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All of our friends had left us, and we were both stuck there. I mean Napa Valley of all places but that's basically how Carlos and I met.

I'm very happy to meet you. Also, I'm finished.

Oh my god! No, Grandma. Carlos is not a busboy. He's my boyfriend. I'm so sorry.

It's OK. She grew up during a different time.

Tell him to start mowing the lawn by the pool so it will be quiet for my nap.

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This person is what?


Our gardener?

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I'm perfectly fine. Thank you for your concern.

You're so articulate.

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