Here is what I don’t get.
Most of us have seen Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, right. Synopsis: Poor boy from poor family dreams of winning one of five golden tickets, where he would get a visit to a mysterious chocolate factory and a year's worth of chocolate (or was that a lifetime supply).
He works hard "throwing newspapers" to give money to his family. His mother washes clothes for the family, and here we have the four grandparents, sharing a bed, and not contributing at all.
Ol' Uncle Joe has been in bed for 20 years, apparently crippled. Then Charlie gets a winning ticket, asks Uncle Joe (his favorite) to go with him, and he gets out of the freakin' bed. Does this make any sense?
I wanted to write more, and about something else, this morning, but I am spent. Just don't compare me to a used condom (spent, belongs around a penis).
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