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Simon's Blog - October 12, 2004

October 12, 2004

So, I finally got a hold of that cutie Rachel who I met at the Warped Tour. I phoned her up and we talked for almost an hour. She's super cool - she's really into soccer and likes hip-hop. She goes to a different school in a different part of the city - but that could be a good thing. You see, I was kind of dazed when I met her the first time, so I don't totally remember what she looked like. I know she had blonde hair but I don't know if she was super hot or just kind of hot. So, if it turns out that she's not as good looking as I thought she was, I can always break up with her, without things being awkward at school or people talking about it.

We're going to meet up at the mall on the weekend and figure out something to do after that - maybe go play some video games or check out a movie. Rachel says she totally hates Hilary Duff so I won't get stuck having to watch Raise Your Voice. Her dad seems like kind of a butthead. When I phoned Rachel up, he answered the phone and started asking me tons of questions like where I lived, how I met Rachel and how I got her phone number - it was like I was a criminal in one of those cop movies. Anyway, I just hope he doesn't decide to come along on our first date - that would be a serious buzz kill and rule out any chance of me making out with Rachel. We'll see what happens.

? Any good ideas for a first date? What happens if she's not as good looking as I thought she was - how do I get out of it? Let me know.

Later,

Simon

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