Shallie is a teenage girl. She is reading and filling in the 'Boyfriend Quiz' in her magazine. She holds a dialogue with herself. SPOT gives the external 'I' of the embodiment and filling in the quiz.
1. GRAMS: (FADE IN OR STRAIGHT CUT INTO TEEN MUSIC.)
2. SHALLIE: Them stupid teenie boys, dreaming one day that one of them will fall for me, oh bliss, oh rapture.
Love That Lasts For Ever
And Your Whole Life's Changed.
When all they really want is to get inside your pants.
An' all that.
3. SPOT: (MAKE-UP BOX UNDER THIS)
4. SHALLIE: And you spend all that money, all that time, making up, titivating - for them.
Moisturizers, creams, mascara, powders, spotstick, lipstick, fader, blusher,
what the toss is a blusher?
So ain't I got a face of my own?
Under all that shit, a body of my own?
A life of my own?
5. SPOT: (MAKE-UP BOX THROWN DOWN)
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