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**Phone beeps**
'Hey!'
'Hey hi!' 'What plans?'


'Nothing yet.' 'But it's your birthday!'
'I know. Haven't decided what to do.' 
'Okay! Listen. So there's this amazing amazing event happening. Great venue, Awesome DJ! I'll be going with my friends. Why don't you come there! You'll definitely like it. I'm very good at events and all you know! Trust me!' 
'Umm.. Okay let me check with my friends. Will let you know. ' 
'Ok. But trust me, it'll be fun!'
'Ok! If you say so. Let me check with them.'
'Sure.' 
**To his friends**
'I wish she comes Tonight. If at all she comes, I'll be sure she's interested as well!' 
In the meantime, **She to her friends**
'Should I go to this place he suggested? His friends are also coming for this event.'
'Yes, you should!'
**Awkward blushing**
'Okay!!! I'm going to see this guy Tonight'  
**Texting** 
'Hey! There? My friends are okay with the place'
'Oh great! You'll have fun! And don't be late. See you then!'
'Sure!' 
**Phone beeps**
'You reached?'
'Yep, just.'
'Okay, wait for me. I'll be reaching in 30-40 mins. I'm too late.'
'Alright!'
'Kidding. You people start! It's your birthday after all!'
'Haha! Ok. See ya!'

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