Just wanted to make a quick post from my mobile to apologize for disappearing on everyone - had a few things come up family wise and it’s been an interesting week to say the least. That being said, I’ll do my best to get back into the swing of things this weekend and give you the activity you deserve.
name: charlie fields.
eye color: blue.
hair color: dark brown.
sexual orientation: heterosexual.
allergies: no allergies.
fears: he has a fear of becoming someone his mother could be disappointed in. all he wants to do is make her proud.
how often do they hurt themselves: charlie hurts himself constantly, on an emotional level. he tends to let his stubbornness and bitter outlook mess things up for himself. he’s also kind of clumsy.
relationship status: single and looking.
favorite saved url: fieldsofsarcasm
the next movie you’re planning to watch: x-men: days of future past
the last movie you watched: devil
the book you’re currently reading: the maze runner by james dashner
favorite male fictional characters: harry potter, eleventh doctor, finn hudson, jim halpert, lip gallagher, remy lebeau, ron weasley, rory williams, stiles stilinski, tenth doctor
favorite female fictional characters: amy pond, donna noble, faye chamberlain, hayley marshall, hermione granger, juno macguff, rachel berry, rebekah mikaelson, rogue, santana lopez
the number of songs on your iPod: 1895, according to itunes
that one song that’s been stuck in your head all week: sex by the 1975
the fictional character you identify with most: this one’s harder to answer. i identify with many characters in different ways that it’s impossible to just pinpoint one.
TO DO LIST:
- reply to hudrose 1x1
- reply to messages in inbox
- finn guide thing
- answer prompts received
- write bios for 1x1 characters
charlie, damian, daniel, kitty, nate)
- more things probably
updated may 24th, 6:01pm est.
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Whether it’s a short script or a long para, whether it’s been gathering dust for a week or a month or several months, you can always bug me to carry on a thread (especially if it’s my reply which is late).
Honestly, I’m so damned scatterbrained that I will appreciate the reminder immensely.
→ the basics
→ the appearance
→ the backstory
Anderson Edwards (father)
Marianne Edwards (mother)
Jackson Edwards (half-brother)
→ the details
Growing up in the Bronx with a single mother and no father in sight, the two were always very close. They were never wealthy by any means, always struggling to pay the rent and put food on the table, but they were happy and, if you asked Charlie, that’s all that really mattered. Still, it would have been nice to not have to worry about whether this would be the month the landlord would get fed up with the late payments. Because of this, he started working very young to help out with the bills, and learned of the great feeling of earning your own money early on. Everything that had they worked their asses off - which is what made things so infuriating later on.
He never gave a damn who his father was. After asking his mother one time, she let him know that they had never married and he took off the first chance he got. That was all Charlie really needed to know. He wasn’t about to spend his whole life wondering about the low life that wouldn’t even stick around to be there for his own kid - he wasn’t angry, or hurt by it, just saw it as more of a reason not to waste a single moment thinking about the guy. Until the phone rang one day and, there he was, on the phone. It wasn’t long before he was meeting him for nothing more than to get him to stop calling and to ease his mother’s mind. When he arrived on the Upper East Side, he didn’t know what to expect - but it wasn’t for him to be a highly successful business man, with a French socialite for a wife, and a wasp golden boy of a son. He wasn’t expecting them to be so friggin wealthy.
After all that not caring, he was pissed. He was pissed that he and his mom were struggling while his father was living a life of luxury with his new family, vacationing in the Hamptons, having massive dinner parties, and shaking hands with important people. By the looks of it, their son didn’t need to lift a single finger to get everything he wanted. So, he left in a huff, after a few angry remarks, and didn’t return - at least, not for a while.
When Charlie was eighteen, fresh out of high school, he found his way to the city (yes, the Upper East Side, coincidentally where his father, his father’s wife, and his step brother were living) after landing a job as a journalist for the NY Spectator. It was just his luck that the owner of the newspaper he was working for was Jackson Edwards - his half brother. With such a great opportunity, he couldn’t quit - he was now submersed in the life of his step brother whether he liked it or not, and by association, his father as well. By some miracle, Jackson wound up not being a complete tool and Charlie warmed up to him after a few months. In time, he even gave his father the time of day, but that was all. For his nineteenth birthday, he was informed of the trust fund his father had set up for him when he was born - he might have been a Fields, but he was technically an Edwards, and that entitled him to a shit load of money.
