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3 The characters of this dating sim do not represent any real people, living or dead. The fetishes and sexual acts represent neither those of the creator nor anyone known by the creator. Thank you for downloading and have fun! The characters of this dating sim do not represent any real people, living or dead. The fetishes and sexual acts represent neither those of the creator nor anyone known by the creator. Thank you for downloading and have fun!

4 Its your first day in a new town. Your job required that you transfer to Marion, Iowa. Looking outside from your apartment, the city doesnt look too bad in the morning light.

5 With a nervous gulp, you check the time. Work starts in 45 minutes. Luckily, youre all ready to go. You take one last look at your new apartment and smile before shutting the door to step outside.

6 You step outside and take the keys out from your pocket. As you press the unlock button, you hear your cars familiar beep beep. You step outside and take the keys out from your pocket. As you press the unlock button, you hear your cars familiar beep beep. As you step into the car, you think of all the new faces youll meet at work today. The idea of working in a new place fills you with nervous excitement. As you step into the car, you think of all the new faces youll meet at work today. The idea of working in a new place fills you with nervous excitement.

7 Later… You step out of the car. You ve arrived at your job. You step out of the car. You ve arrived at your job. A nondescript office building greets you. Orange autumn leaves fall all around you, covering the ground. A nondescript office building greets you. Orange autumn leaves fall all around you, covering the ground. You take another nervous gulp and approach the clear glass door. You take another nervous gulp and approach the clear glass door.

8 As you take your first step inside, you see the receptionist. As you take your first step inside, you see the receptionist. She turns to greet you. Hi, she says.You must be the new employee. She turns to greet you. Hi, she says.You must be the new employee. You stammer a bit.Y-yes, I am! Nice to meet you! You stammer a bit.Y-yes, I am! Nice to meet you!

9 She brushes the hair out of her eyes. Her smile sends a jolt through you. Nice to meet you too! she says cheerfully. My names Marlene. She eyes you, a sudden devilish grin spreading across her face. Say… she begins.I think I might recognize you.

10 Yeah, you went to Stoneriver High School, right? No way, you say, shocked.Youre that Marlene? She seems just as shocked as you are. What are the chances! You think about it. What are the chances that you would not only work at the same company, but be transferred to the same city?

11 Your conversation is interrupted when a figure bursts into the room. A barrel-chested man with brown hair hands off a stack of papers to Marlene before noticing you. Well well, he says, eyeing you up and down. So, this is the new employee?

12 He extends a hand. Name s Tanner, he says. He extends a hand. Name s Tanner, he says. You accept the handshake. His grip is strong, but not painful. His hand feels warm. You accept the handshake. His grip is strong, but not painful. His hand feels warm. I expect you ll be doing good work for us. I expect you ll be doing good work for us.

13 We were just talking about how we went to the same high school, Marlene says. Tanner cocks his head and eyes you. Hmm… he says.Come to think of it…didnt you used to work at a coffee shop? Y-yeah! you respond. But that was when I was going to technical college in Maine…w- wait, theres no way…

14 He laughs heartily. I used to work down in Maine on a project. I came into your shop every day. You really dont remember me? I kinda do, you lie. You feel bad for not remembering his face.

15 Well, either way, we can catch up later. he says, looking at his watch. You re on the clock, now. Well, either way, we can catch up later. he says, looking at his watch. You re on the clock, now. You both laugh, aware that the joke is in reference to the fact that you are a salaried worker and are, thus, not paid hourly and therefore not on the clock (a clever and ironic contradiction.) You both laugh, aware that the joke is in reference to the fact that you are a salaried worker and are, thus, not paid hourly and therefore not on the clock (a clever and ironic contradiction.) You wave to the two and make your way to your workstation. You wave to the two and make your way to your workstation.

16 You open the door to the cubicles and feel an impact from the other side. You open the door to the cubicles and feel an impact from the other side. Papers glide to the floor in a mess. An angry woman glares at you from the ground. Papers glide to the floor in a mess. An angry woman glares at you from the ground. You idiot! she shouts. Why don t you watch where you re going? You idiot! she shouts. Why don t you watch where you re going?

17 Ah! I-Im sorry! you stammer. She collects the fallen papers and stands up. Dont apologize to me! she hisses, then looks you over.Let me guess: youre the new employee. Y-yeah, you say, scratching your head in embarrassment.

