Yeah! They’re like way too big rats or something. Oh, Katniss and Finnick are my close seconds. But I like Johanna, and Peeta, too! The character everyone cares about, but I just never grew to love is probably Prim. And I don’t know if I should feel bad for that.
I’ll be honest, I read about half of the third book while I was working before I decided to just close it and read something else and look up the ending. It was a disappointing ending to such an interesting series. I felt, I dunno, kind of let down by the end. Though, what happened to Prim made me laugh, as terrible as it sounds. It was just so - ironic, for lack of a better word for Katniss to sacrifice herself to save Prim only to lose her anyway. It felt cheap to me. I also have an English degree and I’m not putting it to any real use anywhere else so i choose to over analyze popular novels to the point where they fall apart critically.
Yes, they are! They’re more lions than dogs. Golden Retrievers are great, yes. And I also love Huskies. But all dogs are just wonderful, except for Chihuahua’s. I don’t know, I just find them really weird and way too small for me to be comfortable around them. Yeah, a big one. It’s my favorite series and Haymitch is my favorite character.
Chihuahuas aren’t dogs, I’m convinced. They’re just - they’re annoying and yippy and they shake far too much. Haymitch is a great character to like. I’m a Johanna Mason and Finnick Odair fan myself. I never really cared for Katniss or Peeta though, unfortunately.
That’s good. Hm, I don’t know why, but it makes sense. Hemmy sounds really cute. I always wanted to have a dog, but I couldn’t quite fulfill that wish yet. I want a Leonberger and call it Haymitch Abernathy, but I don’t think my apartment is big enough for such a dog.
Leonberger? Those are the giant fluffy ones, right? My house, well, the place I rent, is far too small for a dog that size. My dream dog is a Golden Retriever because my neighbor growing up had one. They’re great dogs. As for the name Haymitch, are we a Hunger Games fan then?
That sounds much more sane. Did the poor puppy eventually get over the trauma of getting clean then? And why did you call your dog Hemingway?
He’s alright now. A little shaken up but he’ll be alright. I named him Hemingway because my favorite author is Hemingway - well, it’s a three way tie between Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and Joyce but I felt Joyce was too girly, Fitzgerald wasn’t right for a pug, and Hemmy was just right.
If I were a dead author, I probably wouldn’t like to bathe as well.
You’re quite funny, no, not the author. That’d be a challenge and definitely disgusting. My dog, Hemmy.
I gave Hemingway a bath today. Let’s just say he didn’t appreciate it.
A whole lot of nothing. Waverly’s got a lovely atmosphere, but that’s just about everything.
It looks nice and pretty like inside a snowglobe but once you get here you find a whole lotta nothing. ‘S why I’ve been looking for jobs outside of Waverly.
Is that right? I haven’t seen you with red hair since we were in uni.
Yeah well, I’m feeling a change coming on Willy boy.
Thanks. Feeling’s mutual.
Besides growing a lovely head of hair, what has the famous Mr. Greene been up to?
Thanks. I grew it myself.
Very impressive, Mr. Greene. It’s fantastic.