Are you even old enough to be doing that? Or are you just going to tell me it’s apple juice?
I was old enough when I first arrived, so I can almost promise you I’m old enough now. The caution almost seems like you were looking forward to taking it off me.
Not everyone hear has both, so no…I don’t know how it works.
I know, but you kinda need both to actually be here, so I’m hoping you know how that works. If not, I’m sure Alice will explain it to you.
What do you remember about your family?
Nothing, everything else has come first but I don’t need to tell you that as I’m sure you’re aware that I haven’t seen them in quite some time. Never the less, I’m sure it was pretty straight forward, a mum, a dad… You know how it works, I hope.
I was being genuine, I don’t have any family here, thankfully.
We can celebrate, like they want us to. Or pretend like tomorrow does not exist. I’m more partial to the later because, let’s be honest, what do any of you have to be thankful for?
You’re right, I may as well lay down and die right now. Maybe we all should as our health, friends and family surely aren’t anything to be thankful for.
Ohh, right, no I know what you mean now. I think my brain’s just gone to sleep. Nope, people I lived with thought it’d be damaging. Right… your description of the dancing had me thinking it sounded funny, I guess not. Gross, strip clubs.
Don’t stress, mines all over the joint too, must be the weather. [nods] Right, well, they were somewhat right. [nods] It is, but there’s no need to pay to see it.
A school for sporty kids with learning disabilities. It’s not? I never went to parties, but I’m glad I can’t have missed out on much. I think I’d pay to see that kind of dancing, though.
And arty ones, you know, specialises in subjects that don’t involve writing. You never went to parties? [laughs] You pay to get into a strip club…