We Should Hang Out Sometime
By jania38, Updated
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Josh is in the Hospital. His left leg is getting amputated but he is having a prosthetic put on. While he is in the hospital he wonders why he has never had a girlfriend and that lead him to his investigation.
Josh is at Church with Sarah Stevens. They are on the bus and all their friends are playing truth or dare, so they decide to join in. As they are playing it becomes Sarah's turn and she selects truth. Josh's friend "Tony" asks Sarah if she likes Josh, and she says no. But she's not telling the whole truth. Later on he asks her out and she says.....yes! But they go out for about 23 hours because he just left her there, all alone. This is the start of his experiment.
Josh is on his first "date". He is playing putt-putt/ golf with Francesca. As he is playing golf he makes a perfect shot and everything goes to a perfect date to a ruined date in Josh's eyes. He falls, his prosthetic foot turns around at the 6th hole and makes himself look awkward and unusual. This is why he thinks that she didn't want to be his girlfriend but this wasn't the case.
Josh takes Evelyn out to Prom. He is in nomination to become prom king but he doesn't make the cut. This makes him feel like he never had a chance and it makes him feel like an idiot. He thinks that she doesn't like him but this isn't the reason.
Josh finally figures out why he has never had a girlfriend. He gathered all the subjects and compared their answers. Their explanation was the same "I liked you" but he soon realized that he had a problem, not the girls. He was insecure with his disability, even though there wasn't a problem with his physical stability . The problem was that he believed that the way his body was shaped disqualified him from an romantic relationship. But in the end it was his insecurities that kept him single not his disability.
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