Right, so I should use the leash for Jer then.
If you’re really in the mood to use a leash then that would be the more acceptable approach.
You mean like inject it into her phone? She’d lose that too.
True but I am sure you could get it implanted into a nice piece of jewelry. Girls like that sort of thing more than a leash you know.
Because it’s so darn hard to keep up with her. What is difficult to understand about that?
Mmm, a leash? Can’t you just get one of those locator chips or something?
Never quite forgave Gloria for not letting me finish the joke. It was a good joke.
Finish it now. What would a hybrid say in a bar?
…since I have had a day off.
I am not even sure I know what to do with one.
You do own each and every right, Dr. Fell.
I am not a man that looks for compliments. I can surely carry on with my second life without such unlike many in today’s society but I will accept them none the less when given. Well, I thank you for your generosity. The past being..well, in the past does not mean you can appreciate it in all it’s glory. Dwelling is such that annoys me to no end. One should live in the now and make the best of the current. I would want nothing but friendly to accompany us, Meredith. [[a small smirk danced on his lips as he took her hand into his own and twirled her body into his]] May my ‘moves’ surprise you.
See, that’s what I like about you. You don’t go fishing for compliments like most. By the way, have you ever considered writing a book (or perhaps you already have)? You certainly have a way with words and an interesting point of view. I like that you say live in the now - that is certainly a motto I wish to embrace. Hence this impromptu demonstration of your skills. [she couldn’t help but laugh at the quick move but her arms settle naturally, and she racked her brain, hoping she could at least remember some of the skills her mother had tried to ingrain in her as a teenager] Something tells me that you are full of surprises.