“How did the bid go? Did you sell your child’s misfortune well? Will it bring you a bigger fortune now?”
“Mommy, where’s daddy? Is he out in the jungle?” “Yes dear.” “Sometimes I wish I was an animal so that I see more of daddy in the jungle.” “No sweetie. No, you don’t want to be near his big fangs.”
“Mommy, what’s wrong with me?” “You’re sick, sweetie pie!” “What’s my illness?”
In the name of Ferrari, Samsung, and the haloed spirits. Amen.
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