18 She pauses. Say… she begins. She pauses. Say… she begins. Oh no, you think to yourself. Oh no, you think to yourself. We ve met before, haven t we? she insinuates, slyly. Remember that project in Barcelona? We ve met before, haven t we? she insinuates, slyly. Remember that project in Barcelona?

19 You gulp, suddenly remembering her presence at a business trip you went on a while ago. You gulp, suddenly remembering her presence at a business trip you went on a while ago. Y-yeah, I think I recognize you. you admit timidly. Your name was…Brooke, right? Y-yeah, I think I recognize you. you admit timidly. Your name was…Brooke, right? She doesn t respond, and instead looks at you for a few more moments, judgments clearly forming in her mind. She wordlessly walks off with a smirk. She doesn t respond, and instead looks at you for a few more moments, judgments clearly forming in her mind. She wordlessly walks off with a smirk. You can t help but nervously wonder about her demeanor. You can t help but nervously wonder about her demeanor.

20 Finally, you make it to your cubicle. You set your stuff down and breathe a sigh of relief. You wonder who you ve been stationed next to, and yet almost don t want to look. You steel your nerves, however, and look over the cubicle wall. The man on the other side catches your gaze…and you instantly recognize each other.

21 Stan?! you blurt out. He looks back in shock.Are you kidding me? he laughs. You both laugh and circle around the cubicle to hug each other. You break the embrace to size each other up. Howve you been doing, man? you ask. I havent seen you since technical school!

22 Ive been doin pretty good. he says. After school ended, I kinda moved around a lot before I ended up here. This is the last place I thought Id see you!Ive been doin pretty good. he says. After school ended, I kinda moved around a lot before I ended up here. This is the last place I thought Id see you! Yeah, its pretty bizarre, you say. I feel like Ive already met just about everybody here!Yeah, its pretty bizarre, you say. I feel like Ive already met just about everybody here!

23 The two of you catch up for a little while before you settle down in your cubicle and begin your work. Over the course of the day, you cant help but wonder about the consequences that brought you and all these people together again. You had expected to arrive at your workplace meeting new people, and yet were mysteriously greeted with familiar faces from your past…

24 You and your colleagues have finished your work for the day. You all walk outside to say your goodbyes and get in your cars to drive home. Suddenly, you notice that your car is being towed! You seem to have parked in the wrong space!

25 Oh no! you exclaim, running up to the tow truck driver. My car! How am I going to get home?! Oh no! you exclaim, running up to the tow truck driver. My car! How am I going to get home?! Marlene speaks up. I m sure I could give you a ride home, she says. Marlene speaks up. I m sure I could give you a ride home, she says. Yeah, any one of us could give you a ride. Tanner says. The four of them crowd around you expectantly. Yeah, any one of us could give you a ride. Tanner says. The four of them crowd around you expectantly.

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27 It s It s okay, guys, guys, you say to the others. I m I m going to go with Marlene. Marlene. The The two of you step into her carit s carit s much nicer than your car, and smells like plastic and vinyl. So, So, whereabouts do you live? live? she asks.

28 You give her the directions and she nods in affirmation. She begins driving and the two of you are off. So, she asks. Whats been going on with you? You seem pretty different from back in high school. You look out the window. Yeah, I guess Ive changed a lot since then. She smiles. Who hasnt! You certainly have, you say, looking over at her. You were the nerdiest girl at our school! Now youre… you struggle with the words. …different.

29 She frowns a bit. Yeah, she sighs. I was never one of the more popular kids at our school. She turns to her attention toward you. Not like you, she says with a sardonic smile. She frowns a bit. Yeah, she sighs. I was never one of the more popular kids at our school. She turns to her attention toward you. Not like you, she says with a sardonic smile. What are you talking about? you ask her. She rolls her eyes. You were big shit back in the day! she says. You really don t remember? What are you talking about? you ask her. She rolls her eyes. You were big shit back in the day! she says. You really don t remember? You look away. Not really, you say. I just remember…hanging out with my friends, I guess. You look away. Not really, you say. I just remember…hanging out with my friends, I guess. No way, you were a big deal at that school. she responds. I never would ve imagined you in an office job. No way, you were a big deal at that school. she responds. I never would ve imagined you in an office job.

30 Either way, things are different now. you say, looking down. You mumble into your lap, Seasons change. People change. The sands of time whittle us down until were nothing, she says. but each grain takes with it the essence of us. Whered you hear that? you ask. Its from a book Im reading. she responds. Maybe Ill let you borrow it sometime. She smiles just as the sun hits her face.

