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A blind date clip art adventure for teens



The trailer for “A Blind Date Clip Art Adventure for Teens” was posted to Facebook on Tuesday, the day after the premiere of the animated film “The Legend of Korra.”

The trailer shows a girl dressed in black, wearing a pair of sunglasses and a wig, looking down at her date, who is wearing a white T-shirt and brown shorts.

The girl is standing in the middle of the date, and the date’s date looks up to her.

The two girls then go to their respective date spots, and after the date ends, they dance together in a dance-off, with the date wearing a pink top.

“We love this show,” the girl with the glasses tells the girl in the pink top, as she walks away from the date.

“The girls in the clipart series are awesome.”

The girl in black looks up at the date in the yellow shirt, smiling.

“What are you looking at?” the girl wearing the white shirt asks the girl dressed as a black man in the white T of the yellow T-shirts.

“Oh, just a photo,” the blonde woman replies.

“A photo that I put together on the phone, with my husband,” the man wearing the yellow top says.

“I love it.

I like the girls,” the woman in black replies.

The man in white, wearing his pink shirt, walks out.

The trailer ends with a dance of sorts between the two girls.

“So, where are we now?” the man in black asks the woman wearing the black shirt.

“Now we’re dancing,” the date replies.

According to the description on Facebook, the date is a “very talented, very creative” woman who is very into music, and that her “dance is one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen.”

“She is a talented dancer,” the description continues.

“She has a very good sense of timing, and her dances are always perfect.”

The video was shared over 4,000 times as of Thursday morning.

The clip art series is a popular series of clip art illustrations for YouTube.

“Our original intent was to get people to come out and dance to our music,” the trailer reads.

“But we’ve realized that the dance is more than just a dance.

It’s a story that is shared in many different ways, and there’s so much more to it than just dancing.”

In September, a video was posted on Instagram featuring a black and white version of the trailer.

“Tinder, Tinder, Tinder,” the video read, adding, “I’m a black woman with brown hair, a tan skin and a little bit of a heart of gold.”

“We’ve been working on the clip art for a while now, and I’m thrilled to be able to share it with you all,” the caption reads.

The original trailer was uploaded on June 17.

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