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The Last Temptation of Cory

 

Now that Cory's dating Topanga, girls seem more attracted to him than before. He doesn't mind the attention, but he feels guilty when Missy Robinson kisses him




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Jonathan, Eli, I’m glad I caught you.

It’s lunch time. Where else would we be?

Ah… Anyway, this is my last day to get pledges for the charity walkathon. It’s for the homeless you know.

George, you already put me now for 2 bucks a mile.

Oh, shame on you. 2 dollars a mile. Good old Janitor Bud himself pledged twice that much. And he’s a man of no fixed address.

He gotta be Bud, man!

I'm fine, put me now for 5 bucks a mile. And that’s it.

Ah, you know I could count on you, Johnny. Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Now, Mr. Williams, how much can we massage out of your wallet, hmm?

I'm always up for a good cause.

Oh, I like your thinking. Er…

Hey, hey, you’re alright, George?

No. It's nothing. Don't worry. It’s just that when the weather gets damp, my joints tend to swell.

You are gonna able to do this work?

Oh, I must, especially after last year’s fiasco, I was a no-show. My knees swelled up like an eggplant.

I’d just like to recheck for 50 bucks, so that way we don’t have to hurt yourself, huh?

50. No, no, no, no, it’s for charity. Even if I just walk a block or two, the pain would be well worth a few dollars I collect.

You know what, George. You’re all right. Tell you what. Put me down for 50 bucks a mile. So that way if you don’t even get pass the first mile, you still got my 50.

Oh, Oh,not too tight.

So that I started using a new moisturizer. Here, feel.

Yeah, moist. It somehow reminds me of our history project.

My skin reminds you the Great Depression?

No, not all of it. Just, just the last part, when the people got all happy again. So,our history project, should we start this weekend?

Actually, this weekend is not good for me, (you know) with my party and all.

Oh, you’re having a party?

Oh, you didn’t know about it? Well, you should come. Bring Shawn.

Well, I think at least one of us should plow ahead with the project.

On a Friday night? Come on, Cory. Just come.

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Jonathan, Ely, I’m glad I caught you.

It’s lunch time. Where else would we be?

Ah… Anyway, this is my last take to get pledges for the charity *fund. It’s for the h.

George, you already put me down for 2 bucks a mile.

Oh, shame on you. 2 dollars a mile. Good old Genorder bucked himself pledge twice that much. And he’s a man of no fixed address.

He gotta be put, man.

Fine, put me now for 5 bucks mile. And that’s it.

Ah, you know I could count on you, Johnny.

Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Now, Mr. Williams, how much can we massage at the v, hmm?

Normal as up for a good caught.

No, I like your thinking. Er…

Oh, hey, you’re right, George?

Ha, I know it’s nothing of all right. It’s just that when the weather get stank, my joints tend to swell.

You are gonna able to do this work?

Oh, I must, especially after last year’s fiasco, I was a no-show. My name swelled up like a neck plant.

You know I just write you a check for 50 bucks, that way you don’t have to hurt yourself, huh?

50. No, no, no, no, it’s for charity. You know by just walk of a block or two, the plant would be well worth the few dollars I collect.

Know what, George.

Hum.

You’re all right. Tell you what; put me down for 50 bucks a mile. So that way if you don’t even get p first mile, you still got my 50.

Not too tight.

--------------------------------------

So that I saw that you using a new moist str*.

Yeah, few.

Yeah, moist. It somehow reminds me about history project.

My skin reminds you the great depression?

No, not of it. Just, just the last part, when the people got all happy again. So, are we sure this project so reset this weekend?

Actually, this weekend is not good for me, what, with my party at all.

Oh, you’re having a party?

Oh, you didn’t know about it? Woo, you should come. Bring Shawn.

Well, I think at least one I should pour my head into the project.

On a Friday night? Come on, Cory. Just come.

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Jonathan, Ely, I’m glad I caught you.

It’s lunch time. Where else would we be?

Ah… Anyway, this is my last take to get pledges for the charity work fund. It’s for the h.

George, you already put me down for 2 bucks a mile.

Oh, shame on you. 2 dollars a mile. Good old Genorder Bud himself pledge twice that much. And he’s a man of no fixed address.

He gotta be Bud, man.

Fine, put me now for 5 bucks a mile. And that’s it.

