dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,
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Rube Infinity: Meet The Dead Man

As I said long ago, I suspect that Elly is destined to spend the actual winter of her life as a cantankerous burden to the child who deserves to be imprisoned with a shrill, ungrateful old biddy hen not at all. This is because I believe that if John hasn't managed to die in the last twelve years, he hasn't got much longer to live anyway despite coming from a family that regularly lives to an impossible old age.

The reason why is, sadly, very simple and as plain as the gin blossom on its stupid face: years of living with Elly's corrosive nagging and pea-brained huffiness have already hollowed him out from the inside out and created a mere puppet meant to impose her will on the world. With no one around left to scream into shape, John himself will become the focus of her yapping and it will be the end of him.
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