Everything I Know About You

Everything I Know About You

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  • Hotel Independance
  • From my parents' bakery. You want something?
  • No thank you. I don't eat that stuff.
  • Well, her mom hangs up all her clothes for her. And she doesn't eat sweets. Also, she has a notebook full of dates and numbers
  • Haley brough a stuffed pink moose to the hotel. Named Peanut.
  • Tally and Ava arrived in their hotel room. While they were unpacking, Tally noticed some interesting things about Ava. She noticed her mom was hanging her clothes up perfectly in the closet, how Ava didn't want any sweets because she claimed they would make her fat, and how she requested a scale be brought to her room.
  • I'm not the teeniest bit hungry
  • Tally then forwarded this "spy" news to Sonnet. She explained that her mom hung up her clothes, she didn't eat sweets, and that she keeps a notebook full of random numbers. Sonnet then added that Haley brought a pink, stuffed moose to the hotel with her.
  • Hotel Independance
  • The class then went out to explore several monuments including the National Mall and the Vietnam memorial. That all went great until Tally got upset about the fact that the clone girls wanted to take a picture in front of the Vietnam Memorial. To her,this abused the seriousness of the event.
  • Then, everybody went out for dinner. During dinner, Ava's mom talked about how she used to be "obese'" and then got skinny, Ava also refused to eat her food claiming that she wasn't hungry. So, her mom packaged up some food for her for later.
  • When Tally returned to the hotel room, Ava wasn't in there. She then did some snooping and found out Ava had thrown away her food from dinner. Then, when Ava arrived, she explained she had been at the gym and then began to do some sit ups. She told Tally to be quiet because she was counting, and then Tally began asking a bunch of questions regarding exercises. For example, how many she did or if she always counted.
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