31 You arrive at your apartment building. She pulls up to the front gate and lets you out. Anyway, Ill see you tomorrow. She waves, smiles, and backs out of the entrance ramp. You wave as she speeds away. You punch in the code and the gate swings open for you.

32 As you settle in for the night, the faces of all the people you work with swim through your head… As you settle in for the night, the faces of all the people you work with swim through your head… Faces that you have, mysteriously, met before, in different places, at different times… Faces that you have, mysteriously, met before, in different places, at different times… It s almost like you were meant to be here…as if some force is realigning you with the path you were always meant to take… It s almost like you were meant to be here…as if some force is realigning you with the path you were always meant to take…

33 You and your coworkers exit a meeting. You feel confident in your performance during the meeting, and you all made a lot of progress. You and your coworkers exit a meeting. You feel confident in your performance during the meeting, and you all made a lot of progress. However, other things are on your mind. Tonight is a popular festival in midtown, and you re looking forward to going. However, other things are on your mind. Tonight is a popular festival in midtown, and you re looking forward to going.

34 And yet, you have no one to go with! Who will you ask to the festival?

35 Um, I guess I ll ride with Brooke, you say. Um, I guess I ll ride with Brooke, you say. You see Brooke try to stifle a grin as she tells you, Follow me. You see Brooke try to stifle a grin as she tells you, Follow me. She leads you to her car and unlocks it. On the inside, it is incredibly clean. She leads you to her car and unlocks it. On the inside, it is incredibly clean.

36 She starts the car. Where am I headed? she says darkly. She starts the car. Where am I headed? she says darkly. You tell her where you live. She pulls out of the parking lot and the two of you speed off. You tell her where you live. She pulls out of the parking lot and the two of you speed off. A moment of silence passes. You try to pass the time by talking to her. So, uh, you begin. She cuts you off. A moment of silence passes. You try to pass the time by talking to her. So, uh, you begin. She cuts you off. I know what s going on here, she says, a wild smile on her face. I know what s going on here, she says, a wild smile on her face. W-what? you respond. She looks over at you. W-what? you respond. She looks over at you.

37 Please. I know your game. she growls. You expect me to believe it s a coincidence you work with a bunch of people you just happen to have met before? Please. I know your game. she growls. You expect me to believe it s a coincidence you work with a bunch of people you just happen to have met before? Listen, I m just as confused as you are-- you try to explain. She cuts you off again. Something s going on here and I m going to find out what. Listen, I m just as confused as you are-- you try to explain. She cuts you off again. Something s going on here and I m going to find out what. Wait, you respond. Did you eavesdrop on my conversations with Marlene and Tanner? She pauses for a moment, considering how to answer. So, how ve you been since Barcelona? Wait, you respond. Did you eavesdrop on my conversations with Marlene and Tanner? She pauses for a moment, considering how to answer. So, how ve you been since Barcelona?

38 You can t change the subject like that! you shout. She responds by smiling playfully and sticking her tongue out at you. Y-you re….really strange. you mutter at her. She smiles a wide, uncharacteristically genuine smile. You can t change the subject like that! you shout. She responds by smiling playfully and sticking her tongue out at you. Y-you re….really strange. you mutter at her. She smiles a wide, uncharacteristically genuine smile. Please, I m just trying to have a conversation. she scoffs playfully. C mon, what s your deal? I really do wanna know. Please, I m just trying to have a conversation. she scoffs playfully. C mon, what s your deal? I really do wanna know. Well, you begin. I mostly moved around before I had this job. Then, after Barcelona, I was in the same spot until they moved me out here. Well, you begin. I mostly moved around before I had this job. Then, after Barcelona, I was in the same spot until they moved me out here. Hmm. she says, seemingly unsatisfied with the response. You turn toward her. What about you? you ask. What s your deal? Hmm. she says, seemingly unsatisfied with the response. You turn toward her. What about you? you ask. What s your deal?

39 She glares at you. Her face darkens for a moment, then goes blank as she calculates. She glares at you. Her face darkens for a moment, then goes blank as she calculates. I don t think I want to tell you yet. she says finally. Anyway, we re here. I don t think I want to tell you yet. she says finally. Anyway, we re here. You look out the window, startled to find that she s right. You step out of the car and stand at the front gate to your apartment building. You look out the window, startled to find that she s right. You step out of the car and stand at the front gate to your apartment building. Hey, she shouts. You look back. We ll have plenty of time to talk. We re coworkers now, right? You stammer a bit, but before you can respond, she grins and waves at you before speeding away. Hey, she shouts. You look back. We ll have plenty of time to talk. We re coworkers now, right? You stammer a bit, but before you can respond, she grins and waves at you before speeding away. You punch in the code and the gate swings open for you. You punch in the code and the gate swings open for you.

