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It seems he is in the mood for snoozing instead of loving.
I prefer watching a sunset when I am not behind the wheel of a 3000 pound device which if not handled properly, has all the destructive power of an artillery shell.
Oh no you don’t Michael. You guilt tripped your mother into blowing off an important meeting at work once, then when she offered to spend time with you, all you said was that you wanted her to sit around the house like a lump.
Do not count the days; make the days count!
That is not fully Elly’s fault. There was a story arc where she blew off an important meeting because Michael was acting needy. However, when she suggested going to the movies or playing a board game, Michael rudely said no and that he just expected his mother to sit at home like a lump.
There was a strip where Elly and John learn that Mrs. Baird, their elderly neighbor, died in her sleep. There was no snarkiness nor any “it’s just a comic” comments that day.
Alliterative sentence: My grandmother said “Most gentlemen do not write graffiti”.
Elizabeth is Elly’s daughter and she is probably 8 or 9? If a construction worker whistled at her that would be creepy, not funny.
We lived near a lady who sold cakes, and sometimes she would gift them to people. I got one on my eighth birthday. People marveled about how huge and elaborate the cake was. However, I did not show much enthuisasm nor send her a thank you note. She never made another cake for me.
That is like condeming hypocrisy in others for not meeting commonly accepted morals and ethics, whereas I am not hypocrite because I set my own standards. Where is the moral standard in that? Setting the bar very low.