Ah, you know I could count on you, Johnny.

Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Now, Mr. Williams, how much can we massage at the v, hmm?

I'm always up for a good cause.

Oh, I like your thinking. Er…

Oh, hey, you’re right, George?

Ha, I know it’s nothing to worry. It’s just that when the weather gets damp, my joints tend to swell.

You are gonna able to do this work?

Oh, I must, especially after last year’s fiasco, I was a no-show. My knees welled up like an eggplant.

I just write with check for 50 bucks, that way you don’t have to hurt yourself, huh?

50. No, no, no, no, it’s for charity. Even if I just walk of a block or two, the pain would be well worth a few dollars I collect.

You know what, George.

Hum.

You’re all right. Tell you what; put me down for 50 bucks a mile. So that way if you don’t even get pass first mile, you still got my 50.

Not too tight.

--------------------------------------

So that I saw that you using a new moisturizer. Here, feel.

Yeah, moist. It somehow reminds me about our history project.

My skin reminds you the great depression?

No, not all. Just, just the last part, when the people got all happy again. So,our history project, should we start this weekend?

Actually, this weekend is not good for me, but with my party and all.

Oh, you’re having a party?

Oh, you didn’t know about it? Woo, you should come. Bring Shawn.

Well, I think at least one of us should plow ahead with the project.

On a Friday night? Come on, Cory. Just come.

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Jonhnason, Eli! I’m glad I’ve caught you!

 

 It’s lunchtime. Where else would we be?

 

Ah, ha ha … anyway, this is my last day to get pleasures of charity work fund. It’s for the homework you know.

 

George, you’ve put me down for 2 bucks a mile.

 

Shame on you. Two dollars a mile. Good old Genarde bucked himself pledge twice of that much and he’s a man of no fixed address.

 

He got to be a butt, man.

 

Fine. Put me for 5 bucks a mile and that’s it. I know I could count on you, Johnny!

 

Now, Mr. Williams, how much can we massage out of your ward?

 

Am I not always up for a good course?

 

No, I like your thinking. Ah!

 

Hey, hey, you are right George?

 

Ah. I know it’s nothing to worry. It just… when the weather gets damp my joints tend to swell.

 

You gonna able to do this work?

 

Oh, I must. Especially after last year’s fiasco, I was no- show. My knee swelled up like an eggplant.

 

You know I just wrote you a check for 50 bucks so that way you don’t have to hurt yourself.

 

50 bucks. No no no, it’s for charity. Even by just walk a block or two. The pen will be well worth a few dollars I collect.

 

Now George, you are all right. Tell you what, buck now there for 50 a mile ,uh? So that way even if you don’t get passed the first mile, you’ll still got my 50.

 

Oh, not too tender…

 

So that I saw you are using a new moisturizer.

 

Yeah, feel.

 

Moist. It’s somehow like my history project.

 

My skin reminds you of the great depression?

 

No, not at all! It’s just… just last part when… people got all happy again.

 

So, are sure the project reset this weekend?

 

Actually this weekend is not good for me but… for my party at all.

 

Oh you’re having a party? Oh you didn’t know about it?

 

Well, you should come. Bring Shang.

 

Well I think I at least one of us should plowa head with the project.

 

On the Friday night. Come on Cory, just come.

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Jonathan, Ely, I’m glad I caught you.

It’s lunch time. Where else would we be?

Ah… Anyway, this is my last day to get pledges for the charity work fund. It’s for the homeless you know.

 

George, you already put me down for 2 bucks a mile.

Oh, shame on you. 2 dollars a mile. Good old Genorder Bud himself pledge twice that much. And he’s a man of no fixed address.

 

He gotta be poor, man.

Fine, put me now for 5 bucks a mile. And that’s it. Ah, you know I could count on you, Johnny. Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Now, Mr. Williams, how much can we massage out of your wage, hmm? I'm always up for a good cause. Oh, I like your thinking. Er… Oh, hey, you’re right, George? Ha, I know it’s nothing to worry. It’s just that when the weather gets damp, my joints tend to swell. You are gonna able to do this work? Oh, I must, especially after last year’s fiasco, I was a no-show. My knees swelled up like an eggplant. Let's just write with check for 50 bucks, that way you don’t have to hurt yourself, huh? 50. No, no, no, no, it’s for charity. Even if I just walk / a block or two, the pain would be well worth a few dollars I collect. You know what, George. Hum. You’re all right. Tell you what; put me down for 50 bucks a mile. So that way if you don’t even get pass first mile, you still got my 50. Not too tight.