40 As you settle in for the night, the faces of all the people you work with swim through your head… As you settle in for the night, the faces of all the people you work with swim through your head… Faces that you have, mysteriously, met before, in different places, at different times… Faces that you have, mysteriously, met before, in different places, at different times… It s almost like you were meant to be here…as if some force is realigning you with the path you were always meant to take… It s almost like you were meant to be here…as if some force is realigning you with the path you were always meant to take…

41 You and your coworkers exit a meeting. You feel confident in your performance during the meeting, and you all made a lot of progress. You and your coworkers exit a meeting. You feel confident in your performance during the meeting, and you all made a lot of progress. However, other things are on your mind. Tonight is a popular festival in midtown, and you re looking forward to going. However, other things are on your mind. Tonight is a popular festival in midtown, and you re looking forward to going.

42 And yet, you have no one to go with! Who will you ask to the festival?

43 I think I m gonna go with Tanner. I think I m gonna go with Tanner. Tanner smiles. Well, alright. He leads you over to his truck. You open the door and step up into the cab. Tanner smiles. Well, alright. He leads you over to his truck. You open the door and step up into the cab. Where we headed? he asks you. You give him some directions. He starts up the engine and you re off. Where we headed? he asks you. You give him some directions. He starts up the engine and you re off.

44 So, Tanner begins. They transferred you here from Maine? So, Tanner begins. They transferred you here from Maine? Well, no, not really, you respond. To be honest, after college I moved around a lot… Well, no, not really, you respond. To be honest, after college I moved around a lot… He nods and rests his head on his fist. Hey, that s alright. A lot of people go that route. he says. How did you feel about it? He nods and rests his head on his fist. Hey, that s alright. A lot of people go that route. he says. How did you feel about it? It was alright, you say. I liked being able to see the country. It was alright, you say. I liked being able to see the country.

45 Hmm… he responds. It s a shame. I liked seeing you at that coffee shop every day. Hmm… he responds. It s a shame. I liked seeing you at that coffee shop every day. Your face reddens. You try to hide it from him. Your face reddens. You try to hide it from him. A-anyway, you continue, trying to change the subject. I work here now. You aren t sure of what to say. A-anyway, you continue, trying to change the subject. I work here now. You aren t sure of what to say. Do you like it here so far? he asks. You look out the window. Yeah, you say. It s really nice. Very peaceful. Do you like it here so far? he asks. You look out the window. Yeah, you say. It s really nice. Very peaceful.

46 He looks out the window, nodding. Yeah, he agrees. It is peaceful. He looks out the window, nodding. Yeah, he agrees. It is peaceful. You can t help but stare as he gazes wistfully out into the horizon. His hair shakes a bit from the wind coming in through the window. You can t help but stare as he gazes wistfully out into the horizon. His hair shakes a bit from the wind coming in through the window. He catches your gaze. You look away and scramble for something to talk about, blushing. U-uh, what did you do before this job? He catches your gaze. You look away and scramble for something to talk about, blushing. U-uh, what did you do before this job? He smiles warmly. I would tell you, he begins. He smiles warmly. I would tell you, he begins.

47 …but we re here. …but we re here. You look out the window and are almost startled to see your apartment building. Oh, right, you say, stepping out of the truck. You look out the window and are almost startled to see your apartment building. Oh, right, you say, stepping out of the truck. You shut the door and turn toward the building s front gate. Behind you, you hear the truck s window roll down. You shut the door and turn toward the building s front gate. Behind you, you hear the truck s window roll down. Hey, Tanner calls to you. You turn around. Hey, Tanner calls to you. You turn around. See you tomorrow, he says with a slight wink. The truck speeds off and you re left blushing in front of your apartment building. See you tomorrow, he says with a slight wink. The truck speeds off and you re left blushing in front of your apartment building.

