If you die, you can’t exactly have a relationship like mine and Donna’s, can you? Then again, who knows what heaven’s like? Maybe you’ll find a nice ghost who has awesome hand gestures like mine and waggles his ghostly eyebrows as he talks…
My relationship with Donna hasn’t always been easy. We started out as best friends, which both helped and made things more complicated as we transitioned into touching each other’s fun parts.
One of the most important lessons we learned, though, is to AVOID THE SILENT TREATMENT AT ALL COSTS. You heard that, right? AVOID THE SILENT TREATMENT…
I make a lot of mistakes. It’s in my nature. Donna makes her share of them, too, but we always talk out our misunderstandings. Fighting is inevitable, but our love for each other is like the Force. It surrounds us and penetrates us … and, okay, that just got dirty.
Anyway, the point is that if the one you love does something you don’t like—or vice versa—you have to talk about it. Don’t let it fester, or you’ll end up like Donna’s parents: not together.