Ryan whistled as he saw how far these throws would go. He was generally impressed by this, grinning visibly. "These guys are good, aren't they Ojime?" He looked towards his friend and she was...Frozen. Her legs were shaking as if she were in a blizzard. How can stand up to these amazing students when they have what I lack? Oh, and in front oftheoriginalsymbolofpeaceI'llbeadisappointmentashisstudentand mylifegoingtostartcrumblingdownsomebodyendmyli-
Snap snap! "Yo! Oji!" Ryan said snapping his fingers next to Ojime. Her 'inner panic attack' had ended thanks to him. Ojime looked at Ryan who had this relaxed composure based on his smile. "Just chillax, a'right? Listen, let's both go together. I'll stand by yo' side."
Ojime slowly nodded to this suggestion. Before she knew it, Ryan had grabbed her hand and started walking the field. With step she took, her legs wobbled and almost fell. Supporting her, Ryan held her hand tightly as the two of them made to the field. From there, Ryan faced All Might and pointed his thumb towards Ojime.
"This girl here, Ojime Maboroshi, will be goin' first, Mr. Might. I'll just be here to support her."
Before Ryan...She had to go FIRST. Ojime gulped and whimpered a little. It wouldn't be hard at all to see that she was scared, nervous, and even anxious at the same time. What to do now? How will she stand up? She'll make a fool out herself! She'll be the laughing stock of the class! She'll-
"Here ya go!" Ryan's voice said. The mouse-eared boy was holding the javelin in his hands and was handing it to Ojime. "Remember. You got this." He said with a wink before standing off to the side, close by to her.
With the javelin in her hands, Ojime took a deep breath, but couldn't shake of the inner pressure she was going through. In fact, the javelin itself was shaking so much, she accidentally dropped it (thunk!) and quickly picked it back up. In her mind, Oji looked like a nervous wreck.
"Go, go Ojime!" Ryan's voice can heard from the other side.
"You got this girl, just take it slow!
You're Ojime, the best girl I know!
I get it, yo' nerves seem big at this point time,
so that's why I'm makin' these inspiring rhymes!
Go, go Ojime! You got this girl!
Go, go Ojime! Shock the world!"
This gave a spark in Ojime's confidence. Ryan...Thanks.
Ojime moved her arm back, aimed the javelin upwards, and with one swing...
The javelin flew...67 meters far. Ojime took another deep breath. Finally...It was over for her. "Phew...I did it." She was then welcomed by the bouncing joy of Ryan. "Woo-hoo! Way to go Ojime! Feel better now?"
Ojime nodded with a small smile. "Now that I did it...I feel a little better."
"Great! Now I know you'll do great in the 100 meter dash!"
......Aw carps and crap. Oji thought.