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24 June 2021

Adventures in Thornleigh

 

Once in my earlier years of high school I convinced my friend to sneak into a girl’s house with me (we made the arrangement over MSN so it was legit) that I had met one time previously to hang out with her and her friend. Luckily my mother was strangely enthusiastic about driving my friend and I to this girl’s house late at night soon after. Trust. It sort of went according to plan. I hung out with said girl but stumbled when we tried kissing because I was in year 9 and a dork.

We ended up having to hide in a closet then sneak out the window because the girl’s dad (who turned out to be in the army) got home early and apparently was very strict / angry. We then narrowly avoided a fight on the long walk back when some guy accused us of following his girlfriend when we were trying to find the train station. We eventually made it onto the train and woke up to everyone else on the other side of the train scared of us. This was the first and only time in my life someone deemed me intimidating. 

 

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