It didn’t seem like that that night. It was like you hated me.
I could never hate my little Teddy bear.
You told Isa you were proud of her and you were nice to Xavier as well. And you tried to ground me for no reason. I might let her know later.
Because she got a job at not the strip club. That’s something to be proud of. I was the way I always am, Ted. I try my best to not give any one of you special treatment and sometimes I fail. But if anyone gets special treatment it’s you. Not Isa or Tyler. Or even Xavier. It’s you, Teddy.
He’s way funnier than you. You’re right. It wasn’t. You were super nice to all the others. But whatever, I’m not coming home. At least not this week.
Ouch. I wasn’t super nice to any of them, actually. Except your mom, but her mad is way worse than me frustrated. Okay, you need your space, I’ll respect that. But at least let your mom know you’re okay.
Grandpa. There’s nothing to talk about, Sam. Go talk to the kids you actually like.
That hurts. Grandpa isn’t even as funny as me. Teddy, please, I love you. You know that. It wasn’t fair of me to take out my frustration on you, I miss you at home. Your mom misses you too. You don’t have to come home for me, but do it for your mom. I won’t even bother you if you don’t want me to.
Where do you think you get it from? Anyways, I was hoping we could talk? I really am sorry for the other day, Teddy.
If you’re a regular and you leave me shitty tips then your coffee is going to get a little worse every morning until you can take a fucking hint.
How about a big tip?
there has to be something. That money has been tucked into places I don’t want to think about.
You know we get paid through a check, right? And it goes in the bank? So your money doesn’t come from places that money shouldn’t be.
Kind of hard to when you make just enough to pay all your bills and feed your family.
I knew there was a reason why you are Rach are some of my top earners.
And now I have to prove that.