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Enough, this is not dating. I want moonlight and flowers and candy and people trying to feel me up, nobody is trying to feel me up! Nobody is even looking at me. Im an intern, do the two of you have any idea how much effort it takes to do all this? Im waxed and plucked and I have a clean top on and the two of you are looking at each other! [Mer..] No! My fantasy is not two men looking at each other! [but..] No talking until one of you figures how to put on a date! I want heat, I want romance, dammit! I want to feel like a frikkin lady!
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