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Recalling all this, all of sudden, Debbie missed Carlos, that overbearing, arrogant, hateful man. Debbie stared at her phone screen. There was one missed call from Carlos. She made up her mind that if he called again, she would pick up the phone. Two days had passed. Carlos still didn't call. On the third day, Debbie had a big dinner that evening. She had eaten so much that after dinner she rubbed her stuffed belly and decided to stroll down the streets to hasten the digestion of the food. Then she came across an emerald store. She walked in and looked around. In the dim light, a lucky peace buckle caught her eyes. "I'd like to have a look at that one," she said to the bald, fat storekeeper. "Sure. Miss, all the pieces in our store are genuine. This lucky peace buckle is exquisitely polished," the keeper grinned. "How much is it." "$28, 000. A good price." Debbie's eyes widened. That was way too pricey for a lucky peace buckle. She knew a little about emerald. To appraise its quality, she looked at the buckle against the light and found that it was not transparent at all. It definitely wasn't worth $28, 000. So Debbie put the lucky peace buckle back and said, "I'll look at some more." Seeing her turn around, the storekeeper put on a hideous look on his face and snapped, "How can you not buy it after you looked at it." Debbie was confused. "What do you mean. Do I have to buy it after I looked at it. Why. I don't like it. Of course, I won't buy it." She thought the storekeeper was being ridiculous. The storekeeper hit the table hard with his fat hand and announced, "Why did you look at it if you didn't intend to buy it. You must buy it!" "How can you force your customers to buy things they don't want." Debbie stopped to observe the circumstances of the store. Four sinister-looking men were playing mahjong seated around a square table near the entrance of the store. Hearing the conversation between the storekeeper and Debbie, they turned around and gave Debbie an ominous look. "I'm forcing you to buy it. So what. Give me the money! $28, 000. Not a penny less!" From the way Debbie dressed, the bald man could tell that she was rich, and he was going to rip her off before he let her leave. Debbie wanted to leave the store as soon as she could, so she ignored the storekeeper and turned around to walk towards the door. However, the storekeeper grabbed a remote and locked the automatic door. "You can't leave without buying it!" Debbie's blood was up. "He keeps pushing me! This man is looking for trouble!" She darted towards the bald man and clutched his collar. "Open the door!" she warned angrily. Hearing the commotion, the four men who were at the table stopped playing mahjong and stood up from their seats. With quick strides, they surrounded Debbie. The four of them looked sternly at her like dogs fighting over some bones. Debbie was left with no choice. She had to fight her way out. She knocked the storekeeper to the ground and sent him howling. She cracked her neck and was prepared to strike her next target. By now, the other four men could see that she was not an easy one to handle. One of them whipped out his phone and called someone. "There's a chick who knows Kung Fu. Send Herb and Ron over." Hearing that more foes were coming, Debbie planned to run away. She let go of the man she was grabbing, took an opportunity, and ran to the back of the store. She looked desperately for a backdoor. But there was no backdoor! It was a bedroom that she recklessly ran into. When she realized where she was, she wanted to run out, but the door of the room was locked then by those men. "Stay there. You can come out when you have decided to pay the money," a man said outside. Debbie took her phone out of her pocket and wanted to call the police. Then another man's voice called out, "Call the police if you want. Nobody dares to mess with us, not even the police. I'm letting you keep your phone because I'm not worried about you calling the police." She didn't buy it and called the police anyway. Th
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Recalling all this, all of sudden, Debbie missed Carlos, that overbearing, arrogant, hateful man. Debbie stared at her phone screen. There was one missed call from Carlos. She made up her mind that if he called again, she would pick up the phone. Two days had passed. Carlos still didn't call. On the third day, Debbie had a big dinner that evening. She had eaten so much that after dinner she rubbed her stuffed belly and decided to stroll down the streets to hasten the digestion of the food. Then she came across an emerald store. She walked in and looked around. In the dim light, a lucky peace buckle caught her eyes. "I'd like to have a look at that one," she said to the bald, fat storekeeper. "Sure. Miss, all the pieces in our store are genuine. This lucky peace buckle is exquisitely polished," the keeper grinned. "How much is it." "$28, 000. A good price." Debbie's eyes widened. That was way too pricey for a lucky peace buckle. She knew a little about emerald. To appraise