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Serena




Meet FAN Girl Serena. She likes hanging out with the girls and search for something fun to do. Depending on what time of the year it is, she also loves to snowboard, swim, go camping, and play in the sand or mud with fast toys. An occasional night just curled up in bed and watching a movie is a must. Serena's favorite sport by far is basketball! She's a big Blazers fan.

Some random facts about Serena; "My favorite color is purple and I love cheesy comic book movies. I quote movies a lot too, and I know how to say Happy Birthday in three different languages."

If you want to get closer to this FAN Girl's heart, all she asks is that you be funny!







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