*** So you see, it is totally possible to live together, share everything together including holidays, travel to be with each other, and vacation together, but NOT BE A COUPLE.Are Kaitlyn and Andrew just taking one for the(ir) team(mates) - Scott and Tessa? Toddler Moir wasn't yet with us, but was, at the least, most definitely a twinkle in soon-to-be Daddy's eye.
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they will make you laugh without trying, even if they aren’t funny and they are secretly so competitive but would hate to show it Gemini: surprisingly spiritual, they love hearing good advice and will always remember quotes and lyrics.
they are always complaining about things they often do themselves but will always smile and put on a brave face even if they aren’t feeling it Cancer: is social and engaging around company but is always wanting to have some alone time and treat themselves to relaxation.
So let's look at Cassandra's latest profile picture: There ya go, Toddler Moir. Maybe that's a secondary meaning of those Ilderton Skating Club sweatshirts. It makes you wonder where the limits actually were and are. Just looking at those Jessica photos I wonder where the lines really are. Would Scott go so far as to make his and Tessa's lies TRUE just so Moirville could be right? I wonder if SC is behind W&P's past year's re-assertion of being platonic.
Some fans think it doesn't have to be Scott in the picture, but it's Scott. Before observing how prissy Scott has become compared to the olden days whoring himself out for the sham, a question must be turned over to all observers - WTF with the feet? They certainly were committed to making us believe back then. Moirville will live and die to prove their "rights" to do what they did to and with fans. Wouldn't it look odd if Kaitlyn and Andrew came clean (or at least didn't deny) about being a couple after all the nonsense from Scott and Tessa?
Here's an icenetwork article on Weaver/Poje, facilitated, we can be sure, by Skate Canada: The platonic passion of Weaver & Poje In the States, eligible figure skating partnerships are allowed to date, marry and have a romance with each other.
In Canada, not so.* Until you have retired, you may not know your partner in the biblical sense.** This article describes in detail how the Weaver and Poje families spend every Xmas Eve and Christmas day together, breakfast together, midnight mass together, and also works in how Weaver and Poje share a house (platonically).*** On this blog one commentator scoffed when I cited Weaver & Poje as at first having insisted they were platonic.
You know the old bit about Winston Churchill (think it was him) telling some lady "we're just negotiating price" when she was offended at being thought a lady pro, but had no problem hooking up for a million or so. They've lied, they've fucked fans over, they've run a scam and a hoax, and they continue to be mightily pissed fans are uppity enough to push back. I wonder if he's stocked SC with empty suits like Wilkes and Thompson (Dan), so SC will have nobody with the weight and savvy to challenge what the ISU is doing with DW vis a vis VM?
(I'll look up the correct anecdote later - is it Churchill, is it Oscar Wilde, or is it George Benard Shaw? ) So IOW, Scott and Cassandra aren't being discreet. IOW before he's even left he's selling out his own skaters to enhance his standing with his future colleagues?
Oh wait - facebook isn't personal - it doesn't count. Other options available to Scott and Tessa are to get mature management and manage fan interaction maturely. So they make shit up and dish it out to fans on facebook, in their book, in interviews and odd lot media ops, rearranging reality with lies and complete inventions.
They prefer be cheese-eating monkeys, smiling in everyone's faces, spitting out canned pageant-style sound-bites, normalizing the most out-of-bounds fan behavior and feigning naivete. While the truth is they're more closed than the Mafia.
Virtue and ice dance partner Scott Moir are in Toronto on a rare day away from the ice to do a photo shoot for "Today's Bride" magazine (don't read anything into that).