Ever since of what happened on the Gender Switch RP (which was now deleted, but it reveals that J was unsuccessful of holding his laughter), J's female counterpart, Jenny, was trying so hard at being a better driver than J (because J is her driving instructor), nothing ever comes out right for her, as she constantly whines about her unsuccessful driving techniques. They're not considered to be bitter rivals, however, as J stated that he just could'nt stand her constant whining, as he tries his best to make her feel better.
- If this conflict gives you lulz, please sign your name!
- --Ryushu the CatIMMA FIRIN MAH LAZOR!! 22:36, January 16, 2010 (UTC)
- J the Hedgehog --Don't be afraid to message me! 22:50, January 16, 2010 (UTC) (Don't worry, Jen! There's always a second chence XD!)
- If this gives you RAEG, please tell me why. Don't just sign your name, or else I will have RAEG. And you don't want to seem me with RAEG.
J: Well, Jen, according to your driving technique scores... [looks at the scoreboards and reveals that she was unsuccessful] You did'nt pass.
Jenny: WHAT?! [whines] But I wanna be a better driver than you, J! [cries]
J: [pats her back] There, there. There's always a second chance for you, Jen... [rubs his ear with his other hand, knowing how her whining can be ear-piercing to her whining] you must'nt give yourself up.
Jenny: [stops whining] You're right. I need to get better at driving!
J: That's the spirit!
(Both J and Jenny, along with the others, arrives back to driving school, with J being his female counterpart's driving instructor)
J: All right, Jen. Are ya ready for this?
Ryu: Good luck, Jenny!
(Both Jenny and J goes inside the Driver's Ed car (with jen behind the wheel)
J: Ok, Jen. You know what you got to do.
Jenny: [tries to think] Uhhh...
J: Just try not to swerve your car around like a maniac, avoid the traffic cones and don't forget to parralel park between two cars. Got it?
Jenny: Got it! [buckles up with a seatbelt and starts up the car] Here I go! [drives the car nice and easy as she easily navigates past through traffic cones and turning the car in different directions, with the signal lights on]
J: [tallies up the scoreboard] So far, so good, Jen.
Jenny: YAY! [she accidentaly lets go of the steering wheel while she cheers]
J: Jen, the wheel! [the car starts to swerve]
Jenny: Whoa! [grabs ahold of the steering wheel, giggles nervously] Sorry.
J: Its alright. Eyes on the road as always, Jen.