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Acknowledgments I would like to thank Missy Kegler, Mike Pardy, and Mackenzie Decieck for their comments and advice on this paper.
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Caitlin McGowan March 4, 2011 Professor Kegler EN102 – Section 81 Cinderell-O Jonathan Flynn was your run-of-the-mill teenager. He loved sports, video games, and of course girls. The only problem with John was that he was poor and was forced to work as a janitor at the private school in the town over. John’s parents had never been wealthy, but they were not always poor. It was only around when he was twelve, after his dad passed away, were when things started to go downhill. Now, John is seventeen and his main goal is focusing on graduating high school, continuing on to college, and beginning his life. A week before the private school's annual Spring Fling, John was sweeping the floors as the cheerleaders of the school were walking by. John made eye contact with the head cheerleader, Chloe Cress. Right then he knew that he needed to meet her. He knew that he had to come up with some special plan, allowing him to talk to her with out her knowing him as the janitor. As she came around the corner, turning out of sight, his eyes landed on the answer to his dreams. He knew right there and then, that this was a great opportunity to talk to Chloe. Hanging on the wall in the school hallway was a poster for the private school's Spring Fling. Even though only students who attended the private school were aloud to go to the dance, that did not affect him. He was going to make sure that he would attend the dance no matter the consequences. The next few days dragged on as, John slipped post-it notes in Chloe’s locker.
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Each one had a charming little pick up line he came up with himself. He has never really had a crush on a girl like this before; maybe it was love. After the sweet and short love note he would sign “Prince Charming” instead of his true name. He thought that Chloe
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