Everyone was now in the meeting room. Thank God it was that big, or it wouldn't have fit all these people. The students were silently talking and whispering about their holidays and roommates. Some people were happy, some weren't, and some didn't even know who were they sharing a flat with. Some students still didn't come, since the school accepts new students till January. The director got on stage, holding the microphone in his right hand and a paper in his left hand. Everyone grew silent that moment.
"Hello students! I'm your director, Mr Scott. First of all, I would like to apologize to all of you, since you are supposed to have a flat each, but you are going to have to share with another person. It's not a choice, we try to put you with your friends but sometimes it can't be possible. This system will work for a month or two maximum, so don't worry. Now, I'd like to fix your flats and roommates. So Perrie Edwards and Jesy Nelson are in 715, Niall Horan and Liam Payne in 325, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Taylor Swift in 948, Zayn Malik and Louis Tomlinson in 723, Demetria Lovato and Selena Gomez in 514, Bella Thorne and Zendaya in 630, Ariana Grande and Kristen Stewart in 268, Katy Perry and Cher Lloyd in 349, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner in 876, Calum Hood and Luke Hemmings in 501, nice number by the way, Ashton Irwin and Michael Clifford in 490, Austin Mahone and Justin Beiber in 300, Harry Styles, you got 205 for yourself at the moment. Adele, you got 750 for yourself too." He finished. Right then, many people were whating about the unfair rules. Three girls ran in, heavily breathing, getting all the attention. "Who are you? What are your names?" Mr Scott asked the three girls.
"I'm Nina Dobrev, this is Maia Mitchell and this is Jade Thirlwall." Nina said. They didn't know each other, but since they were all late, they got each other's names. Nina and Maia had brown hair but Jade had brown-golden hair, it looked cute on her.
"Oh. Well Nina, you are in the same flat as Adele, so in 750. And you two, in 211. Those of you who don't have their key cards, you can have them at the lobby. Thank you, students." Mr Scott finished once again, but this time he left the stage. Everyone ran out of the meeting room. Some students went to get their key cards, and others went in their rooms.
I can already tell you that some people would suffer. Some students seem to like others, and that's definitely not a good sign.