What am I talking about?
Last night I said something that didn't make sense. And I wanted to remember it, so I texted it to my friend. This is what happened.
Josie: In Buddy they get a new Gorilla and he wont leave her forever…
Laura: Dude! I know!
Josie: Ya, it was intensive. I cried.
Laura: I bought all 6 novels
Josie: Really? I’m still saving up. 285 dollars is a little pricey for meh. But so worth it. And the part where the fruit loops ‘gay cheerios” come and have thanksgiving with the Gorilla, it was awaying.
Laura: 285 is nothing compared to what your getting. It’s so worth it. And the stories are so thrilling I usually wet the bed.
Josie: I know! I usually end up spilling my coconuts all over. But it’s still worth is.
Laura: Whoa. Chill with the coconuts already.
Josie: Okay, I guess that was too personal. (Awkward pause) um, so did you read the other book….
Laura: Oy with the poodles already! I just finished it Sunday.
Josie: I know. And the lampshades. What was your favourite part?
Laura: The part where the cheese is on broadway.
Josie: That was an amazing part. But I liked when the abacu Zombie was corrupting the popsicle lovers with the basket weaver.
Laura: It was so symbolic. Dude. My two favorite things. Zombies and baskets. No pun intended. But I gota say, my ultimate favorite was when the owl and the American flag got married.
Josie: I know. And where the sunling cupboards finally have an oven. I almost went rigid.
Laura: They’ve wanted one for so long! I cried.
Josie: Wow. I love that book.
Laura: I’m framing it and putting it on my wall.
Josie: I bought 2 each of the books and I keep them in an airtight container under my bed.
Laura: I’m sure the boogie monster appreciates it. He does enjoy reading.
Josie: Oh ya. Sometimes I hear him crying.
Laura: He probably spills his coconuts too.
Josie: All the time. And he leaves other childrens’ remains under my bed.
Laura: Gross. He should get a maid.
Josie: That’s me. He pays me 8 twinkies a feather.
Laura: Dude! That’s an amazing deal. Stick with it.
Josie: oh I will. And he lets me keep all the loose change and children. And then I sell them.
Laura: ooh! Good plan. White slavery is a good business opportunity
I still don't really know what we were talking about. But It was entertaining.