Do you want to go with them? No. That will not be necessary. For you are a man of self reliance, a man of great ability, a man whose mother is currently warming up the car to take him. So you, you describe, do not need to rely on anyone so long as mom is here with the car. Thanks though. Claire shrugs her shoulders.
"I'm a man." You say, turning around. You take a few steps towards the house before you begin hearing your sister laugh. Fine, let her. Claire knows how great you are. But now it's time to get in mom's Honda.
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