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Private What's the number one rule of a soap opera?

Discussion in 'City Life' started by MARIE, Oct 13, 2018 at 4:09 PM.

  1. MARIE

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    Jul 11, 2015
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    For Isaac, the best thing in the world was creativity, it had spawned so many amazing things, one of them being plays. He had made arrangements for himself and an acquaintance from school to see one of the more dramatic plays offered at the theatre. He wasn’t really in the mood for comedy and Alistar had demanded they not see some ridiculous musical about a teenage girl finding her way in the world. That’s was waiting outside the Theatre for Celeste, he would’ve offered to pick her up in his car, but figured he could always offer her a ride home if it got too late.

    Alistar had proven to be a bit hard to make feel better, about missing his home so he thought he might enjoy sitting and watch other people do things. It did take up less energy than some of the other things people were doing with the regalia. He would be the first to admit he was a bit out of touch with how exactly to make people feel welcomed, but he thought at least doing things that they liked would be a start. Isaac himself started to get excited, this was a show he hadn’t seen before. He had already purchased the tickets in advanced and started counting down until the start. Alistar would just give him a sad yet hopeful smile, thinking that maybe this wouldn’t be a complete bore.

  2. Zora

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    Apr 8, 2018
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    Celeste parked her car a block away from the theatre and turned off the park lights. She then got out of the car, and opened the door for Callum, her regalia, a rather intense-looking dark young boy of about eight, who was open and gregarious. The complete opposite of his looks.

    "You know what?" he asked with a wide grin as he scooted across the seat, "Plays are maybe like THE greatest things ever, maybe, I dunno... I mean, it's not a LOVE story, right? A Romeo and Juliet thing... I really, well, whatever, I can't tell you, but, well, they are SO very boring, you know. I, well, anyways I hope it's NOT a love story. Is it a mystery, action? Oh, a comedy?" he asked fervently.

    "It's not a love story," Celeste chuckled as she shot the young boy an amused look. The young regalia was an extremely passionate young man, who at the same time seemed somewhat reserved about saying things at times, almost secretive in a way. A trait Celeste found funny, if not adorable in one so young.

    "Isaac, hello there," Celeste said as they approached giving the young man a wave as she approached. Glad to be able to get away for the evening. It had been a while since she had been out to a real theatrical production like the one they were going to watch that evening.

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