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message 1: by ella (last edited Aug 13, 2015 03:37PM) (new)

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( A ) woman named Madam Annalisabetta owns this shop, where she can read your past, before you appeared in Aster. Or, she claims to read your past, as she might be lying. Her daughter works here as well, and reads other minds.



message 2: by [deleted user] (new)

Bonnie walked into the shop, carrying two purses. One was full of regular things, like Bonnie's wallet, an extra tube of lip gloss, her phone ((do we have phones in this rp?)), etc. The other purse had a wig, extra clothing, and lots of makeup in it. Bonnie's disguise for whenever she worked in the shop.



message 3: by ella (new)

ella ((Maybe phones, but no iPods and what not?))

Madam Anna walked into the shop, right after Bonnie. She wasn't wearing rather odd clothing today, she was wearing a simple knitted green sweater, with her red hair up, and looked more... normal. She was still wearing the same, cold expression that she wore practically all the time. Her job was sometimes interesting, but some days weren't too good, depending on the customers and what she saw.

"I wonder what we'll be seeing today," Anna said to her daughter, as she put down her purse on a counter. The thought of Wendy came to her, and she almost got mad at herself again.

((Does Bonnie have an alias? In case people know who she is?))



message 4: by [deleted user] (new)

((Sure! Hm, I guess she would have an alias. I'll make up one and put it on her template.))

"The truth, obviously." Bonnie said, setting her purses down far away from her mother's. "Not that that's what you'll tell them." Bonnie opened up her purse and began to put on purple lipstick, looking into the mirror of her compact. Purple lipstick was a part of Daphine's look.

((Hey, maybe we could have a texting thread! So that characters could text each other?))



message 5: by ella (new)

ella ((I've gtg, but yeah! You can make the thread if you want!))


message 6: by [deleted user] (new)

((K! Kinda the same style as Witenberg?))


message 7: by ella (new)

ella ((I think so, yeah.))


message 8: by [deleted user] (new)

((K! Maybe we could make a folder for it? Then we could have one topic titled 'texts' and another 'calls'? If we do calls?))


message 9: by ella (new)

ella ((I think just one thread would be fine, unless you want a folder.))


message 10: by [deleted user] (new)

((I think a folder would be better. Let's take this planning to the group.))


message 11: by ella (new)

ella ((Okay.))


message 12: by ella (last edited Aug 25, 2015 11:57AM) (new)

ella
Anna sighed. Bonnie didn't understand. Bonnie never understood. She scowled and said, "I've told you why I lie a million times, ungrateful daughter." Why was she even trying to even things out a little anymore? It's not like her daughter would listen. But Bonnie was being ungrateful to her. She was upset when her dad died, and if her mom died she'd be the same and wish she'd been nicer.... maybe.



message 13: by [deleted user] (last edited Aug 26, 2015 12:59AM) (new)

Bonnie turned to her mother and raised an eyebrow angrily. "Oh, so I'm the ungrateful one? You're ungrateful, you've got the power to read people's pasts and you don't even use it for anything good! Instead you sit around in this cruddy excuse for a shop and lie to people. So don't you dare call me ungrateful when you ooze it." she snapped.



message 14: by ella (new)

ella
Anna snapped. "After Phil died, I thought you'd be a nice grateful daughter to have your mother still alive. I could've been dead, and I'd bet you'd be more upset than you think you'd be! You'd think, I wish I respected my mother who raised me and fed me and put a roof over my head and spent tons of money on me, but I guess I didn't!"



message 15: by [deleted user] (new)

"God, will you stop using that an excuse! I'm not going to waste my time thinking about what hasn't happened and what won't happen! Dad is dead, and neither of us can change that, so why don't you stop insulting his memory by using him as leverage in an argument!" Bonnie shouted.



message 16: by ella (new)

ella ((Harsh family.))

Anna frowned and hit a counter with all her effort. She wished Bonnie didn't work with her. But then she'd have no money, so she didn't have any choice. "You never listen," she shot her a nasty look, shaking her head. "Not that you ever actually would."



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