>A lot of the issues with turnout have to do with the wrong date, apparently being used, on the advert. The trailer. I don't know, because I haven't watched it, frankly I'm embarrassed by everything that my assistant puts out, errm, but apparently she did get that wrong, and,
>a lot of people would kill for that internship.
>But anyway, I'm not gonna say anything more about that, other than I can replace her in an instant if I wanted to, err, I just haven't because I feel sorry for her, and err, hopefully she'll turn it around soon.
Does anyone else think that this passage has hidden meaning in it? "A lot of people would kill for that internship" and "I can replace her in an instant if I wanted to": maybe these are references to Rosebuds or even robots and the rest of 4chan)? "I feel sorry for her" is perhaps a genuine reaction to their pitiable disposition. I'm not sure about the wrong date in Part 1 and I doubt she actually intended anyone to turn up to that youth club. Or perhaps it was a poorly executed sting to catch desperate orbiters, who knows
>I really shouldn't have used that word. I don't know how it got into my vocabulary, it's just, it's just… I just find it so funny! And in that way it's buried deep into my lexicon and I can't get it out, and it's a real, you know… It's a terrible word, it think it might even be racist, I'm honestly not sure, but I just, I need to get it out of my system and I knew that it was gonna land me in trouble the way, the way it, theoretically was, just, spilling everywhere, but there was… I-I didn't get, I didn't nip it in the bud like I should have done. I'm asking for your help to help me get over this, to wean me off of it, to stop me using it and never use it again, and then, hopefully, you'll accept me back in, and, you know, I can move on.
>I hope you're willing, to, offer me that much after all the years, erm, so I'm gonna go and get the list and I'll… I'll read off these alternative insults, I suppose, that, err, I've come up with that maybe can be acceptable as replacements.
I also suspect that the aforementioned severely offensive insult is a euphemism for a common insult on imageboards