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  1. #91
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    Apr 2013
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    Your name is Ellery Marie Hopkins and you are an 18 year old trainee at a famous ballet school, The Juilliard School. You've been dancing since you were six years old and dancing is your life. It gets even better when you're selected to play the leading role in an upcoming performance your school is hosting, "The Nutcracker". But it also comes with some consequences--like not being able to have a real social life and being around only other dancers most of the time.

    School is let out for the summer and you've signed up to go on a school-sponsored summer-long trip to Paris, France along with your two closest friends, Armand Louis van Hatten and Polly Jane Harford. In late June, after a hard week of dancing, you and your friends go to a local nightclub, where you meet a trio of guys. One of them--the taller, thinner, and quieter one--captures your attention. You get the shy boy talking and it turns out he's an American art student on vacation to France with his best friends, Zack and Jesse. You spent most of the night talking to him and you didn't realize until you and your friends were about to leave you forgot to ask his name. You run back to the club and ask. He smiles and says his name is Parker.

    Even though Paris is a big city, you keep bumping into Parker. You have several romantic rendezvous with him in Paris, as well as in other parts of France. On the day he's set to leave, he stops by the flat you're sharing with your friends and gives you a piece of paper with all of his contact information and a quick peck on the cheek. He's on your mind for the rest of the summer. Then, you forget all about him when you get back home and serious with dancing.

    4 years later, you've graduated and are now a professional dancer working for a company called Ballerina Shoes. You're also still single and have no children. You'd never admit it, but you feel guilty you've never kept in touch with the guy you met in Paris. Then, as if it's Fate, your company goes on tour with its latest performance of "Giselle" to San Diego, California and you swear you saw Parker in the audience. Of course, you could be wrong.

    After the show, you sign fans autographs, then you and the other dancers return to your dressing rooms. In your room, there is a gorgeous bouquet of roses waiting for you. The card says, "Meet me at Cafe De Paris tomorrow night at seven. I'll be waiting. Love, Parker." You're literally jumping up and down, you're so excited. The following night, you dress yourself to the nines and meet him at seven--even skipping a staff meeting. But it was worth it--you had the time of your life and have fallen head over heels for Parker!

    Parker is now officially your boyfriend and he comes to almost every show. But 3 weeks later, your company is ready to move to a different state. You're devastated. So much so you can't concentrate on dancing and, on the final show of the week, you fall on stage and severely break your leg. At the hospital, the doctor gives you the worst thing you could tell a dancer: you'll never dance again.
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  2. #93
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    Jul 2013
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    Leeds, Uk
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    My name is Lily and I'm an 18 year old trainee at a famous ballet school. I've been dancing since I was six years old and dancing is my life. It gets even better when I'm selected to play the leading role in an upcoming performance my school is hosting. But it also comes with some consequences--like not being able to have a real social life and being around only other dancers most of the time.
    I'm going to The Julliard School.
    I'm starring in our performance of A Midsummers Nights Dream.

    School is let out for the summer and I've signed up to go on a school-sponsored summer-long trip to Paris, France along with my two closest friends, Clara and Sienna. In late June, after a hard week of dancing, me and my friends go to a local nightclub, where we meet a trio of guys. One of them--the taller, thinner, and quieter one--captures my attention. You get the shy boy talking and it turns out he's an American art student on vacation to France with his best friends, Leighton and Kyle. I spent most of the night talking to him and I didn't realize until me and my friends were about to leave I forgot to ask his name. I run back to the club and ask. He smiles and says his name is Alex.

    Even though Paris is a big city, I keep bumping into Alex. I have several romantic rendezvous with him in Paris, as well as in other parts of France. On the day he's set to leave, he stops by the flat I'm sharing with my friends and gives me a piece of paper with all of his contact information and a quick peck on the cheek. He's on my mind for the rest of the summer. Then, I forget all about him when I get back home and serious with dancing.

    6 years later, I've graduated and I'm now a professional dancer working for a company called Ballerina Shoes. I'm also still single and have no children. I'd never admit it, but I feel guilty I've never kept in touch with the guy I met in Paris. Then, as if it's Fate, my company goes on tour with its latest performance and I swear I saw Alex in the audience. Of course, you could be wrong.

    I swear I saw him in Baton Rogue, Louisiana when my company was performing Gisselle.

    After the show, I sign fans autographs, then me and the other dancers return to our dressing rooms. In my room, there is a gorgeous bouquet of roses waiting for me. The card says, "Meet me at Cafe De Paris tomorrow night at seven. I'll be waiting. Love, Alex. I'm literally jumping up and down, I'm so excited. The following night, I dress myself to the nines and meet him at seven--even skipping a staff meeting. But it was worth it--I had the time of my life and have fallen head over heels for Alex!

