|Brianna Alexia Raine|
|Birthday:||June 26, 1996|
|Education:||University of Barfield|
|Occupation:||Student / Waitress @ The Tiki Grill|
Brianna likes to put a lot of effort into her appearance. She often wears things that are traditionally feminine, like skirts, dresses, and jewelery. She also really enjoys doing her make up and hair.
Brianna would consider herself to be a very straightforward person. She knows what she wants, and she'll do whatever she needs to get it. She's very stubborn, and sometimes she can be manipulative and controlling towards others if it seems like they can't get her whatever she wants.
When meeting new people, she can be extremely outgoing, or not interested in whoever she's talking to. Sometimes she can be judgemental while meeting new people, and if someone doesn't interest her right away, sometimes it can be hard for her to want to talk to whoever again. She tends to be really snarky and sarcastic around everyone. She's also a very opinionated person, and she can rant about almost anything.
Brianna Alexia Raine was born on June 26, 1996, to Iris and Noah Raine in St. George, New York. Her mother was a failed broadway actress, and her father was a chef at a small restaurant. The two met when Iris got a job as a waitress, and they got together almost immediately. After six months of dating, her proposed to her and only two months later, they got married. A lot of people on each side of their family thought that they were rushing into it, but they never cared. After three months of marriage, Iris got pregnant unexpectedly, and at first, the two didn't know whether to keep the baby or not, but after long discussion they decided to keep it, even though they weren't the most financially stable. Nine months later, she gave birth, and the rest is history.
Brianna's parents always tried to give her as much as they could while she was growing up. Her parents constantly felt guilty about not giving her a lot because they felt as if they were robbing her of a better childhood. Nevertheless, they carried on with life without any major bumps on the road.
When she first started school, she was always one of the quieter kids in class. She never really learned how to socialize with other people, so she didn't make that many friends. However, she was fairly smart, and she usually made good grades.
Brianna started to become a lot more outgoing when she started middle school. She didn't have that many friends in elementary school, so she wanted to try to make some in middle school. In her first year of middle school, she was always awkward with others, not really knowing how to approach them, but she got better with it as more time passed. During the 7th grade, Brianna started to become a bit popular. She had a lot of friends, and she usually got along with everyone. She often went out with her friends, and she liked spending time with them. She managed to get pretty good grades during middle school.
While Brianna was in middle school, her parent's marriage started to crumble. The two constantly fought, whether it was about something as small as what to eat for dinner, or as big as finances. They tried to not fight with each other whenever Brianna was home, but whenever they did, she just ignored them. She thought that whatever they were fighting about would just resolve itself, and she didn't want to get involved.
Since a lot of her friends in middle school were going to high school with her, she retained some of her popularity throughout 9th and 10th grade. High school was a lot harder than she thought, so she tried to focus more on her schoolwork rather than her friends. Since she also wanted to start making money, she got a job as well, which was another reason why she couldn't hang out with them. Sometimes she felt bad when she couldn't be with her friends because of school, and work, but that feeling always went away because she knew what was more important.
While Brianna was in 11th grade, her parents told her that they were going to get divorced. Brianna was obviously upset with the news, but she never showed her parents (or anybody else, really) that it bothered her. Her parents would still live together because of financial reasons, but after the divorce, living with both of them never felt right.
Since Brianna became isolated from her friends, and focused more on her schoolwork, and her job, she lost a lot of friends in the 11th grade. She never really cared, because she was more determined about her future, rather than just going to parties, or hanging out with people she would never see again in 4 years. Sometimes she would hang out with friends, but she would only do it if she was done with whatever she needed to get done. When she finally graduated high school she was proud of her accomplishments, and was positive that she was gonna end up in a good college.
Going to college was something that was very important to Brianna, so she applied to as many as she could. All of the schools she applied to weren't in New York, because she wanted to go out of state, even though she knew it would cost more. She ended up getting accepted to a few colleges, and she decided to go to University of Barfield. Since her parents had a savings account for her since she was born, tuition wouldn't be a problem, and since Brianna usually saved whatever money she made from her job, flying over there wouldn't be too big of a financial issue for their family. So by the end of the school year, Brianna was ready to go to Montero.
Once she arrived in Montero, she had an issue. She realized that she really didn't have a place to live, and she was nervous because she knew she couldn't afford an apartment. Luckily, she found an ad for a person looking for a roommate, and once the two met, they immediately clicked. After getting to know each other, the person said that it was okay if Brianna moved in, and that they would split paying the rent.
Once the school year started, there was almost a sense of comfort because no one knew who she was. It felt like when she first started school, and she could be anyone. She usually tried to stay focused with school, but she did end up getting invited to parties a lot. Feeling like she missed out during high school, she went to them so she could socialize with people, and sometimes she might've hooked up with random guys or girls. She tried her best to try to balance her education, and her social life, but it proved to be challenging. She ended up barely passing at the end of the school year, so she decided the next year she would stop going to parties, and spend all of her time with school.
When the next school year came around, she became determined about school. Sometimes she couldn't help herself, and she went to a few parties, but for the most part she focused on whatever was important to her. A lot of her friends that were partygoers often wondered about her, but Brianna never really cared about them. Currently, she still attends University of Barfield where she majors in journalism, and is a waitress at The Tiki Grill.
Iris and Noah Raine are Brianna's parents. She has a pretty good relationship with both of them, albeit, not the closest.
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