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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2014

    Aqua

    Don't stop!!! (I always do two stars, but that's my identification. Not what l'm rating your story)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2014

    Good........

    Who has no eyes?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 2, 2014

    Silver

    Trying to figure it out... anyway, STOP WITH THE HOODIES!!! Continue

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 2, 2014

    Night To Remember- Part Two

    Claire woke up the next morning. "First morning of summer." She smiled as she lifted the blinds. "Claire! Time to go!" Claire's mom called. She gasped. She had forgotten to pack! Just then, she saw bags packed with clothes, books, and toiletries. Her mom was the best. Claire quickly got dressed in a black tank and skinny jeans, a blue sweatshirt from "The Fault in Our Stars" and matching blue tennis shoes. She put on her glasses and grabbed the bags. "Quick, your flight leaves in an hour."" My?" Claire asked. "Yes, your riding by yourself. Well, some of my friends said their daughters would sit woth you and go with you! Their names are Amanda and Gabbi." Claire frowned. She would rather be animating than on some plane with strangers. In England, Matt picked up his room as his father entered. "Hey, Matt. Listen, your sister is coming with friends. I was wondering if sice your staying the night at Edd's, could they come?" Matt smiled widely. "Sure dad!" He said. His fater ruffled his hair and exited. Matt quickly fixed it and yawned. A few houses down, Edd danced around the house happily. "What's gotten you so excited?" His father asked. "Nothing." Edd said happily and closed the door to his room. Edd and Claire had met before. When they were young, Claire used to live with Matt. Claire and Edd were bestest of friends. Edd may had a slight crush on her. Then, her mom and her moved to the Americas for her job. Edd just couldn't wait! Back at the plane, Claire sat down in a window seat. Soon, beside her sat a girl with pale brown hair and no eyes. She wore her hair up in a ponytail. She also wore a black tank, a blue hoodie and sleeve up to her middle arm, lighter blue jeans and boots. Beside her was a ginger girl with green eyes and perfect hair. She wore a purple hoodie and a green scarf around her neck and light blue skirt. "Hi.." Claire said nervously. "Hey, Amanda." The girl with no eyes said. "That's Gabbi." She said pointing at the other girl. "Claire." She said. Amanda smiled. "Cool." She said as they lifted off. After a few hours, the three girls exited and talked. Claire accidentally bumped into someone and fell. "Hey, watch it, will you?!" Amda demanded. A girl with darker hair than Amnda turned around. "Sorry!" She said, brown eyes narrowed. She wore a red hoodie with the words "I Love Grenades" on it and black jeans. "It's alright." Claire butted in, standing up. "You have a cool accent. Russia or Norway?"" Sweden." She said. "My name is Claire and they are Amanda and Gabbi. You just met Amanda. Gabbi is checking erself out in the mirror." She said. "I'm Mary." She smiled. "Claire!" A voice called. She turned to see an old face. "Matt!" She called and hugged him. "So glad you could make it safely!" He said smiling. ((Thats a wrap for part two!))

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