“You know, just because I have a moral and personal obligation to not leave you out on the street during the winter, that’s no reason to use the money- that /should/ go to your utilities each month- … To buy a tv. … Which is, for some reason, sitting in my guest bedroom.”—Andy (via anotherangrycop)
D: “So, about that… I got evicted recently… Well…. Last week.” T: “And you didn’t say anything before- why?” D: “Because.. Reasons. And damn good ones at that. Probably.” T: “Taking advantage of my distraction and the fact I was in Maine for thanksgiving is really not cool.” D: “In my defense I was going to tell you, but you’ve had a lot on your plate lately. Also, I was hoping I’d find a new place to live before you noticed.” T: “Here’s a little incentive- The longer you live here, the worse the rumors we’re dating are going to get.” D: “Gross… I’ve been telling people at work that you’re my uncle.. And I gave you a kidney last year.” T: “Our blood types don’t match.” D: “Like they’re going to check… No one has that much time on their hands.” T: “Oh please. You do.”
Speaking of morons, What’s new on the work front? Actually, I’m not sure if that has anything to do with morons, but I’ll take the segue.
Does that mean you’re following me home again?
It’s New York, Darcy. It’s full of morons.
Really angry ones.
You’re a college student, shouldn’t you know that? And aside from the fact I’ve spent more time breaking up disputes over parking spaces than doing any work at my pay level- It’s been mostly idiot-free.
When do I not follow you home?
Maybe I should’ve majored in people skills.
Sounds like a full day, Just remember. It could be worse. You could spend your free time behind a counter, serving people coffee all day.. and I use the term ‘people’.. loosely.
"If the little nametag on my apron says, ‘Hi, My name is Darcy, I’m here to do your bidding, Coffee lords.’" With a mock salute, she held up a frappuccino to a woman in a pink tracksuit. "Whipped cream?"