How Not to Be Popular - Chapter Eight: Terribly Good Summary & Analysis

Jennifer Ziegler
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Chapter Eight: Terribly Good Summary

Jack takes Maggie on a date to a Japanese restaurant. She informs him that she is a vegetarian and he also tries to not eat meat. He accommodates her and is respectful of her opinions and choices. Maggie doesn't really want to be on this date but goes along with it because Mrs.Pratt is worried about her and Maggie wants her to write a letter of recommendation.

On their date, Maggie keeps bringing up topics that she think will anger or make Jack uncomfortable, but neither happens. At one point in the conversation, he points out that Maggie is the one who is being judgmental,

After dinner they go to a park and she's still trying to make Jack uncomfortable so she wades into a pond. She slips and falls and he comes in after her...

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