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The Last Throes of Summer and Real Life.
'The trouble with facing reality is you never know from which direction it's coming from.'
"I thought it was just one of those bad dreams, but apparently, honey, we have a kid."
"Donald is such a fatalist - he's convinced he's going to grow old and die."
'If you meet someone, fall in love and get married by the end of the summer, you'll get all of this for wedding gifts!'
The end is not near - so cope!
'You have to learn to face reality.', 'Can't I just sneak up on it?'
'Looks like the new head's taking a more pragmatic approach...'
'Why so glum?'
'Face it! You're no longer electable.'
'So, I told him, 'Reality is for people who can't handle drugs'.'
Romantic fiction section with titles based on lies.
"The problem with you, Stanley, is you're in denial but you won't admit it."
"This is my last session, doc. I'm thinking it's a pretty good time to be delusional."