Ann: I’ve had it. Jim has got to go!
Milo: Go? He’s my best friend. I told him he could stay here until he got back on his feet. He’s not in your way, is he?
Ann: He doesn’t have to get in my way for me to know he’s in the house all the time. He snores so loudly I can hear him from our bedroom. He’s constantly hiccupping and wheezing, too.
Milo: Well, the guy can’t help it if he snores, hiccups, or wheezes.
Ann: But he can help snorting when he laughs and whistling all the time. And he constantly cracks his knuckles and it’s driving me up the wall.
Milo: Those are bad habits. You know it’s hard to break bad habits.
Ann: And what about his burping all through dinner and farting in the living room? That’s disgusting!
Milo: Okay, I’ll talk to him. I’m sure he’s not aware he’s doing most of these things. He’s always lived alone.
Ann: Really? I wonder why.
Script by Dr. Lucy Tse
Category: Health + Medicine
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