T Fox: It started so well, didn't it? On Saturday I went to the shop to buy another box of the White Choc & Raspberry Biscuits. And I was happy, just looking at the red box. At least I didn't think about Internet. Well, maybe just a little bit. I was thinking should I tell everyone I think they are the best cookies ever made, but then again, I thought, who would care if I told anyone, so I just decided to give the money and go away. But when I was standing there, the coins on my hand, it all started to go wrong...
Dr U. Bonce: Yes, go on...
Cashier: It's 2.49.
T Fox: Are you here.
Cashier: Yes, I am here.
T Fox: No... Here you are.
Cashier: Yes. I am here.
T Fox: No, I meant "here you are", but I said it in the wrong order. It's too tricky when you can't moderate your comments in real life.
Cashier: In real life?
T Fox: Yes, here in the real life, not in the new blogger, which is actually much nicer than most of them say, you know, there is that very handy Add and Arrange Elements- section, which I like a lot, because basically I just like to click and drag, you know to rearrange elements on my life or smoething like taht.
Cashier: Smoething like taht? Where are you from?
T Fox: Where is the spell checking when needed?
Cashier: I'm not so sure if we have any spell checking. Did you check out the flour section?
T Fox: I'd like to delete this.
T Fox: Control alt delete.
Cashier: Sorry, I can't speak any Latin.
T Fox: Bloooog!
So there I was, standing on the icy car park, alone and blogless...
Please Doctor, can I write something small? No? Not even a meme?
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