— Ah! This is the life!
— No women!
— Just the guys!
— That’s actually how it is all the time, Hugo!
— That’s what I mean, Ivar! This is the life!
~ Shit! Today I’m up so early I could take public transit to work!
~ Hee hee, transit to work! What a funny, green little thought!
~ It won’t go away. What shall I do?
— Okay! It’ll be a duel! Kjell vs. train!
— This jacket isn’t bad.
— I’m afraid it’s a little too small for you…
— Bah! I’ve always worn size 50… Hnnnggggh!
— What do you think?
— Now, when I see it on you, you simply must buy it.
— Oh, yeah?
— Yes, you have no choice…
— Where are you going, Per?
— I’m going to the depot to get these chickens I ordered from Siberia.
— Are they Leghorn chickens you ordered?
— No they are those “Frost-proof Siberian chicks.” They can sit out through the whole winter.
— I am going to open the lid and see if they are all right.
— Yeah sure, go ahead.
— You’re right Per, these can sit out in the winter.
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