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Saturday October 11 2003 the day of my birthday party was the night when Ryan Anthony and Andy became men After that night I considered them god like They were like a little boys super hero to me The incident that made them such will never be forgotten by anybody who was with them They got to dance with forty-year-old drunk seductive women The Wine and Cheese Festival had been over for several hours now I had decided to invite some guests over to have a meal and chat It turned out that there were 10 hungry teenage boys at my house that night For dinner we had chicken corn baked beans mashed potatoes and bread The chicken was cooked for the right amount of time for the best taste My companion Jesus really liked the chicken in fact he loved it I myself do not like corn but I heard that it was mighty tasteful The baked beans were very scrumptious and I had 2 bowls of them Mashed potatoes are my favorite type of potatoes and that is why we had them Every meal must be accompanied by bread and are meal did The meal was one of the best meals I have ever had in my life and my friends can protest to that After we satisfied are hunger we chatted about various subjects Then Anthony decided to come up with the crazy idea to go down to the park My parents had recently purchased a digital video camcorder for my birthday Since I had the camera I decided to test it out with my homeboys By now it was 930 and all the good little boys and girls were asleep while we were just getting started As we roomed the dark streets of Riverbank we came upon a house of intoxicated dancing women At first we just watched the women like we were stalkers Praying on the helpless but conscience women
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