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  • Mhm.

  • Mhm.

  • Yeah.

  • What?

  • Mhm.

  • Because I said I like your dress.

  • Stop saying that.

  • It's true.

  • It's boring.

  • That's all I wanted to say.

  • I'm starting to think it's all you can say.

  • What's your name, Leonard, Leonard.

  • You better run along before my fiance gets here.

  • He's far less tolerant of your existence than I am.

  • There's no reason to be angry.

  • I was simply paying you a compliment.

  • But you're just acting like a big baby cause you miss your mother's bosoms.

  • My mother's what?

  • Her bosoms, You goof.

  • You're substituting my bosoms for your mother's.

  • What?

  • No, I'm not.

  • Why not?

  • What's wrong with my bosoms?

  • Uh mm.

  • Honestly, Miss Littleton were in public.

  • The rules of etiquette apply Leonard.

  • It's 1925.

  • There are no rules except that boys like your tedious until they're 40.

  • At which point they become unbearably tedious.

  • I didn't come over here to be insulted.

  • No.

  • Where do you usually go and don't think just because you haven't said anything that I don't know what you're up to?

  • I'm talking to you behind the magazine.

  • Don't you know, I could have you arrested for eavesdropping?

  • Excuse me.

  • Are you really an avid reader of Ladies Home Journal?

  • I never miss an issue.

  • I see.

  • Waiting for someone.

  • I'm sorry.

  • Were you speaking to me?

  • No.

  • She's practicing my american accent.

  • Of course.

  • I matter of fact, I was waiting for someone.

  • A business associate.

  • A business associate.

  • So cryptic.

  • So manly.

  • Clearly beyond the comprehension of a feeble female.

  • If you say something.

  • What I want to know is why you chose to come in here from the lobby where you obviously had business to sit next to me and listen to my conversation.

  • Tell me are you afraid to say?

  • I'm not afraid to say it.

  • I'm in love with Leonard.

  • It's go ahead and laugh.

  • Everyone does.

  • We had something beautiful until you came along.

  • You think you could just toss them away like a sack of flour?

  • That's funny.

  • Hey haven't you done enough?

  • Really?

  • Who are you?

  • What's your name?

  • I'm dodge dodge.

  • Connelly of Duluth Minnesota lexie, Littleton, Champagne Illinois.

  • Hey lexi what are you doing for dinner?

  • You're a lot of fun.

  • Mr Connelly and I'm sorry I'm not going to get to know you better but you should leave before my fiance gets here.

  • He's kind of big.

  • Mm.

  • I can handle myself.

  • No.

  • Really.

  • Mr Connell Mr Connelly is buried next to my mother.

  • I'm dodge.

  • Dodge.

  • Would be better if you go better.

  • For whom?

  • Don't get familiar Mr Connelly Just because we had a laugh doesn't mean you know me.

  • My apologies, apology accepted but I do know you you think so?

  • Oh yeah.

  • Really?

  • You're the kind of cocktail that comes on like sugar.

  • If it gives you a kick in the head.

  • The only thing you hate worse than the guy making a play is when a guy doesn't make a play.

  • You're making a play.

  • I hadn't realized it might work on my aunt Lurleen, she's a little nearsighted.

  • There's an article on Peach Canning in here that I'm dying to get back to.

  • Well, I know you two dutch Connolly.

  • You think you're the slickest operator in Duluth and maybe you are.

  • But being the slickest operator in Duluth, this kind of like being the world's tallest midget.

  • If you ask me, it's too bad.

  • We know each other so well.

  • We might have gotten along well.

  • I live alone.

  • Mm.

Mhm.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/08/25
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