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Brittany Elle Marshall

College Senior

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Oct 2 2012, 02:38 PM
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Brittany Elle Marshall

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<b>Nicknames</b> Brit, Elle
<br><b>Birthday</b> February 28th
<br><b>Birthplace</b> Los Angeles, California
<br><b>Age</b> 21
<br><b>School You Attend</b> Dartmouth
<br><b>Current Grade</b> Senior (College)
<br><b>Height</b> 5'9"
<br><b>Build</b> Skinny, but physically fit.
<br><b>Distinguishing Features</b> Blonde hair and blue eyes, as typical of a stereotype as sorority girls come. Flawless skin, hair, and teeth that are maintained at all times. You will rarely see her unkempt. Has a small birthmark on her left hip, of no particular shape.
<br><b>Playby</b> Brittany Snow<p>
<p><b>Family</b> <br>
Cooper Marshall (father, deceased)<br>
Reese Carter-Marshall (mother, deceased)

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</div><p><div class="q">WHY DON'T WE GET THE BASICS OUT OF THE WAY.</div><div class="fda"></div><div class="fdb">
I'm Brittany Elle Marshall, but you should know that already if you're interviewing me, unless you're just that unprepared. That would be unfortunate. I really don't know why my mom chose the name Brittany, it's really such a boring name. It was popular at the time I was born, but that still doesn't explain anything. As for Elle, it was my mom's dance coach's name, the one that she said was responsible for her falling in love with dance. My <i>friends</i> call me Brit, <s>the guys I escort for know me as Elle.</s>I'm 21, I'll be 22 on February 28th, good thing it was impossible for me to be a leap year baby since it wasn't a leap year. l would not be happy. <p>
I'm currently a senior at Dartmouth, and I'll be graduating in the spring. I'm studying Art History, and I want to own my own art gallery one day. I've been interning at galleries in Chicago during my breaks from school. That way I could visit home, and get experience at the same time. I'm also the president of Kappa Kappa Gamma. I've always been a leader. I did student council all throughout middle and high school. Being the Kappa president was only natural. You could only dream of being in Kappa. Our alumni go onto become powerful women. And for those who look down on girls in sororities, we do a lot of good for the community. We take pride in our sisterhood and do everything with 110%. <p>

</div><p><div class="q">I HEAR YOU HAD QUITE THE CHILDHOOD...</div><div class="fda"></div><div class="fdb">
I was born in LA, but my parents moved us to Chicago when I was six because my dad got traded to the Bulls. He was a basketball player. He played center for the Lakers, and then the Bulls once he was traded. He was ridiculously tall, 6'11". Thank god I didn't get a lot of his height, that would've been awkward. -Shifts in her seat.- After he retired, he became a sports caster on ESPN. He would do the NBA halftime shows, post and pre-game analysis, and of course he was always there to pick his top teams when March Madness rolled around. -Rolls her eyes.- He loved basketball, probably more than anything else. Except for me, I was his little girl.<p>
My mom owned her own dance studio in Chicago. Her and my dad had met in college, she was on the dance team and he was on the basketball team. The way they met was really cheesy, my dad was trying to keep the ball in bounds but fell and landed on her during a game. Later that night, they ran into each other at a party and my dad got her number. -Shrugs.- Anyways, after my mom graduated she became a back up dancer for different singers, than she had me and became a choreographer. When my dad got traded, she stopped dancing and choreographing to help me get acquainted to Chicago. Plus, no one was sure how long my dad would be with the Bulls, so she wanted to make sure I was adjusting properly.<p>
Luckily, my dad was with the Bulls until his retirement. So Chicago became my home, and it is really the only home I remember. My mom eventually opened up her own dance studio. It was small, but she loved it. Because of that I grew up dancing. I think my mom loved it more than I did, but I continued all through out my days at Masterson, just for her. <p>
I grew up in the private school system, and graduated from Masterson Prep. I had a typical childhood, okay not completely typical. My dad played for the Bulls when the Bulls were the best in the NBA. Some would call me spoiled, but I see nothing wrong with that. My parents loved me. Unfortunately, they passed away last year after their plane crashed. They were on the way home from one of their vacations to the Bahamas, and the landing gear failed. It's hard not having my parents around, especially my dad. -Takes a deep breath.- I was a daddy's girl. He made sure I had everything I needed or wanted. My mom and I tended to butt heads a lot, she wanted me to be a dancer. I didn't love it though, and I wasn't going to do something I didn't love. My dad always backed me up though. He supported my art a lot more than my mom did. He was the only person who had seen all of my art.<p>
I was never a sports person, oddly enough. Most people thought I would've been good at basketball, but I never liked it. I only danced, and that was because my mom wanted me too. I was more into art. I took a lot of art lessons growing up. People tend to like my work, I'm a bit of a perfectionist though. I don't like showing it most of the time. I'd rather show off other people's work.

