Me: This traffic is bad.
Our logistician: No. Not bad, good. It means many people in Burundi have cars, and that they are rich -- not poor.
Me: But we know that's not true.
Our logistican: Yes, this is true.
(Really, a result of terrible -- I mean, more like no -- urban planning.)
The only thing that could make me laugh today.
Dedo: Oh, my god. I feel like I'm in a movie. I mean, this news . . .
Leah: I'm not dying. My dog is sick.
Dedo: Maybe we give him to someone, and don't tell them about the condition. Then we just won't know what happens . . . ?
Dedo: Come in and have a mango smoothie.
Leah: No thank you. I'm just going to go home.
Dedo: You're not going to go home and drink whiskey are you?
This is hilarious for many reasons. The first comment is Dedo responding to me telling him that Chauncey's breathing problems are probably pretty serious. As in, not able to be fixed in Burundi. As a result, I was pretty upset. But then this happened. And don't worry, despite Dedo's worries -- I am not at home drinking whiskey.
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