I heard you.
You didn’t eat your breakfast.
I know. I’m hungry.
If you’d eat your breakfast you wouldn’t be hungry.
You threw it out.
I’m not bringing soggy Cheerios in the van. You wouldn’t eat them, and you’d make a mess.
The van is a mess Dad.
I don’t need soggy Cheerios on top of the mess.
Can we get a donut?
I want a donut.
You are out of your mind. No.
I’m not a bad guy. I’m a good guy. Get me a donut.
Stop the car! It’s donut time.
I’m about to feed you to a donut. We’re going to the place. We have stuff to do.
Look. I’m not giving up until I get a donut, Dad.
You have a Donut Dad. I am made of donuts.
I’m going to eat you unless you stop for a donut.
Keep your seat belt on.
Reach over here, I’m going to eat your fingers.
I’m going to feed you to a donut slowly.
You already said that Dad. You’re all talk.
Watch it bub.
I’m telling Mom.
I’m telling Mom you bought a watch.
You bast– you stinker. I’ve had this watch a year.
That’s a blue one. It’s new. Donut donut donut.
We’re near a Him Jortons.
No Dad, those are gross. I want a good donut.
OK but we’re checking out Kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson and you’re going to read THE WHOLE THING!
At The Public Perk, we have the good donuts, available til close. We have freshly made scones and cookies, too, and the best coffee cake you’ll ever put in your face. The coffee is freshly roasted every week at The Coffee Mess, and prepared by folks who know how to do it.