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Posted: Jan 10 2018, 06:44 PM
Dastan just smirked at her. "I'm ld enough to say 'you'll understand when you're older." A small pause and since she was sassy he'd play with sarcasm.
"And things like...
*Money doesnt grow on trees
*If you dont have anything nice to say dont say anything at all.
*The early bird gets the worm.
*You're too young to understand
*Finish your food. There are starving kids in Africa.
*You cant judge a book by its cover."
But then Dastan smiled oh so sweetly. "It could be worse though honest. You ready? I've got more-
*Back when I was a kid...
*'You'll THANK ME when you're older', Now OUCH Thats a hard one."
With a sigh, Dastan entered the room and closed the door behind him to take a seat. Was Harm likely to listen? No, at least not for the moment but maybe later on down the road something would stick. "It's important to find yourself yes. To not be afraid to ask out the cute boy...or girl, to try a sport you want to do even though other people say you suck at it. To figure out what you want to do in life. You're also supposed to learn to make good decisions, and 'good' decisions dont always mean the ones you /want/ to make but the ones you 'need' to make."
Posted: Jan 10 2018, 11:15 PM
Harmony sat heavily onto the couch across from her teacher resting her cheeks in her hands and her elbows on the coffee table. "The early bird? Really?!" Laaaame. "You forgot to sing a rousing song about working together or something. Look, I get it. You want me inside. I'll stay inside for risk free learning or whatever that was. But it's still lame, Roshan!" She left off his title because she hoped he could remember that before he was a professor he'd been a person. He knew that every thing he'd just told her was ridiculous and he'd gone right ahead and said it. God, why?
"I don't get it. It's like you know how to be cool but then you pull out the script from the worst sitcom dads ever and you try to be those guys. Be better than that. You could tell me what's bad out there. I'd probably listen."
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