The T Word

posted August 19th, 2014, 2:01 am


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October 21st, 2013, 12:26 am

GreenKrog

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She actually has been stringing him on for a long time, when you think about it.

I don't pray any more, because I don't believe in a deity. But sometimes I still just drop and need to whisper something, to something, whatever it is out there. You could call is a prayer.

Not that they are ever answered.

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August 19th, 2014, 2:11 am

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Silly Annie; When even Vic thinks it's a Bad idea, you should probably listen.

@GreenKrog: I'm kinda the same way. I don't really believe in any higher entity; but it can be quite calming, and sometimes even helpful to whisper, yell, scream, etc at it anyways.

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August 19th, 2014, 11:06 am

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Does Vic know how to get hold of Sophie (either directly or indirectly [i.e. via others])?

Heck, round up Sophie, Andrea, Lexi plus possibly even Lexi's parents, Mitch and Bill...

...although whether any of that lot will be able to talk sense into Annie is another matter entirely...

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August 19th, 2014, 3:47 pm

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@mittfh: Vic most certainly has everyone's info in some capacity or another. He is too organized not to.

What exactly would you propose he do, if he does round everyone up? Like, where do you go with it? Have an intervention and be like, Annie, you are a girl, start acting like one? :)

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August 19th, 2014, 4:17 pm

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@GreenKrog: Well, pretty much everyone would convey more-or-less that message, albeit each would do so in their own way. Of course, it's likely to take many more stumbles before Annie finally lets go of Tony.

Confidence-building is the key, and judging by some tales I've read, even in cases where the protagonist is universally accepted, she can find it difficult to accept compliments, believing they're mere platitudes and not what they really think - with doubts occasionally resurfacing years after GRS, despite having what appears to be a perfect life (husband, career, home, several adopted children).

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