 

So that I saw that you using a new moisturizer. Here, feel. Yeah, moist. It somehow reminds me about our history project. My skin reminds you the great depression? No, not all. Just, just the last part, when the people got all happy again. So,our history project, should we start this weekend? Actually, this weekend is not good for me, / with my party you know. Oh, you’re having a party? Oh, you didn’t know about it? Woo, you should come. Bring Shawn. Well, I think at least one of us should plow ahead with the project. On the Friday night? Come on, Cory. Just come.

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homework:

 

Jonathan, Eli, I'm glad I caught you.

 

It's lunch time, where else would we be?

 

Anyway, this is my last day to get pledges for the charity walkathon. It's for the home, as you know.

 

George, you already put me down for 2 bucks a mile.

 

Shame on you. 2 dollars a mile. Good old Janitor Bud himself pledged twice that much and he is a man of no fixed address.

 

You gotta be bud, man.

 

I, fine, put me down for five bucks a mile and that's it.

 

I knew I could count on you. Jonney.

 

Yeah, yeah, yeah.

 

Now, Mr. Williams, how much can we massage out of your wallet.

 

I'm always up for a good car.

 

No, I like you are thinking.

 

Hey, hey, you are all right, George?

 

No. It's nothing. Don't worry. It's just when the weather gets damn, my joints tend to swell.

 

You gonna be able to do this work?

 

Oh, I must. Especially, after last year's fiasco, I was an old show. My knees swelled up like an egg plant.

 

I'm gonna just like to recheck for 50 bucks. You know, We don't have to hurt yourself.

 

50?

 

No. No. No. No. It's for charity, even by just walk a blocked tube. The pain will be well worth a few dollars I collect.

 

You know what George, you are all right. Tell you what. Put me down for 50 bucks a mile. So that way, if you don't even get pass the first mile, you still got my 50.

 

Not to touch that hand.

 

So that I started using a new moisturizer. Here. Feel.

 

Yeah. Moist. It somehow reminds me to our history project.

 

My skin reminds you the Great Depression?

 

No. Not all of it. Just the last part when the people got all happy again. So, our history project, should we start this weekend?

 

Actually, this weekend is not good for me, but my party you know.

 

Oh, you are having a party.

 

Oh, you didn't know about it? Well, you should come. Bring Shawn.

 

Well, I think at least one of us should plow ahead with the project.

 

On the Friday night? Come on, Cory, just come.

 


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on 源源1022:

 

Jonathan, Eli, I’m glad I caught you.

 

It’s lunch time. Where else would we be?

 

Ah… Anyway, this is my last day to get pledges for the charity walkathon. It’s for the homeless you know.

 

George, you already put me down for 2 bucks a mile.

 

Oh, shame on you. 2 dollars a mile. Good old Janitor Bud himself pledged twice that much. And he’s a man of no fixed address.

 

He gotta be poor, man.

 

Fine, put me down for 5 bucks a mile. And that’s it.

 

Ah, you know I could count on you, Johnny. Yeah, yeah, yeah.

 

Now, Mr. Williams, how much can we massage out of your wallet, hmm?

 

I'm always up for a good cause.

 

Oh, I like your thinking. Er…

 

Hey, hey, you’re right, George?

 

No. It's nothing. Don't worry. It’s just that when the weather gets damp, my joints tend to swell.

 

You are gonna able to do this work?

 

Oh, I must, especially after last year’s fiasco, I was a no-show. My knees swelled up like an eggplant.

 

I'm gonna just write with check for 50 bucks, that way you don’t have to hurt yourself, huh?

 

50. No, no, no, no, it’s for charity. Even if I just walk a block or two, the pain would be well worth a few dollars I collect.

 

You know what, George. You’re all right. Tell you what. Put me down for 50 bucks a mile. So that way if you don’t even get pass the first mile, you still got my 50.

 

Not too tight.

 

So that I started using a new moisturizer. Here, feel.

 

Yeah, moist. It somehow reminds me of our history project.

 

My skin reminds you the great depression?

