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posted May 28th, 2014, 2:01 am


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September 6th, 2013, 11:28 pm

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Frame 2:
I'm sure that will..
*puts on sunglasses*
Turn around.
YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAH!!

Well, there it is everyone. What would you say if someone asked you, in this position? If you were Sophie, would you even have been able to ask? Is this a fair thing for either of them? Why can't she stand up to her mother? Is she even actually lesbian, or is this a unique thing? Is Annie/Tony lying in frame 6?

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So yeah, I totally watched 'Session 9' while I was kicked out of my apartment this week because one of my roommates had a gentleman caller over. Watching horror movies before going to sleep in an empty office is freaky. However, Session 9 was really quite stupid and the plot was just so.. dafuq? I've now had four IRL friends watch it and then all had to look up spoiler things to figure out what the hell just happened too. End result: the movie is kinda dumb.
But, it had Horatio Cane in it (otherwise known as David Caruso). And you thought this was an unconnected thought!
Also, I'm proud of myself, after spending Saturday texting, I took off almost 5 hours to watch movies and NOT do Wildflowers stuff. It took more effort than I want to confess to.

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May 28th, 2014, 3:35 pm

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Hmmm difficult isn't it? I never had Annie's halfway house - I just jumped right in and I would have been hurt if a close friend had - meh - kinda blackmailed me actually. If Annie's cool with it then that's good for me and I hope they have a great time ... but I'm sure it'll be interesting when Vic turns up ( Ooops spoilers )

We don't have proms over here in the UK but we know what a big deal it is in the States. I blame the format of the prom, because it's such an old-fashioned 1950s thing, with people playing roles like the whole thing was a stage play and therein lies the problem. If parents didn't have such false fairy-tail expectations, then there would a lot less tears and histrionics attached. But I like the idea of getting poshed up in a nice dress :)

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May 28th, 2014, 4:03 pm

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@stickygirl: So you see it as blackmail to make Annie go as Tony? I can't say I entirely disagree. It is kind of like how some parents will ask their kids to go in boy mode or girl mode so it doesn't upset family member X during a reunion. Emotional blackmail. Then again, Annie offered of her own accord, she wasn't even technically asked.

As for Vic showing up - Sophie goes to a different school than Annie/Tony/Lexi/Mitch/Vic. Thompkins goes to a different school too. This came up (like, once) when Sophie came to watch Tony swim. So Vic should really have nooothing to do with the dance at Sophie's school.

I can't even remember if there were school dances at my high school in Alberta. I know there was the graduation dance, of course, but like, junior/senior proms? No clue.

I think the concept of said dance is more symbolic than anything, and I agree with the symbolism. It occurs at a time when you are becoming the man or woman you will be for life (lol). For many, it is the first time they wear a proper suit. For some girls, it is the last time they will wear a fancy dress. It is that one special night where they get to live as though there are what they want to be, instead of what they are the rest of the time. So I kind of get the psychology behind why it is so important to so many people.

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May 29th, 2014, 10:30 am

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I see it as a sacrifice for a loved one... sure, it might hurt, but the good should outweigh the bad. Thats how I view it, but I'm genderqueer and not going through what Annie and some of you are.

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