    This is what the roses looked like http://flowersfast.com/f4308pl.jpg and this is the dress I was wearing http://www.vogueinstyle.com/images/080403144.jpg.

    Alex is now officially my boyfriend and he comes to almost every show. But 5 weeks later, my company is ready to move to a different state. I'm devastated. So much so I can't concentrate on dancing and, on the final show of the week, I fall on stage and severely break my leg. At the hospital, the doctor gives me the worst thing they could tell a dancer: I'll never dance again.

  3. #95
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    Jun 2013
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    Your name is Charlotte Martha Washington and you are and 18-year old trainee at a famous ballet school. You've been dancing since you were six years old and dancing is your life. It gets even better when you're selected to play the leading role in an upcoming performance your school is hosting. But it also comes with some consequences--like not being able to have a real social life and being around only other dancers most of the time.

    What dance school are you attending?
    Los Angeles Ballet School

    What ballet are you starring in?
    "Swan Lake"

    School is let out for the summer and you've signed up to go on a school-sponsored summer-long trip to Paris, France along with your two closest friends, Georgiana Rose Hunter and Emily Leanne Ryder. In late June, after a hard week of dancing, you and your friends go to a local nightclub, where you meet a trio of guys. One of them--the taller, thinner, and quieter one--captures your attention. You get the shy boy talking and it turns out he's an American art student on vacation to France with his best friends, Jefferson Lance Bowers and Felix Ellery Thompson. You spent most of the night talking to him and you didn't realize until you and your friends were about to leave you forgot to ask his name. You run back to the club and ask. He smiles and says his name is Silas Lee Taylor.

    Even though Paris is a big city, you keep bumping into Silas. You have several romantic rendezvous with him in Paris, as well as in other parts of France. On the day he's set to leave, he stops by the flat you're sharing with your friends and gives you a piece of paper with all of his contact information and a quick peck on the cheek. He's on your mind for the rest of the summer. Then, you forget all about him when you get back home and serious with dancing.

    6 years later, you've graduated and are now a professional dancer working for a company called Ballerina Shoes. You're also still single and have no children. You'd never admit it, but you feel guilty you've never kept in touch with the guy you met in Paris. Then, as if it's fate, your company goes on tour with its latest performance and you swear you saw Silas in the audience. Of course, you could be wrong.

    What city did you think you saw him in?
    Houston, Texas

    What dance was your company performing?
    Romeo and Juliet

    After the show, you sign fans autographs, then you and the other dancers return to your dressing rooms. In your room, there is a gorgeous bouquet of roses waiting for you. The card says, "Meet me at Cafe De Paris tomorrow night at seven. I'll be waiting. Love, Silas." You're jumping up and down, you're so excited. The following night, you dress yourself to the nines and meet him at seven--even skipping a staff meeting. But it was worth it--you had the time of your life and have fallen head over heels for Silas!

    What did the bouquet of roses look like?
    http://www.bettybassflowersngifts.co...bj/b/lll12.gif

    What dress are you wearing?
    http://bestdress.org/wp-content/uplo...-for-women.jpg

    Silas is now officially your boyfriend and he comes to almost every show. But 2 weeks later, your company is ready to move to a different state. You're devastated. So much so you can't concentrate on dancing and, on the final show of the week, you fall on stage and severely break your leg. At the hospital, the doctor gives you the worst thing you could tell a dancer: you'll never dance again.

  4. #97
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    May 2013
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    Ireland
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    Your name is Megan Janaya and you are an 18 year old trainee at a famous ballet school. You've been dancing since you were six years old and dancing is your life. It gets even better when you're selected to play the leading role in an upcoming performance your school is hosting. But it also comes with some consequences--like not being able to have a real social life and being around only other dancers most of the time.

    Dance school: American Ballet Theatre
    Ballet starring in: Cinderella

    School is let out for the summer and you've signed up to go on a school-sponsored summer-long trip to Paris, France along with your two closest friends, Michaela Bethany and Lila Gabrielle. In late June, after a hard week of dancing, you and your friends go to a local nightclub, where you meet a trio of guys. One of them--the taller, thinner, and quieter one--captures your attention. You get the shy boy talking and it turns out he's an American art student on vacation to France with his best friends, Christopher Todd and Anthony Calvin. You spent most of the night talking to him and you didn't realize until you and your friends were about to leave you forgot to ask his name. You run back to the club and ask. He smiles and says his name is Jonathan Eric.

