An Argument with Taylor

“David.”

“Yes, Taylor?”

“David, I am flurious with you.”

“Flurious, Taylor?”

“Yes, David, flurious. Almost furious.”

“I see, Taylor. And why are you flurious at me?”

“David, I had dessert for 10 people in the refrigerator.”

“Yes, Taylor. And?”

“David, you ate all that desert.”

“Taylor, that seems unlikely. Can you explain?”

“David, I had watermelon in the refrigerator.”

“I see what happened, Taylor. I like watermelon — los of watermelon. I apologize, Taylor.

“David, what are you going to write in your diet diary?”

“Taylor, most people don’t know this, but watermelons are berries. I am going to write, ‘One berry.’”

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