its quality, she looked at the buckle against the light and found that it was not transparent at all. It definitely wasn't worth $28, 000. So Debbie put the lucky peace buckle back and said, "I'll look at some more." Seeing her turn around, the storekeeper put on a hideous look on his face and snapped, "How can you not buy it after you looked at it." Debbie was confused. "What do you mean. Do I have to buy it after I looked at it. Why. I don't like it. Of course, I won't buy it." She thought the storekeeper was being ridiculous. The storekeeper hit the table hard with his fat hand and announced, "Why did you look at it if you didn't intend to buy it. You must buy it!" "How can you force your customers to buy things they don't want." Debbie stopped to observe the circumstances of the store. Four sinister-looking men were playing mahjong seated around a square table near the entrance of the store. Hearing the conversation between the storekeeper and Debbie, they turned around and gave Debbie an ominous look. "I'm forcing you to buy it. So what. Give me the money! $28, 000. Not a penny less!" From the way Debbie dressed, the bald man could tell that she was rich, and he was going to rip her off before he let her leave. Debbie wanted to leave the store as soon as she could, so she ignored the storekeeper and turned around to walk towards the door. However, the storekeeper grabbed a remote and locked the automatic door. "You can't leave without buying it!" Debbie's blood was up. "He keeps pushing me! This man is looking for trouble!" She darted towards the bald man and clutched his collar. "Open the door!" she warned angrily. Hearing the commotion, the four men who were at the table stopped playing mahjong and stood up from their seats. With quick strides, they surrounded Debbie. The four of them looked sternly at her like dogs fighting over some bones. Debbie was left with no choice. She had to fight her way out. She knocked the storekeeper to the ground and sent him howling. She cracked her neck and was prepared to strike her next target. By now, the other four men could see that she was not an easy one to handle. One of them whipped out his phone and called someone. "There's a chick who knows Kung Fu. Send Herb and Ron over." Hearing that more foes were coming, Debbie planned to run away. She let go of the man she was grabbing, took an opportunity, and ran to the back of the store. She looked desperately for a backdoor. But there was no backdoor! It was a bedroom that she recklessly ran into. When she realized where she was, she wanted to run out, but the door of the room was locked then by those men. "Stay there. You can come out when you have decided to pay the money," a man said outside. Debbie took her phone out of her pocket and wanted to call the police. Then another man's voice called out, "Call the police if you want. Nobody dares to mess with us, not even the police. I'm letting you keep your phone because I'm not worried about you calling the police." She didn't buy it and called the police anyway. The p
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Recalling all this, all of sudden, Debbie missed Carlos, that overbearing, arrogant, hateful man. Debbie stared at her phone screen. There was one missed call from Carlos. She made up her mind that if he called again, she would pick up the phone. Two days had passed. Carlos still didn't call. On the third day, Debbie had a big dinner that evening. She had eaten so much that after dinner she rubbed her stuffed belly and decided to stroll down the streets to hasten the digestion of the food. Then she came across an emerald store. She walked in and looked around. In the dim light, a lucky peace buckle caught her eyes. "I'd like to have a look at that one," she said to the bald, fat storekeeper. "Sure. Miss, all the pieces in our store are genuine. This lucky peace buckle is exquisitely polished," the keeper grinned. "How much is it." "$28, 000. A good price." Debbie's eyes widened. That was way too pricey for a lucky peace buckle. She knew a little about emerald. To appraise its quality, she looked at the buckle against the light and found that it was not transparent at all. It definitely wasn't worth $28, 000. So Debbie put the lucky peace buckle back and said, "I'll look at some more." Seeing her turn around, the storekeeper put on a hideous look on his face and snapped, "How can you not buy it after you looked at it." Debbie was confused. "What do you mean. Do I have to buy it after I looked at it. Why. I don't like it. Of course, I won't buy it." She thought the storekeeper was being ridiculous. The storekeeper hit the table hard with his fat hand and announced, "Why did you look at it if you didn't intend to buy it. You must buy it!" "How can you force your customers to buy things they don't want." Debbie stopped to observe the circumstances of the store. Four sinister-looking men were playing mahjong seated around a square table near the entrance of the store. Hearing the conversation between the storekeeper and Debbie, they turned around and gave Debbie an ominous look. "I'm forcing you