Heroic Generation πŸ›‘οΈ G1, #2

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Ronnie awoke early for work, as he did every morning, and proceeded to go out for a jog before the sun had even risen. His grandfather had always lived by the motto, ‘The early bird gets the worm’ and it had always stuck with him.

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Well, it may not be a worm, but he’s happy to have found a frog. And now it’s time for work! Something tells him it’s going to be a really good day.

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Sure enough, when he returned home from work to find Dina walking down the street, he instantly brightened up, calling out to her. Good thing he had chosen to pick a rose on his way home!

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He asks her out on a date and she agrees, so the pair head over to the park in San Myshuno. Only, it starts to rain when they arrive.

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No matter, they’ll be indoors enjoying each other’s company. And enjoy, they do! They seem to be connecting quite well.

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A woman decides to interject herself into their conversation, and neither of them is happy about this intrusion.

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Since the woman remains oblivious even after they explained that they were on a date, the two stood up and walked away from her.

“I’m sorry,” Ronnie frowned as he took her hands into his, giving them a gentle kiss.

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She smiled lovingly at him. “It’s not your fault~ Why don’t you grab a seat and I’ll get us some drinks.”

With a nod, he returned to their table, doing his best to ignore the red-headed woman that seemed intent on invading their date. Shortly after, a man took the seat across from him without asking if it was free, beginning a conversation with the woman.

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Slightly annoyed but too kind of say anything, he stood up and left the table. Dina, seeing this, was prepared to tell them off for being so rude, but Ronnie grabbed her before she could get into a fight. She tried to persuade him to let her say something, but her anger was soon forgotten when he pressed his lips to hers.

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It’s safe to say that the date went really well for the two lovebirds!

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