It’s a little difficult for us to parse the relationships going on here, but our best guess is that Lisa is the mother to Alexa, while Blue is the mother to Missy, who is most likely one of Alexa’s acquaintances. Thus, when it was discovered that there was a sleepover in honor of what we assume is Alexa’s birthday, Blue had to ask the tough questions for her daughter.
But, Lisa pointed out the obvious – Missy didn’t get an invitation, so one should assume that she…you know, wasn’t invited. Sorry Missy, you just didn’t make the cut.
Too Hot for Class
The human body should be running at a temperature anywhere between ninety-six degrees (Fahrenheit, obviously) and ninety-nine degrees. The optimum temperature, according to SCIENCE! is ninety-eight point six degrees. Of course, people are rarely that exactly, with most actually sitting in the ninety-seven-degree area.
If your temperature is above a hundred degrees, like this gal, you're probably sick, but you also probably already knew that. The kid she's texting must have gotten a little bit of information mixed up, assuming the thermometer was a pregnancy test. No, buddy, she has a fever, and she's not coming to class.
Be Sure to Check Out by Noon
Parents can sometimes feel like they aren't being appreciated. They feed you and clothe you and put a roof over your head (most of them do, anyway) and then you go out and spend all day with your friends. Some of them might just realize this is you learning your way in the world, but some of them can get sarcastic with it, as Papi has done here.
Trust us, he had lots more he could have said to his girl Harley, but being a good dad sometimes means knowing when you need to keep your mouth shut.
That's Some Expensive Coffee
It looks like we're missing a little bit of context for this exchange, but that doesn't mean it can't be wild. Did Blue ask White out on a date or something like that? Regardless, White responds with an eye-popping request. Three hundred dollars to meet for coffee! Whoever you are, there are people who do that sort of thing, and they don't have a very nice name.
Blue responded the way that all of us should respond – how about no. Maybe if White had asked for the coffee to be paid, that's one thing, but three hundred? Who has that kind of money?
Fancy Paint Job for Free
Blue has made a little side gig for herself, painting custom designs on shoes, and she knows what she's worth. It's a lot of work to make something look that good artistically, and something of high quality deserves recognition. She tells this to her friend, who balks at the price tag...and then goes on to insult the quality of Blue's work.
Blue very rightly tells her off, not only for refusing to pay the asking price but also for coming out of the woodwork after a year to ask for a lot of work for free.