Oh, I remember this French restaurant. I’m glad it’s still here.
When did you eat here?
Probably 17 years ago. This is where I proposed to your mother.
You proposed to Mom over a French dinner? How romantic, Dad!
And you know what’s even more romantic?
I gave her a bouquet of red roses before I popped the question.
Oh, that’s so sweet!
Hi, Gary. Your door was open. I hope I’m not disturbing you.
Helen, hi. No, of course not. Have a seat.
What are you doing? There are so many bits and pieces everywhere.
I’m making a drone. My hobby is making drones with bright lights. I like flying them at night.
But somebody may see it and think it’s a UFO.
Who cares? “UFO” doesn’t mean it’s an alien spaceship.
Right. It just means “unidentified flying object.”
Bob, you’re an art expert, right?
Well, I went to art school, so I know a few techniques.
I bought a watercolor painting on the internet, and I want to get your opinion.
Can I see it?
Sure, here it is. It’s a painting of a scene in Copenhagen.
It’s not bad, but this picture was painted by an amateur. I can tell.
I paid $1,000 for it.
$1,000? That’s definitely too much.
So, how did you like the experience, Nelson?
It was fun, but I didn’t realize planting rice was such hard work!
You look exhausted.
I’m OK, but my back is a little sore. I’m not used to using these muscles.
Me neither. Most people do it with machines these days, but my family prefers the traditional hand-planting method.
It’s good to preserve such traditions, but it’s definitely not good for my back!
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You looked excited.
I am. Do you remember Zo Zoo? That was where we kissed for the first time.
I think it’s a good idea to go there again. How about this weekend?
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Hey, what happened? You look frustrated.
I bet you’re having a problem with the computer again. You know you can always ask me for help. Let me take a look.