A man stood in front of me on the tram. "Do you even remember who I am?" "No," I looked at him bored. "I don't know you. So please leave me alone." I was very tired. It had been too eventful a day and I had just been fired and now this blond man in the blue cap was bugging me too. "What?" the man pulled off the cap with a smile. "Maja? It's me, Andreas." I saw a handsome face with full lips and bright blue eyes and turned around. "Maja?" I turned around. "I don't listen to Maja," I hissed angrily. "I'm not Maja either." "Yes. I remember you from school when we thought of nothing but kissing." People began to eye us curiously. "So!" I turned around. "Go somewhere else with your Maja. I'm not Maja and that's it. Leave me alone." "But Maja..." I got out. Andrew followed me. "I never forgot you. You were my first love." "Go sneak somewhere else." "No. Seriously. I'd love to hold you in my arms again." I turned and stopped involuntarily. "Andrew!" "Yes, finally a reaction." "I have a different life now without you and that's good." "Why?" I went further. He stumbled after me. "You are such a wonderful woman." "And you're horny." "No. What's that about?" "Andreas!" I stopped again for a moment. "Stop bothering me. Forget school, forget me and forget what was between us back then." "But-" "Nothing buts...and something else, your facade, as nice as it may be, I find unattractive. Andreas, I'm taken. I have a husband. Got it?" "Okay," he stuttered and stopped, taken aback. "I get that." I didn't see him again and got a new job.
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