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    1. She almost when she saw both her boy friend and her elder brother arrive at her house, at seven. "How they dare ?"

    2. She answered her boyfriend and her elder brother " if she didn't come home last night!" and furious, she slammed the door in their faces. She had to sleep!

    3. Would they be jealous? The day before, she had been assaulted at the bus stop on her way home from work, and by a customer she had reported as a shoplifter to her employer. So, she had gone to the hospital, then at the Police station to sue that creep.

    4. Her elder brother needn't always her business, like her boyfriend: she was tall, free and independent, presently!

    5. So, the following day, he invited his younger sister and her boy friend to the restaurant to be forgiven for his indiscretion. He was just a little too protective. He said .

    6. Thus, she wouldn't run !

    7. But as she for an overweight problem,...

    8. ... she was , and ordered more than reason.

    9. They even ordered a , which was unusual.

    10. Her brother had forgotten his credit card, so, he asked to his account. He knew very well this restaurant, as he worked there. So that he was pawned without any problem. All's well that ends well.

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