The dating game by natalie standiford
"They said it was 'thought-provoking.' And they loved my acting in it.
"So public." "She means embarrassing," Audrey said. That was embarrassing." "The Crier didn't think so," Audrey said.
Could it be that Serena is smitten with Blair's stepbrother or will the Fashion Week parties pull her away ...
C.'s play, Touched, about a hundred times too many already.
She called the school and set up an interview with the girls, and the next thing they knew, they were in the studio with giant padded headphones on their ears. You're on in five, four, three ..." "Please don't let us sound dopey," Mads prayed. Mary Dando: You started this site as a project for a sex education class, is that right?
"Everybody at school will be listening," Mads said. And ourannouncement on the blog." "Everybody in town, too," Holly said. Mary Dando: We're back with American Living on the National Radio Network. Lina: It's actually called "Interpersonal Human Development." Mads: But that's just a euphemism for sex ed.
I bet everybody at school thought the interview was excellent.
Or rather, Audrey's version of her mother's words: "You sounded like sluts." Did they? Or was her mother being overly sensitive, as usual?