|Don’t worry. You can just laugh it all off when you see them all tomorrow at the office.
|Actually, it’s not as bad as that. After much pleading, she consented to let Andrew pay to be on the same pavement as her for five minutes, and she even left him with enough money for bus fare home. Heart of gold.
|I think she’ll soon get the hang of it, don’t you?
|Honesty is very important in a relationship. Many marriages are just a sham, with no real emotional bond. That’s genuine contempt she’s showing there, and she means it wholeheartedly.
|Actually, he doesn’t know it yet but much worse things are going to happen to him in the future. The decisions about the brush gag are numbers seven and eight, tops.