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Sometimes you just don’t know what love is until it’s too late…
It’s sort of funny in a sad way, Harry Speck going through is normal, boring life, oblivious to the fact that he’s in love…
Harry is a germophobe, who happens to be a school teacher, and who just found out he had worms. He’s been trying to get over his ex, who’d left him for his friend (another teacher he gets to see every, single day) and stuck him with the dog. The only thing going right in his life is lunch with Sue, who happens to be the only other teacher nerdier than Harry. When his ex returns, he knows there’s something he’s supposed to learn, or does he? Maybe it’s time to face the truth that he’s been oblivious to for so long… But some people don’t see the truth until it’s too late.
This is sort of a long short story comedy or romantic comedy.
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