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Once the dinner was over, I said, "Well, it was nice meeting you all, but we should get going if we're going to make it to the theater in time for the show.""Erica" and her friends got quiet, and started fidgetting a bit.

Finally, the woman said, "Oh, I'll ask him, you two cowards."I was thinking, "Great, now they want to come with us to the theater." I couldn't have been more wrong.

I couldn't get up and leave because I was hooked to an IV!

After the donation was over we went through a fast food drive-thru and got some sandwiches and then a case of beer.

She laughed and said, "Oh, silly, I live close to this place, but I work pretty far away."Meantime, the couple laughed with her, and didn't make a move to leave.

As the waiter brought two more chairs to the table, "Erica" said, "I hope it's ok if they join us for dinner." What was I supposed to say at that point?

Half an hour later, I didn't think she was that considerate."Erica" arrived at the restaurant with another couple whom she introduced as "friends from work who wanted to meet you." She apologized for taking so long, saying that traffic had really slowed her down.

I mentioned that that was weird, since, the day before she'd told me she only lived five minutes away from the restaurant on foot.

He wanted to meet and have dinner because he was going to be in the city.

I offered to pick her up at her apartment, but, she said she didn't live too far from the restaurant where we were going to meet, so, she'd just meet me there after work.

I arrived at the restaurant first, and, was able to be seated right away.

Uh--no, I really just wanted to get to know you better, and, having these people around just makes it harder?

Surprisingly, the dinner went fairly well, "Erica's" friends were pretty funny, and we laughed a lot.

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