to buy it. So what. Give me the money! $28, 000. Not a penny less!" From the way Debbie dressed, the bald man could tell that she was rich, and he was going to rip her off before he let her leave. Debbie wanted to leave the store as soon as she could, so she ignored the storekeeper and turned around to walk towards the door. However, the storekeeper grabbed a remote and locked the automatic door. "You can't leave without buying it!" Debbie's blood was up. "He keeps pushing me! This man is looking for trouble!" She darted towards the bald man and clutched his collar. "Open the door!" she warned angrily. Hearing the commotion, the four men who were at the table stopped playing mahjong and stood up from their seats. With quick strides, they surrounded Debbie. The four of them looked sternly at her like dogs fighting over some bones. Debbie was left with no choice. She had to fight her way out. She knocked the storekeeper to the ground and sent him howling. She cracked her neck and was prepared to strike her next target. By now, the other four men could see that she was not an easy one to handle. One of them whipped out his phone and called someone. "There's a chick who knows Kung Fu. Send Herb and Ron over." Hearing that more foes were coming, Debbie planned to run away. She let go of the man she was grabbing, took an opportunity, and ran to the back of the store. She looked desperately for a backdoor. But there was no backdoor! It was a bedroom that she recklessly ran into. When she realized where she was, she wanted to run out, but the door of the room was locked then by those men. "Stay there. You can come out when you have decided to pay the money," a man said outside. Debbie took her phone out of her pocket and wanted to call the police. Then another man's voice called out, "Call the police if you want. Nobody dares to mess with us, not even the police. I'm letting you keep your phone because I'm not worried about you calling the police." She didn't buy it and called the police anyway. The p
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Recalling all this, all of sudden, Debbie missed Carlos, that overbearing, arrogant, hateful man. Debbie stared at her phone screen. There was one missed call from Carlos. She made up her mind that if he called again, she would pick up the phone. Two days had passed. Carlos still didn't call. On the third day, Debbie had a big dinner that evening. She had eaten so much that after dinner she rubbed her stuffed belly and decided to stroll down the streets to hasten the digestion of the food. Then she came across an emerald store. She walked in and looked around. In the dim light, a lucky peace buckle caught her eyes. "I'd like to have a look at that one," she said to the bald, fat storekeeper. "Sure. Miss, all the pieces in our store are genuine. This lucky peace buckle is exquisitely polished," the keeper grinned. "How much is it." "$28, 000. A good price." Debbie's eyes widened. That was way too pricey for a lucky peace buckle. She knew a little about emerald. To appraise its quality, she looked at the buckle against the light and found that it was not transparent at all. It definitely wasn't worth $28, 000. So Debbie put the lucky peace buckle back and said, "I'll look at some more." Seeing her turn around, the storekeeper put on a hideous look on his face and snapped, "How can you not buy it after you looked at it." Debbie was confused. "What do you mean. Do I have to buy it after I looked at it. Why. I don't like it. Of course, I won't buy it." She thought the storekeeper was being ridiculous. The storekeeper hit the table hard with his fat hand and announced, "Why did you look at it if you didn't intend to buy it. You must buy it!" "How can you force your customers to buy things they don't want." Debbie stopped to observe the circumstances of the store. Four sinister-looking men were playing mahjong seated around a square table near the entrance of the store. Hearing the conversation between the storekeeper and Debbie, they turned around and gave Debbie an ominous look. "I'm forcing you to buy it. So what. Give me the money! $28, 000. Not a penny less!" From the way Debbie dressed, the bald man could tell that she was rich, and he was going to rip her off before he let her leave. Debbie wanted to leave the store as soon as she could, so she ignored the storekeeper and turned around to walk towards the door. However, the storekeeper grabbed a remote and locked the automatic door. "You can't leave without buying it!" Debbie's blood was up. "He keeps pushing me! This man is looking for trouble!" She darted towards the bald man and clutched his collar. "Open the door!" she warned angrily. Hearing the commotion, the four men who were at the table stopped playing mahjong and stood up from their seats. With quick strides, they surrounded Debbie. The four of them looked sternly at her like dogs fighting over some bones. Debbie was left with no choice. She had to fight her way out. She knocked the storekeeper to the ground and sent him howling. She cracked her neck and was prepared to strike her next target. By