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Monologue - This time last week we were inseparable. You know something, I thought I knew you as well as your parents. But I was wrong your nothing but a female version of Dr Jeckel and Mr Hyde.

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Monologue This time last week we were inseparable. You know something, I thought I knew you as well as your parents. But I was wrong your nothing but a female version of Dr Jeckel and Mr Hyde. I was so besotted with you I would have done anything for you back then and you knew, in fact you knew it so well that you used it to its full benefit. But if there are any good things to come out of this scenario its that we had a lot of good times together. In fact even if we had a bad patch we saw it through together. And there are things that I can remember clearly in my head as if they happened yesterday. ...read more.

Middle

It felt as if for once in my life I was needed by someone for something serious and not for a joke or a laugh. I felt surprisingly safe. Then when I walked you home and you fell over in mud outside your house in the front garden and I laughed till my stomach hurt. Not surprisingly you didn't find it too amusing and thumped me, it was a hard thump as well bruised my arm and everything. But you invited me in and we had a drink (maybe two or three I cant really remember), but I ended up staying the night. I felt that's when we grew closer. The best thing about you though wasn't your looks, although you were good looking, it was your personality. ...read more.

Conclusion

At first I couldn't believe it but it is true. Your mates couldn't wait to spill the beans on you, great mates aren't they? I could understand it off my friend because that is exactly what he is like and you gave in to the temptation and I could never forgive you for that. This is because I thought that you loved me as much as I did for you but obviously you didn't or maybe it was that you couldn't. So I have decided to patch things up with John not you because we won't be able override this. Never. That is why I have got to try and get this out of my system as fast as I can or I might do something I'll regret. I am gutted. I'm very sorry it had to come to this but you gave me no chance. Goodbye. ...read more.

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