By Victoria D’Andrea
SCAers … will I see you again?
Aleksandra: As the high-scorer of the course, she will be asked again and again back to the school. I will make my way back uninvited and get to catch up.
Alex T: He will fall into a black hole and disappear entirely (or move to Japan).
Alex B: She will become a millionaire with all her crazy inventions and ditch all us broke bitches.
Alfie: We will not cross roads for many years. One day we will randomly meet in Copenhagen.
Alysha: Hopefully she will open her own bakery one day. Then I’ll be one of her best customers, become incredibly obese and die. Thanks, Alysha.
Andy: Definitely. With his wife at SCA it will be like he never left.
Antonio: Even if I tried, I don’t think I’d be able to disappear on this one.
Charles: He has the talent of appearing in random places. I think this will continue after leaving the school, and I’ll meet him around London now and then.
Coco: You know what you did, and you know the consequences.
Dan: Like in my last scoring scab, I still haven’t even seen him snacking. Not to mention share. So, that will be a no from me.
DJ: Quite mysterious. He appears and disappears during the day. I have an inkling he will also disappear without a trace.
Forrest: As one of my partner’s best friends, I fear I’ll have many more yells in the coming months.
Gémina: I’ll be seeing her every day at the queue in Norley’s.
Holly: As promised many times, I intend to meet up with this one at least once a month.
Jacob: In the future I’m planning on getting a haircut. I will be in touch to get hair gel recommendations.
Jemma: Quite active on the SCA Facebook chat. Will likely organise a meet with the HUSH intake. Marta will force me to go.
Joe C: I’ll see you in Bath! I’m ready to witness the frozen chickens irl.
Joe F: As he’s quite a bit taller than me, he’ll see me first.
Joe R: Not sure really. He always seems so content with life. Wouldn’t trust him.
Josie: I will see her on the street one day, wave and get completely snubbed.
Karolina: Can always be counted on to go to the theatre with. I’m not going to lose that.
Lauren: I don’t eat at McDonalds. Hasn’t been a problem this far, but I feel will become an issue in the future.
Lucy: I will meet her in a fancy hat shop in 3 years. She will laugh at my choice of beret.
Leonore: She will pop in and out of my raider now and then. Unpredictable and cheerful.
Maddy: I still have to see the amazing house I’ve heard so much about. Not dropping that acquaintance … yet.
Maria: As she has pointed out, Europeans that meet abroad tend to group. We will meet regularly to complain of all things English.
Marta: As my creative partner, I really hope I will be seeing her again.
Mary: I think Mary is the kind of person who I’ll just find at my door one day, even though I’ve never shared my address. I’m looking forward to it.
Max: I’ll see him on TV one day. He won’t see me, because that’s how it works.
Patxi: He will prefer to spend his time with his cooler friends. But Tom will get him to come back and see us.
Phil: We will not hear anything of each other for 10 years. Then we will meet on a cruise to San Tropez and fall deeply in love. The end.
Rachel: Just like in Bournemouth, Rachel and I will end up working in the same office, but somehow never see each other.
Ruby: I’ve already gone over the social obstacle of meeting his wife. I can’t have that effort wasted, so I will probably stay in touch.
Saphire: I have a feeling I will never see Saphire again. And I’m not even saying after SCA. I’m saying after this SCAB.
Sophie: I’ll definitely see Sophie again. Our short conversations are so awkward the universe will not want to miss out on the fun of throwing us together repeatedly.
Tarun: Our desk mate. It won’t end at SCA. Marta and I will stalk the partners while we are all jobless, so we can work together again.
Tom: In two months we cross paths in a gay bar. We will both pretend not to see each other.
Zoe: She will go on Love Island and become famous. We will meet often though, as I’ll become her manager.