It would be to have them, I guess. No rush. I still have mine. Don’t buy anything just because you want one.
One of many reasons why baby talk makes me nervous. Um, yeah, but I thought we were talking about Rachel asking Joey and Ross to be her backups when Phoebe had already secured both of them.
He just needs to kick his leg when you scratch behind his ear. Not that I would ever scratch him there.
Baby talk is obnoxious and ridiculous and annoying and I want to punch someone in the throat every time I hear it. Well I guess that one works too. Maybe like a mix of the two, on account of how Rachel kept saying that she would’ve said yes to anyone.
Yeah, no, don’t. That would be awkward and weird.
I should’ve said fossils. They’re much more reliable, too. Mad respect for them. Great. Like I said, not a time for anyone to go without means of communication.
Living dinosaurs are so much cooler than dead ones though. Going phone shopping tomorrow, so I may or may not be giving it back tomorrow.
As long as you don’t mind dinosaurs - the one I have should hold you until you can get a fancy new one. It’s always good to keep them around as a back-up plan. I’ll look for it before class and leave it outside your door.
Everyone says dinosaurs are childish but they seem to forget that most of the dinosaurs would crush their skulls between two claws. Doubt the new one will be that fancy, it’d break even easier than the one I just lost. But yeah. It’ll do.
…Giving birth does not sound like a very pleasant image. And I think it happened in an altogether different episode - Rachel woke up to it when Monica and Chandler were well on their way to getting married. So this was pre-birth.
He lets me curl up against him and watch Cupcake Wars, as long as I pet his hair. Or keep food around to distract him with. Beats being alone by a long shot.
Didn’t mean for it to sound so. No, Joey definitely accidentally proposed to Rachel using Ross’ ring after she had Emma.
I swear to God that boy is like a puppy sometimes. Cuddling, playing with hair, obsession with food, the signs are all there.
Man, I’m sorry. That’s tough. Do you have an old, forgotten phone somewhere? I could probably find the remains of one for you to use in the meantime. Going without is just not an option these days.
No, the only old one I have only holds battery for like an hour and a half, and that’s no good to anyone. Yes, do that. I practically live on my phone, a replacement is crucial.
We were watching Friends. I’m impressionable. I was probably too sleepy to say no, too. At least we only shook on it.
It kind of really sucks when I’m home alone, though. Sometimes you get used to him being all over the place, bringing you food and stuff. Mostly just company. But I guess his mental health should come first every now and then.
So basically he was Joey and you were Rachel after giving birth. Pleasant mental image.
Take advantage of the quiet. With Nate around all the time you don’t really get that so treasure it.
Phones these days are just not as great. My last one broke after three years of near-constantly dropping it. And, even then, it succumbed to a software issue. Was it expensive?
It wasn’t an iPhone or Android or Smartphone or anything. And I’ve only had it for a year. And now I don’t even know when I can get to a phone store.
But… Well, thirty is the deadline before I end up married to him. I guess it could sound like some last, desperate thing. And I am hoping to be happily retired from ballet by then.
Anyhow, he disappeared when I gave up and went to sleep, so I’m guessing he went home for a bit. He’s less interested in sticking around once Gabe’s here.
Ew. Why would you marry Nate? It does sound desperate.
Sounds like something he would do. He’ll be over it in a few days, he just needs to wallow.