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Do I look like Rob Thomas to you?

Is that what's going on?

Are you a bit confused about how to pay homage to me, considering that I look like Rob Thomas to you?

Are you humming that song when you go, " Oh wait I know who'd appreciate some attention from my busy bee peen-Rob Thomas"?

And then did you get my number up on your screen, by mistake, because you put me in your phone as Rob Thomas?

Because I get that- that is an honest mistake.

But I'm not Rob Thomas. I am not a current member, former member or prospective member of Matchbox 20. I don't even know if they still exist.

Look- it's 3 am. You must be lonely.

But I'm not.

Moral: Girls are not Rob Thomas. Don't. Do. That.


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