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 Little Red Isn't Crazy (PG-13)

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PostSubject: Little Red Isn't Crazy (PG-13)   Fri Jun 08, 2012 1:53 pm

If there was any doubt in her mind that life sucked, there wasn't anymore.

Nina had been living the perfect life. Popular, talented, she had a good boyfriend and money to spare. So what if the redhead still had an imaginary friend? Or, just a friend. Nina was firm in her belief that Frank was real. How could he not be real? Nina had seen him kill Ian. Her lovely Ian. Nina hadn't wanted her boyfriend murdered and she told Frank as much. Ian had just been drunk. It wasn't his fault. But, Frank hadn't listened. And, Nina had been blamed for it. Blamed for a murder that she didn't commit and then set to some loony bin. Life sucked.

Tugging her bottom lip between her teeth, Natalina ran her fingertips on top of one of the tables in the dining hall. Schilling wasn't the worst place in the world- it was certainly better than jail. But, it still caused a sheet of ice to line her heart. Bile rose up in her throat when she thought of her now ruined reputation. She was no longer Little Red who had everything, she was Little Red who had gone crazy and killed her boyfriend. But, she wasn't crazy. Frank was real.

Doing a one-eighty, Nina came face to face with another woman. Smiling a pretty smile, she brushed a piece of red hair behind her ear. "Sorry, didn't see you there."


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PostSubject: Re: Little Red Isn't Crazy (PG-13)   Fri Jun 08, 2012 2:16 pm

Annebelle was still watching everyone around her, or gathering blackmail as she like to call it. It would come in handy if she ever needed anything from anymore. Plus Rayne wanted to know if it was safe to come out. She kept telling her no, partly because she liked being in control and because once Rayne came out it was hard to get her back. So she used her time wisely.

Pushing the full plate of food away from her she wrinkled her nose at it, she refused to eat stuff that looked like dog food. Plus she wasn't all that big on eating as it was.

Pushing up away from the table she started across the room she nearly ran straight into a little redhead because she wasn't paying attention. "No excuse me, I should learn to pay attention for once," she said as she looked the girl over. She was pretty Annebelle decided and looked as if she could possibly be some she could get along with but time would tell. Folding her arms across her check she continued to watch the girl for a moment.
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PostSubject: Re: Little Red Isn't Crazy (PG-13)   Fri Jun 08, 2012 2:53 pm

Natalina hadn't been the best at watching where she was going. Being a dancer meant that offstage Nina was clumsy. Very clumsy. So, when Nina found herself almost trampling the other girl, it didn't surprise her. But, she still felt bad. Natalina was new here, so almost running over older women wasn't the way to go about making friends. Not that Nina really wanted to make friends, of course. She didn't plan on staying here long enough to unpack, little less make friends. But, nonetheless, Natalina was going to be polite. Perfection is key, after all. If youre not perfect, you better fake it.

"We both should've watched out," Natalina compromised, smiling softly. The woman was gorgeous, Nina had to admit that. But, who knew what the woman had going on with her. This was a asylum after all. Hopefully, the woman wasn't a patient. "I'm Natalina, by the way. Pleasure to meet you."
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