Joe Foster ✖ 15 ✖
Charlie McDonnell ✖ Open/Closed
I don’t want the world to see me ‘cause I don’t think that they’d understand.
Joe is a conformist, doing whatever he can to go with the flow. Being that he just started Rose Valley this year, he doesn’t know what to do or how to act. It’ll get him in trouble sometimes, but he’ll just wave around his parents’ money to make it go away. He’s clueless when it comes to secrets, gossip, drama and things along those lines. Joe is like a shadow; it’s nice to have him around, but he sticks to your side like glue.
When he’s not being something he’s not, then he’s a care-free kid. He can make you laugh and feel good about yourself if you’re around him long enough. His real friends tell him he should just be himself. But he’s scared of what everyone else will think of him. He just wants people to like him, and he decided that if he can get enough friends, then he’ll come out and show people that’s he’s in fact a great guy.
When everything’s made to be broken, I just want you to know who I am.
Being that he’s the youngest of four other brothers, he’s grown up to hearing that he’s not good enough, or that he should be more like his brothers. So that’s what caused him to turn into a conformist. He made sure to watch his every move. His parents aren’t very proud of him, so they sent him to Rose Valley thinking that his riches would get him to open up.
And you can’t fight the tears that ain’t coming, or the moment of truth in your lies.
↳Sky Greene: He likes being her shadow. Joe likes how nerdy she is, and he likes to absorb her intelligence. You could say they’re friends, but he’s sure that she doesn’t even notice him in the hallways.
↳ Sara Morris: They are friendship at its finest. He decided to show her the real him, and when she accepted him, he found it easier to be himself. Joe doesn’t see himself liking her, but if it happened, he wouldn’t protest it.
↳ Jude Perry: Joe and Jude are brothers separated at birth. Though, Jude doesn’t know who Joe really is. Considering Jude is the cooler one, Joe feels like he has to put on this guise of bad boy/popular guy attitude. He wants to be honest with the boy, but he doesn’t how he’ll react.