The narrator admires Sheila Mant. For him, she is perfect and pure. He wants to get up his nerve to ask her out.
OMG she is so hot. I wish I could go on a date with her sometime...
One day, the narrator finally gets up his nerve and interrupts Sheila Mant and her family's softball game and asks her out to a concert that same night. He tells her they will go by canoe because it is much faster, Sheila agrees to go but the idea of the canoe did not appeal much to her.
Would you like to go to a concert with me tomorrow? It would be so lit.
LOL no, we'll go by canoe.
IDK... do you have a car?
That night, the narrator waits ten minutes for Sheila in his canoe. Meanwhile, he prepares his fishing rod. Sheila arrives in a beautiful white dress that leaves the narrator impressed, but Sheila's dubious face is what bothered him. Anyway, he started paddling their way to the concert.
WTH... who thinks fishing is cool anyway?
On their way to the concert, a big bass makes a splash by the canoe.Sheila Bass tells him that, for her, fishing is dumb. The narrator's dream of fishing a huge bass like that one was very close, since the bass was hooked now,but to not appear dumb to Sheila, he cut the line and let the bass swim away.
OMG this cannot be happening.
They arrive to the concert and dance together once or twice.
This is so dope!
Once the music was done, Sheila tells the narrator that she would be going home in Eric Caswell's car, the guy that stroked song number four.
That was so "gucci". Anyway, I'm leaving with Eric.