WHAT THE f**k ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT?
I'm explaining how cats aren't going to like playing board games with you. Relax, this is all part of the process. I've got a flowchart here and everything. You've got a flowchart with a big block that tells you to expound on the history of game-playing animals?
I wouldn't say "expound," really. That was actually pretty concise. Oh God, they're coming at me.
OK, we'll move on to the next box then. Do you have a flashlight? What? Of course not. Who brings a flashlight to the zoo?
Prowlers, I guess. It was just a question.
What is it? I do have a flashlight. My smartphone has a sort of flashlight.
Shine it on the ground. See if the lions chase it. OK! They're ... sort of looking at it disinterestedly.
Oh man. What?
That's so sad. Cats normally love chasing these flashlights around. These lions have lost their animal spirits. That's a good thing, right?
For you, perhaps. Try pouncing on the flashlight yourself. Show them how it's done. I'm not going to show cats how to pounce on things. I think that would be the exact opposite of helping my cause.
"Dishelping your cause." You meant to say "dishelping your cause." I assure you that I did not.
Because "neghelping" isn't a word.
You have to pay a lot for a dictionary this unabridged, but some people find it worth it. _
Thank you ever so much for your help. You've been in fine form today. And look, the zookeeper's here now. I was saved entirely without your help.
Maybe. What? No, f**k you. I'm saved.
You may have your freedom, but do the lions have theirs? If they have no freedom themselves, can you truly be free? Yes. It's easily done if you're selfish.
And that's you, I suppose. Well then go on with the zookeeper, I guess.