4 Works in Buzzfeed Tasty: Eating Your Feed (Web Series)

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    Ryan first sees her when the fire alarm goes off.

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    Adam briefly wondered if there is some ongoing Buzzfeed project that involves social experimenting of this nature and couldn’t think of any. But in trying to jump to the next logical conclusion, the result his brains came up with was: date, Andrew, error, error, early morning, extra stress – does not compute!

    And so, he hightailed it out of there with a quiet but firm, “No”, so fast that he was unaware of the way the lights went out of Andrew’s eyes as he sat there with a vacant stare in the face of rejection.

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    two west coast girls in montreal, sunrise and a snowman

    Language:
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    740
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    15
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    1
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    68
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    Summary

    (Based off the 'Eating Your Feed: Mozzarella' episode.)

    "Take care now."

    "Love you..."

    "I do not love him."

    What is Niki trying to imply? Just because Andrew ends his calls politely doesn't mean he's in love. Or is he?

    Language:
    English
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    Chapters:
    1/1
    Comments:
    6
    Kudos:
    135
    Bookmarks:
    14
    Hits:
    1345

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