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Talking Dictionary 698. Elvis: I Want Her, And Her


698. Elvis wanted a girlfriend. Gladys, his married coworker, said she had some single friends who were looking for boyfriends. Gladys set up a meeting at a Starbucks with herself, Elvis, Priscilla, and Yvette. They all enjoyed their coffee and snacks, and then said their goodbyes. Elvis called Gladys later. He said, "I really like Priscilla." Gladys said, "Oh, that's too bad. Yvette likes you, but Priscilla doesn't." He said, "Oh, really? Well, that's okay. What's Yvette's number?" Gladys said, "You're kidding, right? Why would I give you Yvette's number? You just said you liked Priscilla, not Yvette." Elvis said, "C'mon! I can like two girls, just like I can like two flavors of ice cream." Gladys said, "I'm not going to set you up with Yvette. She's my friend. All you'll do is use her—while you're thinking of Priscilla! Then you'll dump her—like an empty ice cream cone!" 3.3


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