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  1. #96
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    Your name is Nina Giselle Montelle and you are 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
    3: Los Angeles Ballet School

    What ballet are you starring in? Roll the dice
    3: "Sleeping Beauty"

    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, Isabella Clara Rinaldi and Monica Mariah Vasquez. 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, Andrew Lee Jackson and Bobby James Johnson. 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 Levi Antonio Chance.

    Even though Paris is a big city, you keep bumping into Levi. 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 Levi in the audience. Of course, you could be wrong.

    What city did you think you saw him in? Roll the dice
    1: Manhattan, New York

    What dance was your company performing? Roll the dice
    6: "Coppelia"

    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, Levi" 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 Levi.

    What did the bouquet of roses look like? Roll the dice
    5: http://www.ftdimg.com/pics/products/N3-4307_330x370.jpg

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

    Levi 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.

  2. #98
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    Your name is Ingrid Cecily Burton 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
    1: Boston Ballet School

    What ballet are you starring in? Roll the dice
    2: "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, Isla Summer and Carys Antonia. 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, Caleb and Jasper. 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 Finn Edward Grant.

    Even though Paris is a big city, you keep bumping into Finn. 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 Finn in the audience. Of course, you could be wrong.

    What city did you think you saw him in? Roll the dice
    4: Baton Rogue, Louisiana

    What dance was your company performing? Roll the dice
    3: "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, Finn." 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 Finn!

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

    What dress are you wearing? Roll the dice
    2: http://cn1.kaboodle.com/hi/img/c/0/0...=1247930328000

    Finn 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.
    "The most important thing is to enjoy your life - to be happy - it's all that matters." ~ Audrey Hepburn

  3. #100
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    Oct 2012
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    Ohio USA
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    Your name is Arabella Rose Zimmerman 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.

    What dance school are you going to?
    Boston Ballet School

    What ballet are you starring in?
    "The Nutcracker"

    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, Sheri Lynn Wade and Jill Dawn Jones. 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, Benjamin Alexander Simms and Frederick William Bauer. 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 Fletcher Atticus Cramer.

    Even though Paris is a big city, you keep bumping into Fletcher. 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.

    Five 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 Fletcher in the audience. Of course, you could be wrong.

    What city did you think you saw him in?
    San Diego, California

    What dance was your company performing?
    "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,Fletcher." 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 Fletcher!

    What did the bouquet of roses look like?
    http://www.ftdimg.com/pics/products/N3-4307_330x370.jpg

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

    Fletcher is now officially your boyfriend and he comes to almost every show. But two 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.

    To be continued....
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  4. #102
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    Aug 2013
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    Your name is Sarah Jane Hawkins 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. You go to The Juilliard School, and your school is putting on 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, Heather Greene and Katherine Snyder. 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, Quincy Walters and Carlos Valdez. 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 Edward James Robertson.

    Even though Paris is a big city, you keep bumping into Edward. 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.

    3 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 Edward in the audience. Of course, you could be wrong. You think you saw him in Houston, Texas while dancing in 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, Edward." 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 Edward!

    This is the bouquet of flowers you received:
    http://flowersfast.com/f4308pl.jpg

    This is the dress you're wearing:
    http://www.vogueinstyle.com/images/080403144.jpg

    Edward 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.

    To be continued....
    ~Emily

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    "The most beautiful voice in the world is that of an educated Southern woman."
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  5. #104
    Your name is Maribel Dana Turner 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?
    The Juilliard School


    What ballet are you starring in?
    "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, Georgie Phillipa Carter and Lila Jane Washington. 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, Oliver Hugh Kenton and Joseph Warren Mandala. 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 Nathan August Poulter.

    Even though Paris is a big city, you keep bumping into Nathan. 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 Nathan 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?
    "La Sylphide"


    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, Nathan." 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 Nathan!

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


    What dress are you wearing?
    http://i00.i.aliimg.com/img/pb/070/3...387070_205.jpg


    Nathan is now officially your boyfriend and he comes to almost every show. But 5 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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