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What is the point being young and single if you can’t live an adventurous life? After a disastrous outing with two football players from the Ottawa Riverdoggs, Robin vows to never have anything to do with a football player ever again. She has a few dates with James, a man who somehow mysteriously knows her bitchy co-worker Judy. Between conflicts with Judy and her constant shopping problem, Robin takes a 42-hour road trip with her friend Sarah, only adding to her money troubles. The two of them seem to always get into hilarious situations and begin to see how the world really works. When Robin arrives home, the mystery is revealed as to who James really is. Will she stay with him? Or has she had enough of the lies and move on? Robin slowly realizes that the world really is hers to discover.
Every thing is mine to discover, to gain sight of or to learn. Every thing. I can discover the whole world if I wish. I can experience and discover new things with new people, or as many people as I want. Ultimately I have the power to do anything with my life. I can change anything I want to in my life. I can live wherever I want to, I could work anywhere I want to. If I wanted to become a doctor I could. I would of course need years of schooling, but I could do it. I could choose to get married and discover what it is like to live a married life. I could choose to be single forever and discover what it is like to live that life. I could choose to discover what it would be like to have children and be a mother. A single mother. I can decide who I want to be with for the rest of my life. I have the whole world to discover.