now, the other four men could see that she was not an easy one to handle. One of them whipped out his phone and called someone. "There's a chick who knows Kung Fu. Send Herb and Ron over." Hearing that more foes were coming, Debbie planned to run away. She let go of the man she was grabbing, took an opportunity, and ran to the back of the store. She looked desperately for a backdoor. But there was no backdoor! It was a bedroom that she recklessly ran into. When she realized where she was, she wanted to run out, but the door of the room was locked then by those men. "Stay there. You can come out when you have decided to pay the money," a man said outside. Debbie took her phone out of her pocket and wanted to call the police. Then another man's voice called out, "Call the police if you want. Nobody dares to mess with us, not even the police. I'm letting you keep your phone because I'm not worried about you calling the police." She didn't buy it and called the police anyway. Th
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Recalling all this, all of sudden, Debbie missed Carlos, that overbearing, arrogant, hateful man. Debbie stared at her phone screen. There was one missed call from Carlos. She made up her mind that if he called again, she would pick up the phone. Two days had passed. Carlos still didn't call. On the third day, Debbie had a big dinner that evening. She had eaten so much that after dinner she rubbed her stuffed belly and decided to stroll down the streets to hasten the digestion of the food. Then she came across an emerald store. She walked in and looked around. In the dim light, a lucky peace buckle caught her eyes. "I'd like to have a look at that one," she said to the bald, fat storekeeper. "Sure. Miss, all the pieces in our store are genuine. This lucky peace buckle is exquisitely polished," the keeper grinned. "How much is it." "$28, 000. A good price." Debbie's eyes widened. That was way too pricey for a lucky peace buckle. She knew a little about emerald. To appraise its quality, she looked at the buckle against the light and found that it was not transparent at all. It definitely wasn't worth $28, 000. So Debbie put the lucky peace buckle back and said, "I'll look at some more." Seeing her turn around, the storekeeper put on a hideous look on his face and snapped, "How can you not buy it after you looked at it." Debbie was confused. "What do you mean. Do I have to buy it after I looked at it. Why. I don't like it. Of course, I won't buy it." She thought the storekeeper was being ridiculous. The storekeeper hit the table hard with his fat hand and announced, "Why did you look at it if you didn't intend to buy it. You must buy it!" "How can you force your customers to buy things they don't want." Debbie stopped to observe the circumstances of the store. Four sinister-looking men were playing mahjong seated around a square table near the entrance of the store. Hearing the conversation between the storekeeper and Debbie, they turned around and gave Debbie an ominous look. "I'm forcing you to buy it. So what. Give me the money! $28, 000. Not a penny less!" From the way Debbie dressed, the bald man could tell that she was rich, and he was going to rip her off before he let her leave. Debbie wanted to leave the store as soon as she could, so she ignored the storekeeper and turned around to walk towards the door. However, the storekeeper grabbed a remote and locked the automatic door. "You can't leave without buying it!" Debbie's blood was up. "He keeps pushing me! This man is looking for trouble!" She darted towards the bald man and clutched his collar. "Open the door!" she warned angrily. Hearing the commotion, the four men who were at the table stopped playing mahjong and stood up from their seats. With quick strides, they surrounded Debbie. The four of them looked sternly at her like dogs fighting over some bones. Debbie was left with no choice. She had to fight her way out. She knocked the storekeeper to the ground and sent him howling. She cracked her neck and was prepared to strike her next target. By now, the other four men could see that she was not an easy one to handle. One of them whipped out his phone and called someone. "There's a chick who knows Kung Fu. Send Herb and Ron over." Hearing that more foes were coming, Debbie planned to run away. She let go of the man she was grabbing, took an opportunity, and ran to the back of the store. She looked desperately for a backdoor. But there was no backdoor! It was a bedroom that she recklessly ran into. When she realized where she was, she wanted to run out, but the door of the room was locked then by those men. "Stay there. You can come out when you have decided to pay the money," a man said outside. Debbie took her phone out of her pocket and wanted to call the police. Then another man's voice called out, "Call the police if you want. Nobody dares to mess with us, not even the police. I'm letting you keep your phone because I'm not worried about you calling the police." She didn't buy it and called the police anyway. The p
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