When A Man Falls In The Forest


I really appreciate this, guys.

I don't know

what's wrong with my legs.

They don't seem

to be working today.

Usually they're

pretty dependable.

I don't have an idea

why this is happening,

but every now and then,

something like this

does happen, I guess.

I don't know,

I can't or something.

I remember once

I was in the third--

# When I need someone

who cares, #

# I find you're always there #

# every time I pine for you. #

# When my castle

turns to sand, #

# you're there

to hold my hand. #

# much more

than only friend. #

# Much more than lovers. #

# There will be a lucky star #

# shining above us. #

# Time and time again, #

# I will hold you

close to me. #

# So close we will be, #

# like one for always

and always #

# and time and time again. #


How was your day?


Something wrong?


Oh, I don't know.

You just seem--

I don't know--

Everything is perfectly fine.

Anybody can do

whatever they want to do

around here, right?

Well, there's

no one else here, Karen.

Well, that's right.

I mean, and you don't--

You don't--

I don't what?

What? What?

I'm not doing this.

No, come on, what?

I don't what?

I'm keeping my mouth shut.

You just--

You just do whatever it is

you want to do.

Why don't you

just go ahead,

walk out of the room

like you always do,

Like you normally do,

just walk right out of here.

Everything is my fault.

It is an insult to the cook

To put too much barbecue sauce

on your food.

The psychology behind it is,

the food isn't good enough

on its own,

so you've got to cover it

with a whole bunch of mess

to get a good flavor

but not this.

I did not know that.

Looks like

you're cooking up a storm.


I would've had one

on here for you

If I knew you were there.

Maybe next time.

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