Now that he’s loaded, Charlie’s trying out the life of luxury for a while. Of course, however, he sends his mom generous amounts of money whenever they visit one another. Socializing with all the trust fun babies and socialites he’s found himself around (including his step-brother’s undeniably hot girlfriend) because of his family is no easy task for him - unable to let go of his bitter attitude towards all of the entitled Upper East Siders, it’s almost a chore just to listen to them talk. The thing is, now, he’s one of them. Still, with a sharp tongue and a work ethic that’s unmatched, he plans on taking Manhattan by storm, without the help of his father’s last name or the money he’s inherited. He’s Charlie freaking Fields for Christ’s sake.
+ bright, determined, good-hearted
- sarcastic, bitter, moody
Currently available for plotting.
- "I saw your browser history."
- "Do you even know what you’re doing?"
- "We’ve already tried this."
- "You don’t even know what you’re doing."
- "Beyonce isn’t that great."
- "How many times do I have to tell you?"
- "You have five seconds…"
- "I don’t even know who you are."
- "Didn’t your parents ever tell you that?"
- "Is this where you live?"
- "… Why are your hands down your pants?"
- "Is that a lobster?"
- "You’re late on child support."
- "You never go ass to mouth."
- "One ring to rule them all…"
- "He doesn’t even go here!"
- "Did you just take that?"
- "Is that a unicorn?"
- "You’re a muggle."
- "It’s your turn to do the dishes."
- "Were you going through my computer?!"
- "Are you pregnant?"
- "You need to be honest with yourself, no one likes Nickelback."
- "Shut up."
- "I know you’re having an affair."
- "They’re dead."
- "Voldemort isn’t dead."
- "Let me see your phone."
- "I can’t believe it’s over."
- "How high are you right now?"
- "I was with someone."
- "It’s not necessary to replace you, you’re not missed."
- "Why do you think we never worked out?"
- "What went wrong?"
- "You’re the most ridiculous person I know."
- "Are you okay?"
- "I’m having an affair."
- "Too little too late."
- "Snoop Dog just came into the diner."
- "You said we could get a puppy."
- "I need to move out."
- "You ordered a moon bounce?"
- "Don’t you want me?"
- "Meeting your mother changed my life."
- "Janitor’s closet NOW."
- "Is that for sale?"
- "Do you want to get a drink sometime?"
- "Your resilience is comparable to that of a cockroach."
- "He has a knife!"
- "I was on an episode of Cops once."
- "Are you a hoarder?"
- "We’re alone out here, you know?"
- "I killed her."
- "I need to go."
- "Why did you invite me to your wedding?"
- "You always do this!"
- "You’re the master of excuses."
- "Did you hire a stripper?"
- "I just got out of jail."
- "It was you all along?"
- "I know you don’t want to be with me anymore."
- "Were you ever happy?"
- "You’ve been in that same exact spot since 9 this morning."
- "There’s plenty of fish in the sea."
- "This is it."
- "I can’t believe it’s you."
- "We’re getting evicted."
- "I know who you are."
- "I wrote you a letter… Every single day."
- "They’re going to kill me."
- "You had sex with a serial killer."
- "Are you drunk?"
- "I didn’t love you anyways."
- "That was the worst day ever."
- "That was the best day ever."
- "Is this your first date?"
- "I’ve never been kissed before."
- "You’re famous!"
- "I can’t see you anymore."
- "What’re you here for?"
- "It’s always been you."
- "If this were a movie…"
- "Are you high?"
- "Stick a sock in it."
- "You’re better off without me.’
- "I’m better off without you."
- "You’re like a freaking Taylor Swift song."
- "What do you want?"
- "Fuck it."
- "That’s the worst advice I’ve ever heard."
- "Who ARE you anymore?"
- "Can I get a refill?"
- "Well you don’t see that everyday."