dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,
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April and the Super-Crazy No-Way Evil Distracting Star

The reason that April is the most sympathetic of the Pattersons is that unlike them, she only has one flaw that she's at pains to deny: the fact that she bitterly envies Becky and assumes that the girl wants to do her harm just because she can. Rather than admit to herself that she doesn't think that anyone could love her for herself or that she hates the idea that she isn't in control of a situation, April pleads the question via a fall guy and hates the idea of admitting as to what she really thinks about herself and others.

The fortunate thing for her is that she'll find an "evil distracting star" of her own to follow that will doom her to the horrible fate of not living in eternal servitude to her entitled parents. Said horrible, scary thing will lead her to a fate worse than Death to the denizens of the Foobiverse: sanity. It will eventually amaze her that she honestly bought all that weak bullshit about fun and friends from lazy also-rans who, not having the stamina, brains and guts to compete in the real world, spout errant bullshit about people who are worth knowing.
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