Jason, it was only our entire school life, from kindergarden through high school, and even a little longer than that. You either never had lied to me, or you were lying the whole time, either way isn’t so good or nice. What did I do in return? I asked for a reason and then acted like a little baby and pouted. Unfortunately, it was the end of our friendship…
Throwing away 12-plus years for the reasons, for any reasons, would be wrong. I know that at this point in life, but another 20 years has already gone by.
I remember when we would hang out in the back of your uncle’s El Camino and pretend we were dead… laying in the back of an old El Camino with a leg or arm hanging out, along with being in a top 20 safest city in the United States while we were on a cul-de-sac — probably not our most dangerous stuff.
It’s an odd thing, after I grew up I bought the house I was brought up in and you grew up and I’m assuming you just sort of took squatters rights to your folks place. Of course, I’m probably not correct, but I might be. You wouldn’t be the first in your family to try that technique.
Speaking of, have you been working on your truck lately? I remember one of our debates, that you didn’t need to warm up a 350 Chevy small block for 5-10 minutes before driving. I see the truck is still in front of
your folks your house, is it because it doesn’t run or because it’s still warming up?
You borrowed $75 from me (even if it wasn’t my earned money). You never paid me back, doesn’t that bother you? You weren’t allowed to sell the other truck at your house in order to pay me back. Why? Your dad made it clear to me that you were not then, nor would you ever, be in posession of that truck, what would you do? I guess it’s best the lies ended at that point, as we both had some growing up to do.
Now you live about 3 minutes walking distance from my house, like you use to. We live so close that it would cost us more money to start our cars to drive over than it would be to actually drive, well, unless you decided to warm up your truck for another 10 minutes before moving it in the 90F degree weather in SoCal.