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My worst memory I remember my first proper relationship. This was with a girl called Michelle. She is the same age as myself. Michelle was from Hillingdon, and a long-term member of high society. I felt out of place whenever I went out to dinner with her family. I first met her through my friend Scott, in January 1999. We hit it off straight away. We had a lot in common. Michelle is one of those girls that are easy to talk to. Michelle, our friends and myself would always go every Saturday night to Slough Ice Arena because there was nowhere else to go. ...read more.


I broke the silence and popped the question. I felt so relieved. As time grew by, we saw each other more than anything. I had the feeling that every other teenager gets when they are so close to someone special. I felt as if I loved her. February came along and I had enough money to get a ticket for the F.A. Cup Final at Wembley. I told my friends that I would go even if Chelsea were not in it. When it got to March I found out that Chelsea were in the Final. I could not believe it. ...read more.


The things that he was saying made me irate. I saw Michelle onto her bus and then went to go home. The man smacked his shoulder right into my chest and where I'm from you don't take that. So I turned round and had words with him. He still would not shut-up so I hit him straight in the mouth. He kept quiet and I felt so much better afterwards. Four days later Michelle phoned to tell me that it was over. She gave me the "it's not you; it's me" line and some other emotional lies. That really broke my heart. I still think about Michelle when I hear the song "Crazy" by 'K-CI and JO JO'. Andy King My Worst Memory 21/11/01 ...read more.

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