D: Would it be OK if I slept in your room tonight?
G: Sure, buddy. Not in the bed, though. Upsets “She Who Must Be Obeyed.”
D: Yeah. I got it. The rug’s fine.
G: What’s the matter? Continue reading “Didi Dialogue – 54: It’s Alive!”
G: What are you reading?
D: Le tour du monde en quatre-vingts jours.
G: Bike race, France, right?
D: No, novel, Verne. Around the World in Eighty Days. Continue reading “Didi Dialogue – 53: Le tour du monde”
D: I don’t know how this happened.
D: Do you remember the accordion I ordered?
G: Boy, do I. Just got the bill–660 simoleons.
D: Well, instead of an accordion…
G: Yeah? Continue reading “Didi Dialogue – 48: Alhaiya Bilawal”
G: Kulfi, what in the world is that around your…your hips?
D: It’s my new kilt; do you like it?
G: Uh…no…er…I don’t know. Anyway, why are you wearing a kilt? Continue reading “Didi Dialogue – 46: Kulfi’s Kilt”
G: What are you writing?
D: An op-ed for the I-Jiffy-T-Poc.
G: The what?
D: The IJFTPOCC – International Journal for the Protection of Canine Culture.
G: Wow, like I didn’t even know dogs had a culture.
D: One Mississippi, two Mississippi, three Mississippi…
G: I’m sorry, Didi, forgive me. Anyway, what’s your piece about? Continue reading “Didi Dialogue – 43: Cultural Appropriation”
G: Didi, what are you doing?
D: Oomph…putting books by the door for the…puff…recyclable bin.
G: Here, let me help you. Whoa! This bag is heavy.
D: I know. I’m tossing out all my books written after 1914.
G: What? Wait. I take that back: Why? Continue reading “Didi Dialogue – 39: Library Pruning”
D: Can Beatrice, Butch, and I use the movie room tonight?
G: I don’t see why not. What’s up?
D: We’re watching a history of the Ballets Russes.
G: What? You three are into ballet? Continue reading “Didi Dialogue – 38: Movie Night”