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A young lady sits alone in a restaurant at a table for two persons. The opposite chair is empty and she looks around nervously. Will he come?
(At the same time). A boy in a bar looks at his watch and suddenly remembers his date.
He orders another round of drinks for himself and his friends. He enjoys his stay and takes his time for the drinks.
He takes his coat and says goodbye to his friends.
Before he gets out of the bar, the boy looks in the mirror and disorganises his hair.
Outside, the boy starts to make funny moves to exhaust himself. He has to look as if he is in a real hurry. At the other end of the street he enters the restaurant.
The girl is angry when the boy enters the restaurant. He explains to her: sorry honey, the train was delayed.
Ab(Use) Public Transport when you need it.
The girl accepts the excuse, they happily enjoy their meal together.
Boomerang cards: Sorry sweet, the tram was full
Boomerang cards: Sorry boss, the bus did not stop
Boomerang cards: Sorry honey, the train was delayed
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