dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,
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"Just a simple wedding": a prediction......

As is fairly commonly known, the collection that had as it central focus the Big Fat Fake Wedding was called "With this ring." Unlike most collections, which only had the pointless inserts and altered dialog we'd come to expect, that one had text segments that gave us some background on why the characters did what they did and wanted what they wanted. I expect that the same will hold true for the latest collection about the Settlepocalypse. We'll learn valuable things about the characters. Things like:

- Therese was evil and crazy for not wanting to live like a Patterson.

- Evil and Crazy Mira forced Deanna into the evil and unfeminine career-path of being a pharmacist.

- Francoise is stubborn, evil and crazy for not wanting the woman for whom her father destroyed every single chance to make something of himself to control her life.

and

- why April has nothing to look forward to but earning her place in this world like all the other bad people the Pattersons know.

I can hardly wait to see how it is that Lynn tries to palm off the sordid business-deal non-proposal and tastelessly rushed wedding into something glorious and good.
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