 

No, not all of it. Just, just the last part, when the people got all happy again. So,our history project, should we start this weekend?

 

Actually, this weekend is not good for me, (you know)what, with my party you know.

 

Oh, you’re having a party?

 

Oh, you didn’t know about it? Well, you should come. Bring Shawn.

 

Well, I think at least one of us should plow ahead with the project.

 

On the Friday night? Come on, Cory. Just come.

 


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Jonathan, Ely, I’m glad I caught you. It’s lunch time. Where else would we be? Ah… Anyway, this is my last day to get pledges for the charity work fund . It’s for the homo-show. George, you already put me down for 2 bucks a mile. Oh, shame on you. 2 dollars a mile. Good old Genorder bucked himself pledge twice that much. And he’s a man of no fixed address. He gotta be poor, man. Fine, put me now for 5 bucks a mile. And that’s it. Ah, I know I could count on you, Johnny. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Now, Mr. Williams, how much can we massage out of your wallet , hmm? I’m always up for a good cause. No, I like your thinking. Er… Oh, hey, you’re right, George? Ha, I know it’s nothing of all. It’s just that when the weather get stand, my joint tends to swell. You are gonna able to do this work? Oh, I must, especially after last year’s fiasco, I was a no-show. My knees swelled up like a neck plant. You know I just write you a check for 50 bucks, that way you don’t have to hurt yourself, huh? 50. No, no, no, no, it’s for charity. You know by just walk of a block or two, the plant would be well worth a few dollars I collect. Know what, George. Hum. You’re all right. Tell you what; put me down for 50 bucks a mile. So that way if you don’t even get passed first mile, you still got my 50. Not too tight. -------------------------------------- So that I saw that you using a new moist striser. Yeah, feel. Yeah, moist. It somehow reminds me about history project. My skin reminds you the great depression? No, not of it. Just, just the last part, when the people got all happy again. So, are we sure this project so reset this weekend? Actually, this weekend is not good for me, what, for my party at all. Oh, you’re having a party? Oh, you didn’t know about it? Woo, you should come. Bring Shawn. Well, I think at least one of us should plow ahead into the project. On a Friday night? Come on, Cory. Just come.

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Jonathan, Eli, I’m glad I caught you.

 

It’s lunch time. Where else would we be?

 

Ah… Anyway, this is my last day to get pledges for the charity walkathon. It’s for the homeless you know.

 

George, you already put me down for 2 bucks a mile.

 

Oh, shame on you. 2 dollars a mile. Good old Janitor Bud himself pledged twice that much. And he’s a man of no fixed address.

 

He gotta be poor, man.

 

I'm fine, put me down for 5 bucks a mile. And that’s it.

 

Ah, you know I could count on you, Johnny. Yeah, yeah, yeah.

 

Now, Mr. Williams, how much can we massage out of your wallet, hmm?

 

I'm always up for a good cause.

 

Oh, I like your thinking. Er…

 

Hey, hey, you’re right, George?

 

No. It's nothing. Don't worry. It’s just that when the weather gets damp, my joints tend to swell.

 

You are gonna able to do this work?

 

Oh, I must, especially after last year’s fiasco, I was a no-show. My knees swelled up like an eggplant.

 

I'm gonna just write with check for 50 bucks, that way you don’t have to hurt yourself, huh?

 

50. No, no, no, no, it’s for charity. Even if I just walk a block or two, the pain would be well worth a few dollars I collect.

 

You know what, George. You’re all right. Tell you what. Put me down for 50 bucks a mile. So that way if you don’t even get pass the first mile, you still got my 50.

 

Not too tight.

 

So that I started using a new moisturizer. Here, feel.

 

Yeah, moist. It somehow reminds me of our history project.

 

My skin reminds you the Great Depression?

 

No, not all of it. Just, just the last part, when the people got all happy again. So,our history project, should we start this weekend?

 

Actually, this weekend is not good for me, (you know)what, it's my party you know.

 

Oh, you’re having a party?

 

Oh, you didn’t know about that? Well, you should come. Bring Shawn.

 

Well, I think at least one of us should plow ahead with the project.

 

On the Friday night? Come on, Cory. Just come.

