“My twenty-something girl, whom I don’t like, has disappeared and I’m not handling it well.”
“But I’m your daughter too and I, together with your friends and family, want to help.”
“Yes you are, and I know you want to, but you all are not important. I wish my twenty-something girl, whom I don’t like, came back to me.”

(The twenty-something girl comes back.)

“I’m back, and my disappearance was a scam I thought up together with my father.”
“I like you even less now and I never want to see you again. I will give my family and friends some attention now.”

(a sample chapter of Lost)


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