tucked neatly under her arm were pink and white invitations, red embroidered around the cards to make the font stand out. In the center of the white card read, "Cordially Invited" in an Olde English Script. The cards had cost her easily 32 bucks to make, but that was nothing. Money was never a problem. That's what she learned living up in the Oritcott Mansion with her cousin and sister. Swinging up her brown hair that was messily tangled into a yellow headband, she shoved her cousin John, waving a card at him. "'Member when you said you wanted to put Oricott Party on the front of the cards? That would have scared people off! You had to make it look nice if you wanted people to come to the house. nice and pretty, like I did~"she cooed, waving the card a bit more into his face as if he didn't see it. The bell signaling lunch time rung in the hallways that John and Pepper stood, and immediately, the ground began to rumble with the footsteps of hundreds of kids preparing to leave their class rooms. John and Pepper took off of school that day just to prepare for the party. They were nearly done. The last and probably hardest thing to do was to hand out the invitations without their friends running away like dogs with their tails in between their legs. Pepper chewed her tiny pink bottom lip, nudging her cousin in the shoulder. "Good luck..."she said before the first door opened and the swarm of students fled out of every door in the hall. Pepper caught one of her friends by the arm, pulling their sleeve gently before giving them a large, innocent smile. "Hey! My party, remember! Still wanna come?"she asked, holding the card out to their face.