"It’s something to pass the time."
"Again, why would you pass the time doing something so frivolous when you could do something productive."
I do not wish to be isolated. I simply like smaller crowds. Easier to speak with everyone.
I think you are correct. It seems the Earhart women stay young. What about yourself?
"I suppose that would be better if you actually enjoyed conversation with others."
"Do I stay young? I think that has yet to be seen, seeing as I am only twenty-eight."
Reading, dancing, singing, sleeping, painting? The possibilities are endless.
Oh, I’ll never grow old. It’s impossible. Have you seen my mother?
"Yes, but how would you know how to dance or read or paint if you had been isolated your entire life?"
"I’m sure I must have at some past party. Even if you manage to age, I’m sure you won’t lose your beauty."
"There’s one thing I hate about these things." Lauren shook the magic eight ball one more time. "The damn Unsure shake again option."
"Then why bother wasting your time with something so trivial?"
"I don’t think it’s fair to say something doesn’t hold importance when it could very well hold importance to me."
"Well is it relevant to voice your opinion out loud if it holds no importance to anyone but yourself. You could simply save everyone else the trouble of your pondering and keep it inside your head."
We have different ideas of fun.
They’re not tykes, they’re children. Anyway, I haven’t started yet.
"How would you have fun all by yourself?"
"My apologies. Well, hopefully they won’t be too much of a terror. I’d hate to see that beautiful red to go grey."
No, I simply mean shouldn’t you come to socialize?
"Socializing can be fun. After all I’m a business man, remember? Enough attention on me though, how is tutoring the little tykes?"
I’ll take a wine cocktail.
I thought you were a business man?
"Coming right up."
"I am. Does that mean I’m not allowed to have fun?"
Yes you may.
So are you here just for fun?
"Brilliant. What are you drinking tonight?"
"I’m always here for fun, darling."