48 As you settle in for the night, the faces of all the people you work with swim through your head… As you settle in for the night, the faces of all the people you work with swim through your head… Faces that you have, mysteriously, met before, in different places, at different times… Faces that you have, mysteriously, met before, in different places, at different times… It s almost like you were meant to be here…as if some force is realigning you with the path you were always meant to take… It s almost like you were meant to be here…as if some force is realigning you with the path you were always meant to take…

49 You and your coworkers exit a meeting. You feel confident in your performance during the meeting, and you all made a lot of progress. You and your coworkers exit a meeting. You feel confident in your performance during the meeting, and you all made a lot of progress. However, other things are on your mind. Tonight is a popular festival in midtown, and you re looking forward to going. However, other things are on your mind. Tonight is a popular festival in midtown, and you re looking forward to going.

50 And yet, you have no one to go with! Who will you ask to the festival?

51 Ill ride with Sam, you say. Sam smiles. Great! he says.My cars right over there. You both get into the car. Its much nicer than the one he had back in school. You give him directions to your apartment and the two of you are off.

52 Man, I cant believe its been so long, he muses. You smile in agreement. Kinda feels like were in school again, doesnt it? He smiles back. So, howd you meet Tanner? you ask.You were telling me before about how you got this job through him. He looks up for a moment, thinking. Well, back in Maine, we were going to the same gym. You left after college, and he got me into this job. Later on, we were both transferred over here.

53 What do you think of him? he asks. Hes nice, you say. Everyone here is nice. Well… Except for Brooke, right? he smiles playfully. I guess…I dont know what her deal is… you admit. Hey, just because she isnt nice to you doesnt mean she doesnt like you, he explains. Shes a good friend. You just have to… he shrugs. …learn her language. I guess. you mutter. You gulp as you think about the stress of adjusting to your new life.

54 He looks over at you. Hey, he says. Youre gonna do fine. He looks into your eyes. His warm gaze assuages your fears. Thanks, you say, smiling back at him. He looks back at the road. Hey, he says, suddenly. Wanna listen to some music? Sure, you say. He turns on the stereo and switches to his mp3 player. A song plays by a band that the two of you liked in college. You had forgotten they exist, but the song brings back good memories.

55 Here we are, he says, pulling up to the entrance gate of your apartment building. You open the door and climb out. Hey, he calls. You look back. I m glad to have you back… he says. I mean…It s good to see you again. You smile at him and wave. See you tomorrow. He backs off the entrance ramp and drives away. You punch in the code and the gate swings open for you.

56 As you settle in for the night, the faces of all the people you work with swim through your head… As you settle in for the night, the faces of all the people you work with swim through your head… Faces that you have, mysteriously, met before, in different places, at different times… Faces that you have, mysteriously, met before, in different places, at different times… It s almost like you were meant to be here…as if some force is realigning you with the path you were always meant to take… It s almost like you were meant to be here…as if some force is realigning you with the path you were always meant to take…

57 You and your coworkers exit a meeting. You feel confident in your performance during the meeting, and you all made a lot of progress. You and your coworkers exit a meeting. You feel confident in your performance during the meeting, and you all made a lot of progress. However, other things are on your mind. Tonight is a popular festival in midtown, and you re looking forward to going. However, other things are on your mind. Tonight is a popular festival in midtown, and you re looking forward to going.

58 And yet, you have no one to go with! Who will you ask to the festival?

59 You approach Marlene after the meeting. Hey, uh you ask.Would you like to come to the festival with me tonight after work? She smiles, surprised, then contains herself.Of course! she says. You insist on driving her, since she was so nice to drive you home last week. She agrees.

60 Later… You both make it to the festival. As you make your way around midtown, you look at art, watch performances and live music, try new foods, and enjoy your time together. As the sun sets, you make your way to the grass to see the fireworks.

61 You sit down in the grass together. You sit down in the grass together. Umm… she says. Ive…been having a great time today. Im glad you invited me out.Umm… she says. Ive…been having a great time today. Im glad you invited me out. Her face darkens a bit as she looks away. Is something wrong? you ask. Her face darkens a bit as she looks away. Is something wrong? you ask. Its nothing, she says, her eyes welling up a bit. Its…well, its strange…after high school, things just started to…go bad. I lost my parents and…and Ive had to support myself…anyway, its not worth talking about. She wipes her eye with a sleeve.Its nothing, she says, her eyes welling up a bit. Its…well, its strange…after high school, things just started to…go bad. I lost my parents and…and Ive had to support myself…anyway, its not worth talking about. She wipes her eye with a sleeve.

