Anna: Tell him at the moment the last thing you need are boys. Focus on your studies man. Okay, not really but express that your apathy for what other people's opinions. Like Powerpoint that shit.
Reign: Please explain to your dad that the way you dress is your own personal choice and that you dress for yourself and not for others. I'm pretty sure you'll eventually find a guy who will like you beyond your clothes, so dress how you want! Be free, my little butterfly!
"It's only the third week of school and already I gained the freshman 15. Fuck my life. Help me lose it."
Anna: Calm down. It's not the end of the world. It's only the third week, like you said. I know in college you walk a lot, which is good. The variety of food is wider now so you're not limited to rice meals, so go have a sandwich. They're cheaper too. Also try some crash diets, especially now that you can eat (depending on your prof) during class.
Reign: I wasn't aware that there was a so-called, "Freshman 15". I'm assuming it's something to do with weight. You can cut down on the carbs and start tracking what you eat. It's not easy to lose it fast but yeah, you can start with baby steps.
"I want to make my senior year really memorable. Like Breakfast Club memorable. But I don't want to get sent to the principal's office."
Anna: Good that you don't want to get in trouble. I know this great prank that isn't so bad. You can try changing all of the wallpapers of the computers in the computer lab into a meme (because we all know how annoying they are). Use some windows to conceal what you're doing. If you're going for a Breakfast Club effect, then you don't need to do something that devious. A heart to heart in a place you don't usually hang out would work too.
Reign: You don't have to do crazy things just to make your senior year memorable. I hate to break it to you but The Breakfast Club is just a movie, it's rare for that to happen in real life. But hey, maybe you come up with an elaborate senior prank that won't get you caught. Put "wet paint" signs on every wall in the building; that's a fun idea.