Well, Nathan, I think the reason you keep having these conversations at work about why the squirrel hates you is because you keep bringing it up. And that's also why it hates you.It was a fun thing while it lasted. But that's how you have to look at it: something that was fun while it lasted. Move on. Stop calling the squirrel every week. Stop buying it little gifts and cards that say, "Hey, this made me think of you." And that drunken phone call that one time? Not cool, man. But don't call and apologize, for fuck's sake--don't even bring it up.Get over it. Move on. And stop bringing it up with your coworkers every other conversation. They were supportive at first, sure. But they're as sick of it now as anyone could be. I'm not saying this to be mean, I'm saying this as a friend who thinks it's time you buried the past and stopped wasting so much time pining when, let's face it, it was never going to be more than what it was.Move on. Life is short. And there are a lot of rodents in the park, if you know what I mean.
The squirrel, Nathan, is a lie.A tasty, tasty lie. hmmmmmm.
I'm sure that Nathan's plan is for the squirrel to think he's nuts....that's usually the best way to be to GET a squirrel to like you.
Guys, Nathan is the LOCATION MANAGER, not the director.
Thank you John.Sheesh!
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