Garth to Stay Independent–For Now

Just found out.

Fine. Your loss, Garth. I didn’t want to go out with you anyway. You’re right, we should just stay friends. I don’t want to ruin this special thing we have. Besides, um, well, I’ve been meaning to tell you, there’s someone else. She’s really great, and I think she might be my first MP instead. So uh, no hard feelings?

“Well, there is some appeal (in joining the Green party),” Turner said.

“However right now, there is more appeal in trying to be an independent and seeing if that is going to work.”

Good, I hope it does work. I just want you to be happy, really. And hey, if being on your own isn’t what you thought it would be…I mean, if you get lonely…well, who knows how we’ll both feel in the future.

Just know that you’ll always have a special place in my heart.

(Special thanks to every girl I knew in high school for their help with this post.)

4 thoughts on “Garth to Stay Independent–For Now

  1. That’s pretty funny.

    Thankfully no bridges being burnt here… remember the old flame that turned up a year later out of the ‘blue’ wanting another chance?


    Mr Turner seems like a great guy and I hope in the future he does consider polling his riding again on the idea of him joining the green Party. Just two days ago the constituents voted in a tie at a town hall meeting for him to either:
    a) join the Green Party, or
    b) remain as an Independent.

  2. ‘The Siberian Timebomb’, the most important wake-up call since ‘Silent Spring’. For more info on this BBC report track back to my blog or, go to .


    I’ve had an answer back from the Beeb.

    The report will be repeated on BBC News 24 over the weekend at the following times;
    On 28 October 2006 at 05:30, 14:30 and 21:30 and on 29 October at 03:30 and
    14:30 GMT.

    Please see if you can.

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