Never take chances on leftovers sitting for more than a week.
I know times are tough, but what the Hell, Car? Over a week?
Okay, okay. Clearly you do not speak sarcasm whatsoever. I will refrain from being sarcastic from now on, O Serious One.
So let’s not drink. Much.
How’s this: I seriously appreciate that.
Fine. If you insist. Been a while since I talked about my feelings so why not?
You reading between the lines, Benjy? Or simply wishful thinking? I think you want me to come onto you.
Good. Join me for a drink.
No. I don’t.
How many times do I gotta tell you that I don’t swing that way? You gonna respect that sometime soon or…?
I don’t drink. Much.
She’s from China or Japan? They’re two separate countries and entirely different cultures, you know. They are not interchangeable. It’s like comparing apples and oranges.
What the hell did you just call me?
You literally make no sense.
They can be if you let them be. It’s all about keeping an open mind, Daisy.
What? I didn’t call you anything…
I know I don’t.
Or maybe it’s just you that I have a higher opinion of, Fenwick.
You heading anywhere important?
Okay, that’s just — what. Did you just come on to me, Lupin?
Er— just going to visit Caradoc but I wouldn’t call that important.
[Lily crosses her arms and stares at Benjy with a blank expression, waiting for him to get there all on his own].
Jeno, you say? That’s a name I’ve never heard of before. One that I think is made up. She must’ve had those free-spirited type of parents.
She’s Japanese and loves the whole Japanese food thing, you say? That’s unexpected.
I never took you as a bloke to date a shy bird. How’d you meet her?
Yeah, no. It’s not made up. I mean. She’s from China. So, what do you expect? Her name’s sure as hell not gonna be Melissa. No need to be racist, Daisy.
Well, she’s open minded when it comes to her countries. I know, I know — she surprises me every day with her ethnicity.
Oh, yeah. Yeahhh. I love me the quiet ones ‘cause they’re the wild ones, you know what I mean? They’re usually touch depraved, so… they go nuts in the sack.
I met her at a… tree. Er, yeah. You see… she was… in… the tree. So I saved her life.
Stop right there.
You are far too good looking to be out in public.
What the—- ?
Okay, look, why is your opinion of the general public so low?