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But I've had a crush on you since the days when you would ignore me in kindergarten all the way to this afternoon when you ignored me in the cafeteria lunch line. I remember in second grade, I wrote you a note in Mrs. But I knew you were ripping up confetti to celebrate our newfound love.I know that you have been pretending to ignore me all these years because secretly, deep down, you know that you like me as much as I like you, probably even more., a teen-age comedy about Senior Prom, written by Wade Bradford.Dante is a rather goofy, overly dramatic vice-president of the Student Body. Dogs don't turn around one day and fall out of love with you. They're probably a little bit better, a little more likely to stop and think about what they're doing to their kids and the grandparents. I don't ever want to turn into one of those hell-people, and I don't want to see it happen to a woman I've loved, either. It's really scary: these are people who promised to love each other forever. --throw their careers away, rather than share their salary with an ex. They'll lie cheat and steal, make up sick accusations. The funny thing is, I still do child custody-- but as a court Mediator. The clients were all damned sinners, and I was one of the devils. I'd rather sit in Harvard Square with a tin cup and beg, than go back to divorce. People in a contested divorce are terrible, they're crazy: and lawyers make them crazier. Mostly they just want to fight, just want to hurl themselves, teeth bared and frothing with rage. That's what I did for a living: one to one tutoring on how to torture the person you used to love.
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