There is a 90 per cent chance that he might not want me anyway.
While walking home, she comes across Jeff and the other gnomes as they steal a pie off a windowsill, and she is understandably shocked.
Before she can use a payphone to report the strange phenomenon she's just witnessed, a robed man appears from nowhere and drags her away screaming into the night, while the gnomes proceed to steal her pie.
Dipper empathizes with her in the fact that he's failed to find any solid clues, but the two then notice that the smashed laptop bears the insignia "Mc Gucket Labs." It seems unlikely, but after connecting several clues gathered over the summer, the duo conclude Old Man Mc Gucket is the most likely writer of the journals.
Meanwhile, Wendy finds herself plagued by the latest summer chart-topper, "Straight Blanchin'" despite Soos' insistence that it's a good song.
” This statement was made by a young black man after my white friend expressed his interest in dating black women.
I used to love black men so much that I dated them exclusively for a long time and then I began to notice something. Names like golfer Tiger Woods, basketball champ Kobe Bryant and billionaire and music mogul Dr Dre, who could contribute significantly to the black community and to black families, have chosen not to. There is nothing wrong with interracial dating but the level that black men do is distressing.
We have been friends for a while and are quite open with each other.
I would rather have a friend who is honest to my face than behind my back.
Back at the Mystery Shack, Dipper once again trying to discern the identity of the author of Journal 3.
But Mabel is more focused on a message she just received from her former crush and pen pal, Mermando.
To be honest, I find it difficult to keep track of the number of white women I have met who are certain that their black partners would never want black women.