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So what are you doing tonight the girls friend asks Some stupid party the girl answers and rolls her eyes Her friend sarcastically remarks You know if you dont like parties it would probably be best if you didnt go to them The girl sighs and nods her head in agreement Its just girls God knows how many girls are going to be there Her friend just laughs at her The girl lets her mind wonder off and fill with insanely jealous thoughts about her fianc and girls Even though she knows that she should know better She will probably never learn Maybe she needs to grow up a little more This girl will probably always look like she isnt a day over fifteen years old at least until she develops all those forehead wrinkles Or when her cheeks surrender to gravity and begin to sag just below her chin But for the time being and probably for an even longer time after that she hasnt even begun to show any signs of aging She starts off with thin layered golden brown hair that barely brushes the tips of her shoulders Her nose length bangs encircle her round face in just the right way She has the tiniest blue-green eyes which can somehow manage to hold an entire ocean of never-ending tears but that is only during her over sensitive moments Above her right eye is a dent-like scar The scar is only around a centimeter in length It results from some sort of childhood accident When she smiles her cheeks dimple In between those two dimples is her cute regular nose Directly below that is a pair of thin soft rosy shaded lips She is not a paper-thin girl or even really that thin at all Her arms are as average as any girls arms are same with the stomach and legs However she does not have the most gorgeous hands
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