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Perfection Is (Un)important

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Perfection Is (Un)important

Post by Guest on Sat Aug 24, 2013 5:42 pm

Fiona chewed on the gum in her mouth as she waited just that little bit impatiently to get her uniform and leave. This waiting around didn't make sense to the eleven year old. Wasn't it simpler just to buy one try it and take it if it was more or less the right size? Instead she was made to stand on a stool whilst someone fitted her 'properly'. She shifted her weight and received a sharp reprimand from the dress fitter. Or was that dress maker? Or maybe it was seamstress. The lady with the pins would do.

She turned her head to the person next to her. With the gum now wedged firmly in her right cheek she hissed at them. "Psst. Hey you. What do you say to a little fun?"


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Re: Perfection Is (Un)important

Post by Guest on Sun Oct 13, 2013 1:03 pm

Charlotte was looking around the shop this was defiantly weird but she should probably get used to it. Her mother had left her in the robe shop so she could enjoy one of the Warm Butter-beers in the Pub she heard someone and she looked at the girl next to her.
she raised an eyebrow "It all depends on what you have in mind?" she said quietly back still looking ahead while someone fitted her.

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