    Even though Paris is a big city, you keep bumping into Jonathan. You have several romantic rendezvous with him in Paris, as well as in other parts of France. On the day he's set to leave, he stops by the flat you're sharing with your friends and gives you a piece of paper with all of his contact information and a quick peck on the cheek. He's on your mind for the rest of the summer. Then, you forget all about him when you get back home and serious with dancing.

    7 years later, you've graduated and are now a professional dancer working for a company called Ballerina Shoes. You're also still single and have no children. You'd never admit it, but you feel guilty you've never kept in touch with the guy you met in Paris. Then, as if it's Fate, your company goes on tour with its latest performance and you swear you saw Jonathan in the audience. Of course, you could be wrong.

    Sighting: Baton Rouge, Louisiana
    Dance performing: La Bayadere

    After the show, you sign fans autographs, then you and the other dancers return to your dressing rooms. In your room, there is a gorgeous bouquet of roses waiting for you. The card says, "Meet me at Cafe De Paris tomorrow night at seven. I'll be waiting. Love, Jonathan." You're literally jumping up and down, you're so excited. The following night, you dress yourself to the nines and meet him at seven--even skipping a staff meeting. But it was worth it--you had the time of your life and have fallen head over heels for Jonathan!

    Bouquet: http://www.ftdimg.com/pics/products/N3-4307_330x370.jpg
    Dress: http://cn1.kaboodle.com/hi/img/c/0/0...=1247930328000

    Jonathan is now officially your boyfriend and he comes to almost every show. But 3 weeks later, your company is ready to move to a different state. You're devastated. So much so you can't concentrate on dancing and, on the final show of the week, you fall on stage and severely break your leg. At the hospital, the doctor gives you the worst thing you could tell a dancer: you'll never dance again.

  5. #99
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    Jan 2013
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    Your name is Sophia Leichardt and you are a 19 year old trainee at a famous ballet school. You've been dancing since you were six years old and dancing is your life. It gets even better when you're selected to play the leading role in an upcoming performance your school is hosting. But it also comes with some consequences--like not being able to have a real social life and being around only other dancers most of the time.

    What dance school are you going to? Roll the dice
    -- Massachusetts Academy of Ballet

    What ballet are you starring in? Roll the dice
    -- "A Midsummer Night's Dream"

    School is let out for the summer and you've signed up to go on a school-sponsored summer-long trip to Paris, France along with your two closest friends, Rebecca and Emily. In late June, after a hard week of dancing, you and your friends go to a local nightclub, where you meet a trio of guys. One of them--the taller, thinner, and quieter one--captures your attention. You get the shy boy talking and it turns out he's an American art student on vacation to France with his best friends, Jacob and Harley. You spent most of the night talking to him and you didn't realize until you and your friends were about to leave you forgot to ask his name. You run back to the club and ask. He smiles and says his name is Christian.

    Even though Paris is a big city, you keep bumping into Christian. You have several romantic rendezvous with him in Paris, as well as in other parts of France. On the day he's set to leave, he stops by the flat you're sharing with your friends and gives you a piece of paper with all of his contact information and a quick peck on the cheek. He's on your mind for the rest of the summer. Then, you forget all about him when you get back home and serious with dancing.

    6 years later, you've graduated and are now a professional dancer working for a company called Ballerina Shoes. You're also still single and have no children. You'd never admit it, but you feel guilty you've never kept in touch with the guy you met in Paris. Then, as if it's Fate, your company goes on tour with its latest performance and you swear you saw Christian in the audience. Of course, you could be wrong.

    What city did you think you saw him in? Roll the dice
    -- Houston, Texas

    What dance was your company performing? Roll the dice
    -- "Don Quixote"

    After the show, you sign fans autographs, then you and the other dancers return to your dressing rooms. In your room, there is a gorgeous bouquet of roses waiting for you. The card says, "Meet me at Cafe De Paris tomorrow night at seven. I'll be waiting. Love, Christian." You're literally jumping up and down, you're so excited. The following night, you dress yourself to the nines and meet him at seven--even skipping a staff meeting. But it was worth it--you had the time of your life and have fallen head over heels for Christian!

    What did the bouquet of roses look like? Roll the dice
    -- http://productimages.serenataflowers...high_1_520.jpg

    What dress are you wearing? Roll the dice
    -- http://www.vogueinstyle.com/images/080403144.jpg

    Christian is now officially your boyfriend and he comes to almost every show. But 2 weeks later, your company is ready to move to a different state. You're devastated. So much so you can't concentrate on dancing and, on the final show of the week, you fall on stage and severely break your leg. At the hospital, the doctor gives you the worst thing you could tell a dancer: you'll never dance again.
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