“Remember this prophecy: a party with small children doesn’t end until there’s a poop incident.”
“Do I need to explain to you how time works?”
“No offense, but are there any adults in your government that are versed in international public policy that I can consult, instead of a teenager who’s only left the country to go on overpriced vacations to the Caribbean?”
“You owe me a story.” “Which do you want?” “The little boy with the can of condensed orange juice.” “Does it have to be that one?”
“I don’t like how that ended. Let’s pretended it never happened.” “Life doesn’t work like that.” “It does now.”
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