62 Anyway, she continues. Being here with you…it reminds me of when things were…better. She smiles and looks you in the eyes. It feels nice.Anyway, she continues. Being here with you…it reminds me of when things were…better. She smiles and looks you in the eyes. It feels nice. Thats all that matters, then, you say, your arm around her shoulder as you look her in the eyes. Is that Im here with you, and were here together.Thats all that matters, then, you say, your arm around her shoulder as you look her in the eyes. Is that Im here with you, and were here together. She smiles and closes her eyes, leaning toward you… She smiles and closes her eyes, leaning toward you…

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67 You drift off to sleep with her in your arms. You feel at peace, having finally found her again. You drift off to sleep with her in your arms. You feel at peace, having finally found her again. The two of you are together. You have found the path that life was pushing you toward. The two of you are together. You have found the path that life was pushing you toward. As you sleep peacefully, you dream of the times that you and her will one day have. You feel that this is the beginning of the rest of your life. As you sleep peacefully, you dream of the times that you and her will one day have. You feel that this is the beginning of the rest of your life.

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70 You approach Marlene after the meeting. Hey, uh you ask.Would you like to come to the festival with me tonight after work? A look of surprise crosses her face.Uhh…sure! she says. You agree to pick her up after work.

71 Later… You both make it to the festival. As you make your way around midtown, you look at art, watch performances and live music, try new foods, and enjoy your time together. As the sun sets, you make your way to the grass to see the fireworks.

72 You sit down in the grass together. Have you had a good day so far? you ask her. She smiles back. Yeah, I have. she says. How have things been for you since high school? you ask her. Its been difficult. she replies blankly. I lost my parents not long after you left. Ive been supporting myself. Its been tough. You frown at the news. Im sorry…

73 She brushes off your condolences. Its fine. Im over it. She looks up at the sky, then looks at you. Either way, when I look at you…it makes me feel as if things might get better. She brushes off your condolences. Its fine. Im over it. She looks up at the sky, then looks at you. Either way, when I look at you…it makes me feel as if things might get better. You give her a smile. Im glad… you say. The first firework goes off. You give her a smile. Im glad… you say. The first firework goes off.

74 The two of you watch the fireworks together. You put your arm around her and she leans into you. You feel connected in this moment, and happy that you have each other to lean on. You may not have found love in this new place, but you reconnected with old friends and feel as though you re in the beginnings of a new adventure.

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77 You approach Tanner after the meeting. Hey, uh you ask.Would you like to come to the festival with me tonight after work? He smiles warmly. Of course I would! he says. You insist on driving him, since he was so nice to drive you home last week. He agrees.

78 Later… You both make it to the festival. As you make your way around midtown, you look at art, watch performances and live music, try new foods, and enjoy your time together. As the sun sets, you make your way to the grass to see the fireworks.

79 You sit down in the grass together. You sit down in the grass together. Hey, he says. Ive been having a great time today!Hey, he says. Ive been having a great time today! Thats good! you respond, an involuntary smile across your face.Thats good! you respond, an involuntary smile across your face. So, why did you invite me out like this? he asks.So, why did you invite me out like this? he asks. I just wanted to see you, thats all! you say. You lean against the grass nonchalantly.I just wanted to see you, thats all! you say. You lean against the grass nonchalantly. He looks at you. I really did miss you after you left that coffee shop, he says. I had always meant to get your number. He looks at you. I really did miss you after you left that coffee shop, he says. I had always meant to get your number.

80 You sit back up. Well, you have me here now, dont you? You sit back up. Well, you have me here now, dont you? He smiles. Guess so. He puts his hand on top of yours as you lean toward him… He smiles. Guess so. He puts his hand on top of yours as you lean toward him…

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85 You drift off to sleep in his arms. You feel at peace, having finally found him again. You drift off to sleep in his arms. You feel at peace, having finally found him again. The two of you are together. You have found the path that life was pushing you toward. The two of you are together. You have found the path that life was pushing you toward. As you sleep peacefully, you dream of the times that you and him will one day have. You feel that this is the beginning of the rest of your life. As you sleep peacefully, you dream of the times that you and him will one day have. You feel that this is the beginning of the rest of your life.

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88 You approach Tanner after the meeting. Hey, uh you ask.Would you like to come to the festival with me tonight after work? He smiles nervously.Me? I mean…sure! he says. You agree to pick him up after work.

