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MONIQUE: And you are?
MAX: (Shaking MONIQUE’s hand vigorously - - not letting go.) Friend of the freaks, manager of the mayhem, barker of the boulevard, keeper of the chaos, juggler of the - -
MONIQUE: (Pulls hands away.) Excuse me . . . name. Name, like, do you have a name?
MAX: Ahhh, yes! Maniacal Max, harbinger of morbidity.
Yes...yes...yes it all makes sense! Of course you two would be perfect together. He is salty, you are sweet! This would be an unprecedented combination!!! It’s right in our face!
Monique the Freak! Monique the Freak!
Come take a peek, your kids will shriek - -
You have permission to embrace the freak within - - or without, as the case may be.
Look, I know I’m different. That’s been pointed out to me every day of my high school life...
Isn’t the outside the first thing you see? React to. Good or bad? Light or dark? Cruel or kind? The first layer of the onion - - just waiting to be peeled back to find layer upon layer upon layer. How many times have I looked into the mirror wishing I could peel off my skin? Could be an onion. Peel it off - - for good, throw it away and reveal what I really want the world to see - - who I am with out this mask . . . beautiful.
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FREAK - by A. Hill
FREAK"I've already been to high school, that's like the biggest freak show of all." Monique dreads school. The constant torment makes her feel like a sideshow freak. Every day, Monique wanders the scariest place on earth, the school hallway, and wishes she could just disappear - and then she does. Monique finds herself out of high school and in an "unusual, disturbing, and fantabulastic" sideshow.... read more
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