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Christmas is growing closer. Thousands of hungry shoppers fill the streets, rushing uncontrollably in and out of shops. Everyone with sack falls of presents.

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Introduction

Christmas is growing closer. Thousands of hungry shoppers fill the streets, rushing uncontrollably in and out of shops. Everyone with sack falls of presents. A young girl steps of the bus into the jumble, frantically looking up and the road for that special surprise. Can't be seen. She begins to walk, slower than everyone else, towards the old-fashioned cinema. She stands by it and looks curiously at her watch. Eleven fifty five, still time to wait. As she silently hums 'We are family' in her head she notices an attractive boy opposite her. Whilst waiting for that something special, a young boy looks at his watch. Eleven fifty six, not quite time. He looks up and notices an attractive young girl staring at him. ...read more.

Middle

She has a quick look up and the street just to check there's nothing waiting for her. A young boy quickly changes subject. "So are you waiting for anyone?" a young boy waits in hope that the young girl won't say 'my boyfriend'. "No one special, you?" "Same!" a young boy smiles. "So, where did you get your watch?" "I don't know, had it last Christmas. When did you get yours" a young girl answers with curiosity but mainly to be polite. "I got mine last Christmas too. I was hoping you could tell me so I could go check out how much it was." A young boy takes a look at his watch again. Twelve should have happened by now. ...read more.

Conclusion

"Here, call me next time you get stood up. Its been really nice speaking to you Paul. Hope to speak to you soon. Goodbye!" and off she went into the crowd. A young boy stood by a old-fashioned cinema watchs the young girl walk out of his life. Beep! Beep! He pulls out a message from the guilty party. A young girl, not looking back at the young boy, walks down the street. Beeo! Beep! She pulls out her phone hoping for an explination. Listen I'm Sorry, I'e gone and spoilrd your Surprise now. Looks like it will always be the Same. Don't worry, I'll make up for it Love Dad They roll their eyes. He always says that. A young girl walks back to find the young boy. A young boy looks around for the young girl. You can forget about family and think of the new friends. ...read more.

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