So much stuff to break down in this transcript.
Do you think Stank Daddy’s songs are about the causes he says they are about or are they just about perpetrating violence against women?
Is it just me, or is a late night show where a coked up parrot reads funny news headlines a great idea, yet tragically, it can never be pursued because to get a parrot addicted to coke would be unethical?
Funny, I finished the first draft of this novel in June of 2017. The #metoo movement didn’t start until the fall. Perhaps I’m some sort of psychic who predicted all of this? Anyway, hats off to Natalie. With Walter’s help, she waited until just the right time and once the toilet gator story reached its zenith (so she couldn’t be taken off it) she let Kurt have it, exposing his pervery to the world.
Poor Little Kurty.
Plan B is on the move.
Look, I’m just going to say it. Cole being dragged in his undies by a rope attached to a fast sports car while being chased by a toilet gator is an awesome scene, begging to be turned into a movie. Hollywood, why you haven’t offered me a ton of cash money bling for this shit, I don’t know.
See you in hell, toilet gator.
Wait. What the hell happened?
Note that Cole went into this mission with Plans A, B and C.
If you didn’t figure it out on your own:
PLAN A = blow up the toilet gator with the prosthetic leg bomb.
PLAN B = hit the toilet gator with big rig trucks.
PLAN C= Shoot a missile at the toilet gator.
Always come up with at least three plans because your first plan may not work, and then you’re left getting dragged out onto a mall concourse in your underwear, hitting that remote button, telling the gator you’ll see him in hell and yet nothing happens.
Did you figure out what Cole was up to before this chapter?
What is Cole doing? Why would he plunge his leg into all that poopy water?
Where did Moses go?
Why won’t Felix talk just this once?
Here, gator, gator, gator…
Man, remind me not to eat at Fatty Burger.
Isn’t that always the way? Whenever you need something, someone is already using it.
I can’t count the number of times I have gone into a store seeking one item and sure enough, there’s always one doofus hellbent on standing in front of that item for three hours.
Ergo, there just had to be someone in the third stall from the left.
What is Cole up to?
Why is Cole being attached to the car with a rope? Any thoughts?
Admit it. You rooted for the toilet gator to eat the e-mail scammers, didn’t you?
I’m proud of this chapter.
There was a running buildup throughout this book. Why did Cole and Sharon get divorced? Why did Sharon leave that day?
Finally, we’ve found out.
Marriage is a great thing in many ways. In our minds, we think maybe it would be great to bed a new person every night. In reality, only a handful of celebrity multi-millionaires can sustain such a lifestyle and even then, I doubt it is satisfying. We are torn between wanting to wait a little longer and see if we can find that perfect mate and forging a partnership with someone imperfect who will forgive our imperfections and build a life together.
Sometimes our limits are tested when unexpected things happen. Time will go on and our mate might suffer one ill fate or another and not be as perfect as they were when we first met them. But that’s part of the deal. You stick with them because they pledged to stick with you and vice versa.
Do you think a little communication could have saved Cole and Sharon’s marriage in the first place?
Poor Professor Lambert. He’s been the unsung hero throughout this entire tale.
Do you think he’s really holding that bong for a friend?
#1 – Don’t chase that cream filled dragon.
#2 – All good things come to those who wait.