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I’m surprised there aren’t more stars around Darryl’s head, or a few birdies.
Sounds like my recent work trip – we had to carpool a lot, so we always double checked to make sure everyone had outlet access in whichever vehicle we were using.
This is why I’m glad my sister and I didn’t ride the bus usually. We get along pretty well now, but we sniped pretty heavily at each other as kids, and I’m sure something like this would have happened.
Short answer is, it depends on the radius/diameter of the bucket, I would think. If you have that, you can calculate how much volume a millimeter of liquid is, and then go from there.
Sounds like my godfather (who’s my uncle) – he never had kids of his own, so I think he liked being able to swoop in on occasion and tell my mom, “Sis, don’t even worry about it, I’ll take care of Kat’s stuff on this one.”
That’s cold, Zoe, even for you.
Yeah, that tracks. Once a dragon is dead, it’s dead. Hammie’s laundry has a way of being an immortal kind of problem.
I’m surprised Zoe isn’t casting herself as the princess – but maybe the plot will be that Darryl is the “dashing” knight coming to the rescue, so it’ll make more sense for Wanda to be his lady fair.
I’m trying to decide if it would be worse to hear “what did ya bring me??” or “hand over your phone” as the first thing to hear from my kid when I get home.
I find it’s a mix of what I know and what I wish I knew when I’m writing.