Get Over It!

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Year:
2001
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I love you. Do you understand?

How you dress you?

Do you have servants for?

A Midsummer Night Rock?

Shakespeare

with a touch of contemporary music.

How did you get this number?

He has no taste,

if he hates us.

Both.

Lazario, your brain surgery successful?

What are you happy.

Did your exam or something?

No, I had a 5, 7.

- Shit. Heavy shit, man.

- It is annoying, nothing more.

For example, I hear. If they

who wants to flap his turd, let her.

- Provisional.

- What do you mean?

If I lose all Allison,

it is not such a turd flap.

He has something to fall Allison.

You're asleep, Landers.

Nice diversion, "crazy legs".

Someone with such emphasis

take it seriously?

Listen, give up on the nou.

No way. I

Back Street Blow Jaw who remembered that.

Knap caught with your head. Soon

you shoot three-pointers with your ass.

- Berke, let me have a look.

- Go back train.

Berke, talk to do with me.

How can you replace me now

by that guy?

Nobody can replace you.

It was just time

to try something new.

So everything goes well

between you and the Striker?

No, it's just different.

Know what I mean?

He is different than other boys.

He has developed.

We even participated in the auditions

for the spring musical.

You hate musicals.

False.

King of the Elves of row

Helena is near here.

I see no ball.

- What happened to your face?

- Long story.

A Midsummer Night's Dream?

Will you audition?

Maybe.

- I want to help you best, though.

- Are you serious?

You know her songs?

She is the new Josie Mitchell.

- Joni Mitchell.

- I can help.

- Shall we drink morning coffee?

- Seems a good plan.

"I want to help you best, you know."

Did you see Dennis back at me?

You must pick a monologue

for your audition.

This is good. Lysander.

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