Hahaha! I vote for either the most soppy and silly RomComs or horror movies…or both. What do you think?? And god…food and drinks sound amazing. With or without alcohol?
He didn’t mean it that way, really. Blaine is not a bastard. I’ll admit that I was a bit angry at him. But in the end he only wanted to help. Did you know that he researched places and gatherings where gay teens meet up here and that he suggested that we go there together so I might meet someone? He really wants to help me.Well, parent week would be a it expensive, given the fact that most parents would have to fly in. But yes, I bet they would be best buds too!
That’s great! And working at a shop is better than in a factory, isn’t it? And I guess it’s better paid? I am so glad that everything returned to normal and that everything was okay again in the end. You guys deserve it. Haha, well, granted. I am kind of a walking cliché. But I am proud of that. I am who I am after all.
Mainly Horror movies, but I’ll let you have RomComs. Why not both! I’m down for some poison with a bit of Dr. Pepper.
Well, he’s one in my eyes, no friend is a good friend if they do that, and I don’t even care if he’s my best friends brother. I guess, but anyone could have done that dude, he wants to help yet he’s just… never mind. I guess so, and I doubt the school would be nice enough to pay it for them, but oh well. No, working at a factory was a ton better. Even though he didn’t make a lot of money, it was a lot more then he makes now, even with my moms over-time shifts. Exactly man, you are who you are, never change for no person, no one is ever worth changing for.
Hahha, they sure will, I just know it. They will be the most epic in the history of epic, trust me.
And yeah…it’s better now. And hey, no one is a bastard. I mean…not really fun to be asked to help him confess his love, but yeah. Trying to be a good friend here. And I kind of snapped at him anyway, which wasn’t fair.Your Dad sounds amazing, really. Ahhh I see. You know, I am sure our Dads would get along just great,
Oh gosh, that honestly sounds really hard. But…your parents seem amazing and it’s great that you all got through it together. You all can be proud of yourself, honey. Things got better though, right? Your Dad found another job?He sure is amazing. He has his edges and is a seriously down-to-earth guy. Not at all as flamboyant as I am. And I think I will soon enough.
Damn right it will be, the two of us and a ton of food and drink and we’re set for the best night ever, no one can ever compare, just saying.
No, dude, that’s being a bastard, it’s so wrong that it’s beyond wrong. Like who does he think his is man? You had your feelings hurt, in my eyes, that’s pretty fair. You just got your feelings across in a quicker way. I dunno if this place does a parents week or something, but I’m sure if they did, they’d be best buds, well, it seems like they would be anyway. Epic Bromance right there. My dad works at a store now, he used to work in a nearby factory making stuff but they cut back, but things are as good as they’ll get, they don’t need to worry about James and I, Sam is still at home but at least they can save up some money now. Dude, I don’t think anyone is as flamboyant as you, but it’s okay, I don’t think anyone else could pull it off.
I can’t wait for our marathons either.
Although I kind of want to just stay at home and curl up here. Right now the thought of returning gives me a stomach ache.Awww that sounds like he is a great guy, honestly. I am glad to hear that you guys get along so well. Sports fan? Baseball, football or basketball? Or all three?
Oh, a rough patch? Sorry to hear that.
Want to talk about it?You know, he actually sounds a lot like my Dad. When my Mom died, it was hard on him too. He had his kids, who all were sad and devastated, he was devastated himself, on top of that he has his own business to run. It was hard but we all pulled through together. My Dad is an honest, down-to-earth kind of guy. He is always there for us, no matter what.
They’re going to be the best, I know it. It sucks that all this has made you feel like that? People can be bastards like that. Yeah he is, he’s just got a massive heart, no matter what. Not so much Basketball, but Football and Baseball are his favourites.
He got fired from his job a while ago, and though we didn’t get much money for it anyway, living on my mom’s wages and the little stuff my dad did for neighbours, him and my mom were struggling a ton. We got through on like rash-ons and shit, but they just usually fed us and then picked at little things when we couldn’t see them. Your dad sounds awesome though man, you should bring him out here some time, show him the city and stuff.
I am so, so sorry, Sawyer!! I really am. I swear that I’ll make this up to you. And that movie day is only the start. Haha, ramble? That’s kind of adorable. Tell me more about your Dad.
Don’t worry about it, I totally understand, family time is important, but I can’t wait to actually make a start of our marathons. Yeah, he’s good with words usually, but sometimes he rambles, and I kinda miss it to be fair. He doesn’t know that when I call him up, I say stuff to make him ramble on purpose. Well, he’s a sports fan, not all macho man but he’s a middle kind of guy, shows he cares and all his emotions and stuff. I don’t really know what else really, we kinda hit a rough patch the other year, and it was real hard on him, but he still took care of us all, y’know? He’s that kinda man. Jesus, now I just rambled, that’s what speaking about my parents does to me. What’s your dad like?
I know, honey! And I surely will come over when I am back - promise! I owe you a movie night after all, don’t I?
They sure do, I agree with that.
This was supposed to be our movie marathon weekend, so a day isn’t going to cover it, but I can definitely let you off this once.
Sometimes my dad just likes to ramble if I ask him stuff, but I don’t mind, it’s what he does best.
I’ll be back monday though, honey. Well, spend time with my family. Especially with my Dad. Talk to him, get advice.
Yeah? Well, if you need a bit of a chill out session when you get back, you know where I am. Dads give the best advice, even if they don’t know about stuff.