DZ- We're grown ups now, Nunki the cat.
It's time to leave home for good.
But first, we have to make a LIST. Am I trying too hard?
N- It's ok, I guess... But don't go too crazy.
DZ- Ok, first we have to pack...
N- I'm not sure if adults use toys to communicate.
DZ- True, but they love memories. And it will be out SECRET, like domestic violence or something.
N- Ok, pack some grown up stuff, like hats and cigarettes. Or newspapers and toilete brush!
DZ- I'll be lost without you...
We have to say something promising to mom, like
- For this money you gave us, I'll buy a car to drive myself to dentist.
Or - I'll propose to my doctor and ask him to prescribe me that tranquilizer that you're using.
N- Don't say that to dad.
DZ- I'm writing it down too.
Let's concentrate on problems, we have to come up with at least 2.
N- We lost our house keys?
DZ- No, we're not. But lying to ourselves sounds mature.
N- Stupid, but we have to act it out.
DZ- Next, for the trip - borrow, don't steal candies from my brother.
N- Boy, that sounds responsible. Let's retire tomorrow.
Dz- I hear you.
N- Make sandwiches, by-your-self.
Dz - Eat them.
N- Don't cry if you spit something on your shirt.
DZ- Yes, don't cry at all.
N- Don't pet me, we'll look suspicious.