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post #41 of 147 (permalink) Old 12-06-2012, 03:08 PM
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post #42 of 147 (permalink) Old 12-06-2012, 03:37 PM Thread Starter
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So HAP is still in charge of me, B?

Dammit!

Time for a progress report to see if HAP is worth of his fees.

How many times this week has your Mum said (in a sad voice) that she doesn't feel like she's going to get any grand children? If she looked down at the floor at the same time, we need to reconsider HAP's efforts. If she was holding a hanky as well, he's sacked already.

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My mom isn't much for crying. She's more of the yelling/demanding/hitting type.

So far, no black eyes, so I guess HAP's doing a passable job.

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My mom isn't much for crying. She's more of the yelling/demanding/hitting type.

So far, no black eyes, so I guess HAP's doing a passable job.

Just to be on the safe side, I think we ought to hold his pay until Mum is smiling, cooking and washing your clothes again. We will recommence payment when Mum keeps having little "get togethers" in which Mum's friends are parading their daughters for you.

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I guess that could work. None of their daughters ride scoots, though.

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That bit is going to have to come from your encouraging efforts. Just think how flattered a chic would be if YOU reco'd a lovely little Lambretta just for her. Deal sealer.

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How can I reco a scoot if you're holding my pay?

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When did we say you got paid? Can't have your cake and eat it too.

HAP is on a modest retainer plus commission for 1. Getting your Mum off your case by 2. Increasing your exposure to pretty, frisky chicklets. No result; no pay.

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