Full Disclosure

posted August 6th, 2014, 2:01 am


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October 12th, 2013, 6:06 am

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I still have no idea what she wrote to Sophie. Now I don't need to know! Yay!

Annie has never been to Sophie's house. I wonder why?

I DIDN'T SEE THIS COMING WHEN I WROTE IT!
But then again, how else would Sophie react?

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August 6th, 2014, 8:21 am

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Do we actually see four full disclosures going on as a result of the upcoming prom and dance ?
1) Vic disclosing about his feelings for Annie, but will we ever know for sure about his true intentions.
2) Annie owning up to her true feelings about her sent text to Vic.
3) Annie dealing with her text to Sophie.
4) Sophie disclosing her true feelings towards Annie, as shown in today's installment.

And we still do not know if Annie is even going to the dance, and if so, if she is going stag or coupled, and with who !

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August 6th, 2014, 11:05 am

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@CuteDress&TwinPonytails: With (4), not only is she disclosing her true feelings towards Annie in Annie's presence, but disclosing them to her (religiously/morally) conservative mother.

So effectively you could split 4 into 4a and 4b (since Sophie's making two disclosures, but both at the same time).

Further complications arise because Sophie attends a different school to Annie and Vic, so unless she attends one for the first half of the evening then races across town for the second half of the evening, or both schools have inexplicably booked the same external venue for their dances (rather than holding them on-site), Annie won't be able to attend both - so will have to choose one or the other (I doubt she'll take the third option and attend neither - unless between now and then someone hits upon the idea of a second dance open to those from both schools in town [or all schools if the town's large enough to have more than two]).

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