As the factory bell rings, the cigarette girls emerge and exchange banter with young men in the crowd ("La cloche a sonné"). Carmen enters and sings her provocative habanera on the untameable nature of love ("L'amour est un oiseau rebelle"). The men plead with her to choose a lover, and after some teasing she throws a flower to Don José, who thus far has been ignoring her but is now annoyed by her insolence.
Murdoc would often attend his school, Sodsworth Comprehensive, reeking of whiskey and causing chaos by being the class clown as opposed to learning anything. However, his life was changed forever when a skin-headed school bully by the name of Tony Chopper made him crack after countless insults had been hurled day after day. Murdoc retaliated with a harsh, witty remark that led to Chopper breaking his nose, giving it the first of a stunning amount of fractures. From this day, Murdoc had found a new level of confidence; and a new outlook on how to get through life. 2b1af7f3a8