STOP! STOP! STOP!
Good riddance, why am I stopping?
Oh, please. If you must, don’t be too specific. Now if you would excuse me for a moment as I continue ‘undisrupted’ ..
Disrupting you? This is a 50/50 deal.
"And in the midst of a phenom—"
you sound like a peddler's wife.
Excuse you, once again..
"AND in the mid--"
Wanna know what should have been excused?
For the sake of my own good manner, I will pretend that went unsaid. As I was saying:
"in the midst of a phenomenal euphoria she could yet but frolic in hi—"
-FROLIC IN HIS, HIS WHAT? WHAT ARE WE FROLIC-ING IN EXACTLY?
And who even uses the word frolic anymore?
I just wanted to soun—
'oh dear heavens, how does one even go about frolic-ing? Oh peasants, look at me and my bigwor—'
Actually, I am quite good at flirting.
Positive. Your boyfriend assures it himself.
Smooth move, Queen Elizabeth. We don’t have a bf.
Speaking of flirting, remember that time…
Do not go there.
The banana. That date. The dance.
I should’ve never listened to you.
I thought of it cause it was funny, it’s not my fault you’re so literal.
Oh, big word. Good Job.
No one ACTUALLY approaches a guy at a dance by pelvic thrusting to the Milkshake song.
OH, and that banana you were holding. Way to attract all the hotties, oh yeah.
Just..the way you looked..”all the boys to the yard”…the way he ran…
You know what? YOU ARE THE RUDEST, MOST PESSIMISTIC, SARCASTIC..T..t..twat I know.
Did you just say …twat?
SOMEONE CALL THE MEDICINE MAN, SHE’S GON’ RABID.
I am so sick of you.
Okay okay, I’m sorry. You hate when I think too loud.
I’m only loud because you’re too big-headed. I have no space.
Fine, have at it princess.
First, can you stop with the medieval words. We sound like we’re trying too hard.
Good vocabulary, good writers.
No. Good ideas make good writers.
OKAY, fine. I agree. But with all do respect, we should be working together.
It’s about time you say it with me.