Yeah, when people are still getting their feet under them in the tattoo business, they might pay to have a nice, fresh canvas for practice, but not if they’re several years into the industry like this guy is. Tattoos are worth big bucks if you’re getting them done right, and it’s clear that the friend on the left was just trying to score himself some free ink.
Blue wasn’t having any of it, however, pointing out that there are plenty of people who will pay him, which also lets him practice his trade. Thanks though.
It's Like a Ladder
Every episode builds upon the next one. You can't just start at who knows where in the middle and think that he'll understand all the nuanced character choices and political drama that's going on. Plus there's all the killing. Lots and lots of killing. Just, like, so much killing. Wait until he's six, at least. By then he'll be into “Spongebob Squarepants,” and that's pretty much just as violent.
Are there any other problems with that idea? Nah, we can't think of any. In the meantime, we recommend a white noise machine. They do wonders.
That One Kind of Friend
There are lots of worse people than this friend, who seems to have a never-ending number of requests about this or that or the other thing. Everything from adopting a cat to using someone as a job application even though they haven't seen each other in five years.
However, the constant asker seems to take all of the negative answers in stride. Is this an intentional tactic to deal with one of the many, many issues that this person has, or is it just him trying to get out from under all the work he has to do?
Let Me Just Order Some Sirloin for You Then
Unlike many of the conversations on this list, this example begins with someone reaching out to another and making a very generous offer. If you don't have anything in the pantry, then canned food and rice are going to seem like a godsend. Heck, just chicken and beans are enough for some people to get by.
It's not good enough for this person, however, who makes a face and then meows like a cat at the idea of eating canned food and rice. Sure, why not. Maybe this person doesn't have a can opener?
The Perils of Hooping
Two buds want to get up to some ball, but one of them doesn't want to have to bike to the court. He asks his friend (in white) to drive him, but White says he doesn't want to spend the extra money on gas. The friend in black takes umbrage with this as if gas was free and you could just have as much of it as you want anywhere.
White kind of goes off on his friend at the end there, and we can't say it wasn't warranted. If you're asking your friends for something, you have to accept that they might say no.