"Wow, I really don’t think you could sound anymore like an adult than you do now! Oh I highly doubt that, but it’s definitely not a loss in my book."
"It comes natural to me. I’m a teacher so…Good keep that mind set throughout your life."
"Oh great. That probably won’t be happening anytime soon."
"Anyway, what are you stressed about? Is it okay for me to ask my teacher that?"
"Only hard work will pull everything through. I’m just being lazy."
"It’s my other job. You don’t need to worry about that. It’s fine. What are you doing here on your lunch period. I’m sure you should be doing teenage things."
"Um, last time I checked, alcohol smells awful! I don’t know how you adults drink it but to each their own."
"You learn to deal with it. You’ll see when you get older."
"I know the feeling. Does it ever go away?"
"It only goes away when you deal with the problem that causes it."
"I doubt drinking is going to fix anything."
"It may not fix anything but, it feels better. Not that I condone underage drinking."
"Overly stressed with everything."
"What kind of job does one do in someone else’s house?"
"I don’t think that’s much of your concern. I had a meeting."
"The name’s Skylar Jones."
"And you are?"
"Conner Reed. Nice to meet you."
"You don’t have to. Go, I mean. I actually had a question about the homework you assigned. I was just going to give up and not do it but since you’re here…?"
"That doesn’t sound like a great idea, I’m sure your stepfather wouldn’t be too happy about his stepdaughter’s teacher around her outside of school.. But what’s your question?"
Tate. I’m sure you’ve heard the name if you know anything about Westfeild. Business? Who are you?
"—Yeah I work there. Your last name’s not Langdon is it? And my name’s Conner, I’m here to see the accountant."