</div><p><div class="q">WHAT ARE SOME OF YOUR LIKES AND DISLIKES?</div><div class="fda"></div><div class="fdb">
  • Impressionism- It's my favorite painting style.<br>
  • Lily Pulitzer<br>
  • White chocolate mochas.<br>
  • The colors pink and green.<br>
  • Art in general.<br>
  • Watching basketball.<br>
  • Rush week- I love meeting all the new, eager pledges.<br>
  • Frat boys.
  • The Tri-Delts<br>
  • Bad dye jobs.<br>
  • GDI's<br>
  • Contemporary Art. Not all of it, but a lot of it just doesn't make sense to me. I can appreciate what the artist is trying to do, but some of it doesn't even use technique. I'm a fan of more technical pieces of art.<br>
  • Squirrels. I'm actually really terrified of them. Their beady eyes are just really creepy. And the way they can stay so still. They're so sneaky and they just make me really nervous.<br>
</div><p><div class="q">HOW ABOUT SOME TURN ONS AND TURN OFFS?</div><div class="fda"></div><div class="fdb">
    <b>Turn Ons</b><br>
  • Dark hair, light eyes. It's a beautiful combination. Seriously, that's one of the most attractive things ever.<br>
  • Suits. There really is something about a guy in a suit. It's like an instant turn on. You don't even have to do anything, because a suit makes you just a little more attractive.<br>
  • Money- Since I was left with nothing, I need someone who can take care of me. Of course, one day I'll be making my own money, but starting out in art galleries, not a lot of money is made. I just need someone to take care of me until I can get my own gallery open.
    <b>Turn offs:</b><br>
  • Short boys. I'm 5'9", and that's kind of tall. So if you're not at least as tall as I am, we will be going nowhere. <br>
  • Boys who don't enjoy art. Art is a huge part of my life, and always will be. If the appreciation isn't there for him, it would never work. <br>
  • Someone who doesn't understand why my sorority is so important. If I was dating someone who was constantly tearing my sorority down, and didn't get it, there's no way it could work. I'm the Kappa president and I take pride in my sorority and my sisters.<br>
</div><p><div class="q">I HEAR YOU'VE GOT SOME NASTY HABITS...</div><div class="fda"></div><div class="fdb">
-Makes a sideways face.- I, um, chew on all of my pens. Especially when I'm studying for tests, the pen caps have no chance. No one in the house lets me borrow any of their pens. -Laughs.- It's kind of gross, but I can't really help it. It's like second nature. -Awkward smile.-

</div><p><div class="q">WHAT ABOUT PHOBIAS? HAVE ANY OF THOSE?</div><div class="fda"></div><div class="fdb">
Besides my irrational fear of squirrels? Losing my parents was my big fear, and I've already gone through that. It was really hard.

</div><p><div class="q">TERRIFYING! HOW'S THE LOVE LIFE GOING?</div><div class="fda"></div><div class="fdb">
I was dating a Theta Delt for a couple of years, but we broke up right before my parents died. We had just grown apart, and I was really busy with everything going on. We're still cordial and we see each other out a lot. We occasionally hook up, but I don't think I really have time to date someone. Plus, with the escorting, that'd get really messy.

</div><p><div class="q">WHAT ARE YOUR MAJOR GOALS AFTER GRADUATION?</div><div class="fda"></div><div class="fdb">
Are you even listening? Like I said earlier, I want to open my own art gallery. I want to show off inspiring works of art. Works that don't get enough attention. There's a lot of talent out there that gets overlooked for more contemporary pieces. -Rolls her eyes.-

</div><p><div class="q">BEFORE WE GO, WHAT'S YOUR BIG SECRET?</div><div class="fda"></div><div class="fdb">
Sorority girls don't have secrets, we know everything about each other. We're sisters. -Smirks.-After my parents died, I found out there was no money for me to inherit. All I was left was my parent's house, which was luckily paid off with the little money my parents did have left. I wasn't prepared for that, and the lifestyle I was used to could not be sustained if I had no money. So I started escorting. Not prostitution, just escorting. I accompany wealthy men to fundraisers, charity events, and so on and so forth. No one knows that I didn't get a single penny from my parents' death. Everyone thinks that I got a huge inheritance and that's what I'm living off. That's not the case. I use my escorting money to pay for my housing, clothing, and sorority dues. Luckily my college had already been paid for by my parents so I don't have to worry about Dartmouth's tuition.

</div><p><div class="q">AND WHAT ARE YOUR VIEWS ON SECRET SAFE?</div><div class="fda"></div><div class="fdb">
-Rolls her eyes.- I just want to know who has the time to run the pathetic website? Do they not have anything better to do with their time?

</div><p><div class="q">THANKS FOR YOUR TIME.</div><div class="fda"></div><div class="fdb">
You're welcome? Wait, what is this for again?

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<b>Other Characters:</b> Kayla Adams, Eli Masterson<br>
<b>User Title:</b> The Sorority Sister<br>

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