Sometimes I wonder how I became the crazy one.
I’m an addict.
I’ve been there. I understand.
NA doesn’t work for me.
You were never really an addict, then.
Maybe I should try Suboxone.
Can’t hurt to see if it will help.
I got a prescription.
You’re just replacing one drug for another.
I’m going to stop taking it.
You really shouldn’t do that without talking to your doctor and making a plan.
The plan is going to take longer than expected.
You need to get off that shit. You’re never going to get off that shit.
I heard some twisted statistics about welfare.
They should just cancel welfare altogether. Nothing but leeches.
I can’t contribute much to the bills.
Go down to the welfare office and see what they can do.
I’m tired and will do the dishes when I wake.
You don’t have to do them every day, just don’t let them overflow.
I’ll do them every other day.
You have to do these dishes! I hate coming home to this!
I’m in love.
I’ll always support you.
With a woman.
You can choose to be straight. Fucking freaks.
I bought Holden this awesome $3 toy.
He doesn’t need this much shit. You’re spending too much money.
It would be so cool to have a $500 used playhouse.
Here’s $2,000. You’re so good at finding deals and getting him great stuff.
I got an A on my paper.
You’re a smart, amazing woman.
It’s political. I took the liberal approach.
You’re young and ignorant.
I’ve been having emotional problems.
Nothing’s wrong with you.
You’ve been having emotional problems.
I want to see a psychiatrist.
All they do is force you to take pills you don’t need.
My doctor thinks there’s something wrong with me.
Hopefully that medication will help.
The medication is helping.
You shouldn’t be on it.
No need to wonder. It’s obvious. My father has turned me into my own contradiction.