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Simon's Blog - December 21, 2004

December 21, 2004

Well, I'm done with girls for a while. Remember that girl Rachel, who I thought was super hot and really nice? Well, it turns out she's not. She's actually a major psycho... so we broke up.

Things has been going pretty good for the past couple of months. We'd usually hang out at the mall once a week or make out at her place, if her parents weren't home. Then I started taking karate and my dog arrived, so I didn't talk to her for about a week. And then she phoned me on the weekend, and started yelling and crying and saying that I was a jerk because I never call her and care more about my dog than her. I was like, "Woah, Rachel... just chill out." Then she started yelling and freaking out and going all crazy and then we broke up. Just like that.

I was kind of bummed out at first, because I thought she was pretty cool and she was the hottest girl I'd ever been out with before. But whatever. Now I don't have to worry about getting her a Christmas present. She also went to another school and it probably wasn't going to work out anyway. And in the new year, I can start looking for a new girl.

what you think.

Later,

Simon

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