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I think that this scene, when Jeffery meets the "Love of his life" (Lindsey.) Was Important because Lindsey is some of the reasons why Jeffery is getting in trouble or embarrassed.
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I think this scene, when Jeffery lied to his mom about going to Tads house, but he was actually going to Lindsey's, was very important because Jeffery isn't the person to lie, especially to his parents. And Jeffery probably is upset of the decision he made but the thing is he is doing it for Lindsey. So that kinda give use an idea of how he feels about Lindsey.
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Even though it didn't say they kissed, I think they kissed. I think this scene is also important because throughout this book Lindsey has become an very important character . This is also there first kiss , (if they even kissed.) Jeffery deserves Lindsey, after all his parents aren't the nicest to him sometimes, and he needs a girl in his life who loves him.
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