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Amy closed the door again, and exclaimed "Wow, jeez, that one girl has the hugest nose on the planet! Why in heaven's name would she want to draw attention to it by framing it with bright purple jewels?"

"Maybe she was trying to draw attention to her eyes so people won't notice how big her nose is," I suggested. "She'd be better off doing really dramatic eye make-up though."

"Yeah, but the other girl is so much worse!" Jenny said, and Annette could not contain her laughter.

"It's so true!" Annette squealed.

"Her face is covered with zits," continued Jenny, "and she deliberately puts these sparkly red fake rubies on her face to complement them! Is she completely insane? You have to look twice at the one on the bridge of her nose to see that it's a jewel and not a giant zit ready to explode all over everyone."

"Seriously, you really have to wonder what could possibly have been going through her head when bought those glasses," I added. "Did she honestly look at herself in the mirror with them on and say 'Oh, yeah, this looks really good'?"

"Well, there are plenty of fashion retards in this world," Amy commented.

Then Tammy, who had been silent this whole time, broke in. "C'mon you guys, it's not nice to make fun of people like that."

"Why not?" I asked, "There's no harm in discussing 'fashion don'ts'."

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"Anyway, all they had to do is not dress like that," Annette pointed out.

"Then you would just make fun of someone else," Tammy said. "We're here to dance and have fun, not say nasty things about people. How would you like it if people were talking about you behind your back like that?"

"Maybe they are -- what of it?" responded Amy, and Jenny kind of rolled her eyes and looked over at Tammy as if to say that they'd had to put up with this all evening so far. I was guessing that Jenny and Annette would be finding a way to ditch Tammy in the near future.

"Anyway, we're on our way back into the dance," I said, "We'll see you guys later."

As soon as we were on the other side of the door, Amy said "What's with Tammy? She's such a goodie-goodie!"

"I don't know," I replied. "I have to admit that I really can't relate to her. She's so into all of these homemaking and child-rearing things -- and more than once she's said that her mother is her best friend. Isn't that kind of odd for a teenage girl?"

"That is a bit strange. Anyway, let's find a secluded corner -- I want to tell you about something I have planned -- it's a secret."

We stepped out of the building and found a low brick wall that we could sit on with no one around.

"Well?" I asked.

"I've brought a little present that I was thinking we could give to Y and Z. I baked them a batch of delicious heart-shaped cookies."

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