So Pat was out and about when he should have been buying us trout. But I guess since Miss Priss is so dainty at our sea, I will have to suffer because of she. Anyway, he went to buy some mundane thing that isn't worth giving a ring. The cashier was all nice and cheery to the extent it was eerie. It was like a cheery Flappy and just as yappy.
Are you on our mailing list?
No, that I must have missed.
You can sign up now.
No, I'll get by somehow.
But you get perks.
No, to the works.
But there is a free gift.
No, that's too much to lift.
You could get 20% off.
No, go dunk your head in a horse trough.
You really must sign up.
No, but I'd like to know what's in that coffee cup.
You will love it.
No, you damn nitwit.
It's to die for.
I can't believe you said such an encore.
You can save lots of money.
No, your painted on eyebrows look funny.
It will only take a minute or two.
How many damn times do I have to say no to you?
You can take the form and come back.
No, stop causing me flack.
Isn't email just so easy to use.
Hmmm I suppose for you it could confuse.
That will be such and such a price.
Watch, you'll have to say that twice.
Do you have a dime?
No, is that a crime?
It would make it easier to count.
Wow, you act like it is a high amount.
You could sign up while I get your change.
No, you are truly out on the range.
One of these and this one needs two.
Do you want me to wait while you take off your shoe?
And this should be the right.
Don't care after such a plight.
One, two and three makes it.
Wow, and you act like you're such a hit.
Are you sure you won't sign up and show some love?
Take your list and give it a shove.
Besides Pat's last line the rest of his was embelished by the feline, as I had to make them rhyme. But hers was spot on, including the dime. She acted like that sign up list for the damn store was the end all and be all forever more. God knows what would have happened if she had to use the debit machine. Probably would have been a whole other scene. Pat tried his best not to give sass and he did last longer than I would have with my little rhyming ass.
Fill your rummer, get drunk all summer.