Invisible Crowns - riptearton

The cheer squad's table sat in the centre of the dinner hall, pristine and untouched - like it was every lunch time. Despite their obvious suffrage from anorexia, they still chose to sit in the room where all the food in the school was located, undoubtedly so they could cackle as loudly as their voices could allow at other students who didn't fit into their image 
 of "cool".

And still, the other pupils pass by, ignoring their snide comments; not daring to retaliate. Because retaliating against high school royalty presented you with a punishment worse than death.

The End

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