• matt: Well you must have magical kisses then
  • me: So I've been told
  • matt: By whom?
  • me: They boys
  • matt: Which boys?
  • me: All the boys
  • matt: The ones who go to the yard?
  • me: What can I say. I make good milkshakes.
  • matt: Well then you have to make milkshakes when we make mac n cheese Saturday
  • me: I'm not sure I should
  • matt: Why not?
  • me: I'm not sure you want that crowd there
  • matt: Are they really that sensitive to your milkshakes?
  • me: I don't think you're grasping how magical my kisses are and how amazing my milkshakes are. And also how superb my cuddling is.
  • matt: Ok well from what I experienced, the cuddling was just ok
  • me: That's because we weren't actually cuddling. So if you gave me an "ok" for just laying in bed with you then that's pretty damn impressive.
  • matt: When I came into the office the next day you said thank you for cuddling with me
  • me: Yeah well I was trying to appeal to your sensing trait
  • matt: How does that appeal to my sensing trait?
  • me: Because it was something that physically happened as opposed to a philosophical discussion like we normally have. And I was trying to appease your merchant by talking about a common connection and your builder by giving you recognition.
  • matt: Ok well, I still want a milkshake. I'll put up with the boys.
  • me: What kind of milkshakes are we talking bout here?
  • matt: The ones that you say you can make and that taste super good. That's the only milkshake I know of.
  • me: What flavor do you like?
  • matt: Well what is the best flavor you make?
  • me: I make a mean kalhua cheesecake flavor. Sweet but with a kick that you want to keep hitting you.