A: Hi, are you Mia?
B: I am Mia. You must be Rubin.
A: Yes, that's me!
B: It's so good to finally meet you. Karen has told me so much about you!
A: I hope that she had good things to say about me!
B: She had only good things to say. Did you have trouble finding me?
A: Well, how many beautiful women in a red dress by the fountain are there?
B: Thank you for the compliment!
A: So would you like to go get a bite to eat, Mia?
B: That sounds perfect. Lead the way!
A: Hi, is your name Mia?
B: Yes, my name is Mia. Are you Rubin?
A: Yes, I am Rubin!
B: Finally! The infamous Rubin! I've heard so much about you that I feel like I already know you.
A: Oh no, I hope they had positive things to say.
B: Don't worry. All of the stories were good. How were you able to find me so quickly?
A: It was pretty easy to find the beautiful woman in a red dress next to the fountain.
B: Well, I guess that kind of narrowed it down!
A: Mia, could I interest you in some lunch down the street at my favorite cafe?
B: Yes, it's a great day for a little walk and some lunch.
A: Hi, I am looking for a woman named Mia.
B: I think I am who you are looking for. You have got to be Rubin, then.
A: That would be me!
B: Rubin! Karen and Mike have spoken about you so often that I feel like I've met you before.
A: I hope that what they had to say was mostly good!
B: They only said wonderful things about you. You did a good job of finding me.
A: Finding the beautiful woman in a red dress next to the fountain wasn't all that hard.
B: Yes, I guess it was a choice of me or the pigeons!
A: I was hoping that we could take a walk down the street to my favorite cafe.
B: Lunch sounds great! Let's head on out!
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