Personally, I’d rather have the Subway anyway—love a good Subway footlong. :D
So, lucky for me, that’s something we DO have in my hometown…as well as two more, in case anything happens to the first one. :P
I mean, I can’t really argue with Annie on that, so…
Upon thinking it further, it also occurs to me that inside a freezer is secure. Not gonna get many eavesdroppers here.
You’re welcome. Least we could do.
Right. That’s how I would’ve handled it, had I been Len.
What you do now, Len, is take a step back and reassess how you’ve been handling this. Look at it from Colin’s perspective—if you hated playing, say, badminton, but your mother (who I know you have a resentment towards) made you play anyway…how do YOU think you’d feel?
Hey, if it works…
I remember reading part of the Canterbury Tales in a literature class once. Wasn’t that impressed. Could see how it was historically significant, but as a whole, it’s a meh story for me.
Enough to trample a big paper mache komodo dragon.
Yep, they’re friends—only friends could make awkward Shakespeare references like that and still be able to roll with it. :D