I think we’re saying the same thing.
Ribbit, hey buddy, you need an ID? I can get you one that’ll get you out of here, but you gotta let me know now. I got two buyers on hold. I saved it special for you, but if you don’t want it, you gotta let me know now.
Jeremy, I can’t. Mom and Dad are waiting inside for me. Now’s not a good time. Can’t I call you tomorrow?
It’s now or never, comrade. Tomorrow never comes for those who stick around to see what’s happening. You want to live a long full life, you’ll get out of town. I know I am. The apocalypse is coming.
But my mom and dad.
Your mom and dad can’t come. It’s awful, I know, but better one of you makes it out than none of you, right? Isn’t that what they would want?
I dunno. They’re pretty good about guilting me to do the right thing even if it means personal sacrifice.
Oh, jeebers. I know what you mean. Well, think of it this way, then: your guilt is all imagined. They’re the perfect parents and only want the best for their child.
Well, I can’t leave those kinds of parents behind!
Sure you can. You’re doing what’s best for THE FAMILY.
We were never particu-
Nevermind. See you tomorrow, buddy.