Hmmm, a subtle plot to rule the school once more. I can get behind that.
Maybe I would be able to give good guidance, don’t you think?
I think so. You’d know how to handle and help the students since you were one yourself not too long ago. So that’s already a plus.
Both of those would definitely be viable options. I’d probably go visit her though. I miss the city and I need a break from this town.
I THOUGHT YOU WERE SIBERIAN.
Maybe Rach can learn it and you can both speak doobly-doo and it’d be nice.
You thought…oh my god, Sam, it’s been over a year.
I suppose so. Serbian’s not exactly a romantic language though. It’s not like French or Italian with all those flowery vowels.
Well, to them you make noises.
How does that feel, huh? You making noises? You make noises when you speak that doobly-doo language.
That “doobly-doo” language is Serbian, Sam.
But if everyone else just hears it as noise, I don’t really mind, I guess.
I would hope so; it’s been quite awhile since we’ve seen each other, after all.
Dimitri, animals talk. Maybe not like us and maybe not in your foreign speak, but they talk.
I know that they make noises but I never really likened that to ‘talking,’ more of just…making noises.
Yeah, she’s quite the keeper, if I do say so myself. I think I…what’s the phrase? “Hit the jackpot”?
What does the fox say?
I wasn’t under the impression that foxes could speak.
What does the fox say, anyway?
Perhaps I can help Emma with the whole…guidance counselor thing this year.
By ‘help’ I’m assuming you mean ‘take over.’ I don’t think the kids here have had much guidance in quite awhile.