89 Later… You both make it to the festival. As you make your way around midtown, you look at art, watch performances and live music, try new foods, and enjoy your time together. As the sun sets, you make your way to the grass to see the fireworks.

90 You sit down in the grass together. You sit down in the grass together. Have you had a good day so far? you ask him. He smiles back.Course! He says.Have you had a good day so far? you ask him. He smiles back.Course! He says. How dyou like it here? he asks.Have you settled in nicely?How dyou like it here? he asks.Have you settled in nicely? I have. you say. Its nice here. Very calm.I have. you say. Its nice here. Very calm. Thats good, he responds. It can be tough. Especially when youve moved around a lot. I know I did that for a while.Thats good, he responds. It can be tough. Especially when youve moved around a lot. I know I did that for a while.

91 You look over at him. Anyway, he continues. If you ever need help with anything, just know Ill be there. You look over at him. Anyway, he continues. If you ever need help with anything, just know Ill be there. You smile. Sure, you say. He gives you an exaggerated smile and thumbs up that makes you laugh a bit. You smile. Sure, you say. He gives you an exaggerated smile and thumbs up that makes you laugh a bit.

92 The two of you watch the fireworks together. You feel connected in this moment, and happy that you have each other to lean on. You may not have found love in this new place, but you reconnected with old friends and feel as though you re in the beginnings of a new adventure.

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95 You approach Brooke after the meeting. Hey, uh you ask.Would you like to come to the festival with me tonight after work? She glares at you for a moment, calculating.Pick me up after work, she says, turning to walk off.

96 Later… You both make it to the festival. As you make your way around midtown, you look at art, watch performances and live music, try new foods, and enjoy your time together. As the sun sets, you make your way to the grass to see the fireworks.

97 You sit down in the grass together. So, uhh, you begin. Have you been having a good time today? Through her sunglasses, she looks at you warmly. I have. she admits. Youre full of surprises. T-thats good, you breathe a sigh of relief, and feel a marked sense of achievement. Her smile doubly reassures you. Hey, come closer, she says suddenly. I want to tell you something.

98 You move toward her. What is it? You move toward her. What is it? She takes off her sunglasses. Listen, if I eavesdropped on you, I only did it because I thought you were cute. she says blankly. Your face goes flush. She continues. And…I apologize for being…rude to you, I suppose. She takes off her sunglasses. Listen, if I eavesdropped on you, I only did it because I thought you were cute. she says blankly. Your face goes flush. She continues. And…I apologize for being…rude to you, I suppose. You twiddle with your fingers. Your face goes completely red. You twiddle with your fingers. Your face goes completely red. I….actually, I….kinda like it… you whisper to her.I….actually, I….kinda like it… you whisper to her. She smiles. Oh? What do you like? She smiles. Oh? What do you like? I…like it when you boss me around. you whisper, embarrassed for yourself.I…like it when you boss me around. you whisper, embarrassed for yourself. She smirks, and you can see her brain moving at 1,000 miles per hour. She takes your hand. What else would you like? she whispers, leaning in close. She smirks, and you can see her brain moving at 1,000 miles per hour. She takes your hand. What else would you like? she whispers, leaning in close.

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100 The two of you stare at each other. You can t believe this moment has finally arrived. Thanks for taking me out, she whispers in your ear as she puts her arm around your waist and brings you closer. The two of you watch the fireworks in blissful silence.

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103 You drift off to sleep in her arms. You feel at peace, having finally found her again. You drift off to sleep in her arms. You feel at peace, having finally found her again. The two of you are together. You have found the path that life was pushing you toward. The two of you are together. You have found the path that life was pushing you toward. As you sleep peacefully, you dream of the times that you and him will one day have. You feel that this is the beginning of the rest of your life. As you sleep peacefully, you dream of the times that you and him will one day have. You feel that this is the beginning of the rest of your life.

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106 You approach Brooke after the meeting. Hey, uh you ask. Would you like to come to the festival with me tonight after work? She glares at you. Are you planning something? she prods. No, no, you say. I just…wanted you to come with me. She calculates for a moment.Pick me up after work. she says, turning to walk off.

107 Later… You both make it to the festival. As you make your way around midtown, you look at art, watch performances and live music, try new foods, and enjoy your time together. As the sun sets, you make your way to the grass to see the fireworks.

