On odd pets and limits.

“Miss, I have a watermelon for a pet.”
“Okay.”
“It’s green.”
“Is it a big watermelon or a small watermelon?”
“A small one.”
“So you wouldn’t have to check it when you get on a plane, it’ll fit in one of those little carriers.”
“Exactly! See? Miss V— gets it.”
“But the real question is whether it’s seedless or seeded.”
“Oh, seedless, that way we wouldn’t have to pay to get it fixed, and still wouldn’t have to worry about litters of baby watermelons running everywhere.”
<laughing> “Okay, yeah, that’s my limit.”
“You lasted a lot longer than all my other teachers, Miss. Good job.”

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