 

 

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Jonathan, Eli, I’m glad I caught you.
It’s lunch time. Where else would we be?
Ah… Anyway, this is my last day to get pledges for the charity walkathon. It’s for the homeless you know.
George, you already put me now for 2 bucks a mile.
Oh, shame on you. 2 dollars a mile. Good old Janitor Bud himself pledged twice that much. And he’s a man of no fixed address.
He gotta be Bud, man!
I'm fine, put me now for 5 bucks a mile. And that’s it.
Ah, you know I could count on you, Johnny. Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Now, Mr. Williams, how much can we massage out of your wallet, hmm?
I'm always up for a good cause.
Oh, I like your thinking. Er…
Hey, hey, you’re alright, George?
No. It's nothing. Don't worry. It’s just that when the weather gets damp, my joints tend to swell.
You are gonna able to do this work?
Oh, I must, especially after last year’s fiasco, I was a no-show. My knees swelled up like an eggplant.
I’d just like to recheck for 50 bucks, so that way we don’t have to hurt yourself, huh?
50. No, no, no, no, it’s for charity. Even if I just walk a block or two, the pain would be well worth a few dollars I collect.
You know what, George. You’re all right. Tell you what. Put me down for 50 bucks a mile. So that way if you don’t even get pass the first mile, you still got my 50.
Oh, Oh,not too tight.
So that I started using a new moisturizer. Here, feel.
Yeah, moist. It somehow reminds me of our history project.
My skin reminds you the Great Depression?
No, not all of it. Just, just the last part, when the people got all happy again. So,our history project, should we start this weekend?
Actually, this weekend is not good for me, (you know) with my party and all.
Oh, you’re having a party?
Oh, you didn’t know about it? Well, you should come. Bring Shawn.
Well, I think at least one of us should plow ahead with the project.
On a Friday night? Come on, Cory. Just come.
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[news:/s/00:01.1-00:05.4] Jonathan, Eli, I am glad I caught you.
[news:/s/00:04.6-00:08.8] It's lunch time, we are always with it. Where else would we be?
[news:/s/00:07.2-00:17.7]  Haha, anyway, this is my last day to get plu? pledges for charlie W charity walkathon. Get homo ? It’s for the homeless you know
[news:/s/00:17.4-00:29.1]  George, you already put enough me 2 box bucks a mile.
Shame on you. $2 a mile. Good ? old Janitor Bud pledged twice that much . He is a man of no fixed address.

[news:/s/00:28.7-00:39.0] He got the beat gotta be Bud, man.
I am fine. Put my 5 bucks a mile, and that's it.
I know I could count on you, charlie
Yeah, yeah, yeah.

[news:/s/00:38.0-00:51.6]  Now, Mr Williams. How much can we can massage after what your wants out of your wallet.
I am always free of my card up for a good cause.
Oh, I like what you are thinking. A.
Hey, you are right, George?

[news:/s/00:51.1-01:15.1] Ah, A noise can get?. It's just one with the case time. My joints temper well. No. It's nothing. Don't worry. It’s just that when the weather gets damp, my joints tend to swell.
can it be able to work? You are gonna able to do this work?
I must. Especially after last year’s fiasco, I was a n- show. I Lane worked a great plant My knees swelled up like an eggplant.
Just 50 box, we haven heard it, aha? I’d just like to recheck for 50 bucks, so that way we don’t have to hurt yourself, huh?

[news:/s/01:16.5-01:38.6] 50. No, no it's for charity, got my work blog to Even if I just walk a block or two. the pain will would be work well worth a few dollar to show doolar to collect I collect.
You know what, George, you are all right. tell you what. I pay Put me down $50 box a mile. So that way you pay for 1st mile don’t even get pass the first mile, you still got my 50.
Oh, Oh,not too tight.

[news:/s/01:38.6-01:49.7] Hear the new mo str. So that I started using a new moisturizer Here, feel.
Yeah, noise moist. It is somehow my somehow reminds me of our history project.

[news:/s/01:48.5-02:04.8] My skin mind gave your great pressure reminds you the Great Depression.
No, not all of it. Just, just the last part, when people got all happy again. So are we plan to do the project our history project, should we start this weekend?
Actually this weekend is not good for me. It's my party, you know.

[news:/s/02:04.7-02:16.9] Oh, you're having a party.
Oh, you didn't know about it? Well, You should come, bring shawn
Well, at least one of us should plow ahead with the project.
On a Friday night? Come on, cory, just come.
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