108 You sit down in the grass together. You sit down in the grass together. Have you had a good day so far? you ask her. She smiles back. Yeah, I have. she says.Have you had a good day so far? you ask her. She smiles back. Yeah, I have. she says. I have to hand it to you, she says. I thought this might be some kinda setup or something, but Ive actually had a lot of fun.I have to hand it to you, she says. I thought this might be some kinda setup or something, but Ive actually had a lot of fun. Thats great, you say.Thats great, you say. Why did you ask me out, anyway? she asks.Why did you ask me out, anyway? she asks. Well, I really just wanted to get to know you better. you respond.Well, I really just wanted to get to know you better. you respond.

109 She pauses to think for a moment. She pauses to think for a moment. Listen, Im sorry if Im rude to you or whatever. she says. Its really nothing personal.Listen, Im sorry if Im rude to you or whatever. she says. Its really nothing personal. You dont have to apologize. you respond. I mean, we can still be friends, even if youre a bit rude to me sometimes, right?You dont have to apologize. you respond. I mean, we can still be friends, even if youre a bit rude to me sometimes, right? She smiles. I suppose so. she says.Idiot. You laugh, and she laughs with you. She smiles. I suppose so. she says.Idiot. You laugh, and she laughs with you.

110 The two of you watch the fireworks together. You feel connected in this moment, and happy that you have each other to lean on. You may not have found love in this new place, but you reconnected with old friends and feel as though you re in the beginnings of a new adventure.

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113 You approach Stan after the meeting. Hey, uh you ask.Would you like to come to the festival with me tonight after work? His face cracks into a wide smile. Of course! he says, blushing a bit. You insist on driving him, since he was so nice to drive you home last week. He agrees.

114 Later… You both make it to the festival. As you make your way around midtown, you look at art, watch performances and live music, try new foods, and enjoy your time together. As the sun sets, you make your way to the grass to see the fireworks.

115 You sit down in the grass together. So, you ask. How have you liked the festival so far? Its been fantastic, he says. I couldnt have imagined a day like this… You smile at him. He seems a bit nervous. Im glad youre enjoying it, you say. Its been a long time. Yeah… he says, looking away. I always…thought Id never see you again…

116 He looks back at you with a smile, his eyes welling up slightly. But Im glad youre here now! He looks back at you with a smile, his eyes welling up slightly. But Im glad youre here now! You edge closer to him, grabbing his hand. Its good to be back… You edge closer to him, grabbing his hand. Its good to be back…

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118 You hold him in his arms. You can t believe this moment has finally arrived. Don t leave me again, he whispers in your ear. You look down at him, smiling. I won t. The two of you watch the fireworks in blissful silence.

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121 You drift off to sleep with him in your arms. You feel at peace, having finally found him again. You drift off to sleep with him in your arms. You feel at peace, having finally found him again. The two of you are together. You have found the path that life was pushing you toward. The two of you are together. You have found the path that life was pushing you toward. As you sleep peacefully, you dream of the times that you and him will one day have. You feel that this is the beginning of the rest of your life. As you sleep peacefully, you dream of the times that you and him will one day have. You feel that this is the beginning of the rest of your life.

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124 You approach Stan after the meeting. Hey, uh you ask.Would you like to come to the festival with me tonight after work? He blushes. Really? I mean, uh…sure! he says. You agree to pick him up after work.

125 Later… You both make it to the festival. As you make your way around midtown, you look at art, watch performances and live music, try new foods, and enjoy your time together. As the sun sets, you make your way to the grass to see the fireworks.

126 You sit down in the grass together. You sit down in the grass together. Have you had a good day so far? you ask him. He smiles back. Yeah! He says.Have you had a good day so far? you ask him. He smiles back. Yeah! He says. He looks off into the sky. Things havent really been the same since school. he continues. I missed all the fun times we had. He looks off into the sky. Things havent really been the same since school. he continues. I missed all the fun times we had. You look over at him. Well, either way, were both here and now we can make the best of it. You look over at him. Well, either way, were both here and now we can make the best of it. He smiles at you. Thats right! He smiles at you. Thats right!

127 Its nice here, he says. I think youll like it. And if you dont, you can always talk to me. Remember, Im your go-to guy.Its nice here, he says. I think youll like it. And if you dont, you can always talk to me. Remember, Im your go-to guy. Im glad, you respond. I missed having you for a best friend.Im glad, you respond. I missed having you for a best friend.

128 The two of you watch the fireworks together. You feel connected in this moment, and happy that you have each other to lean on. You may not have found love in this new place, but you reconnected with old friends and feel as though you re in the beginnings of a new adventure.

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