he obviously has a bright future as a political commentator
Well done him. When he's older he'll have a good chuckle about that and feel that he was maybe the only true victor on that night of nights.
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Worm: It was pithy and incisive.Gadjo: I'd like to think so, old chap.z: It may be your last - I'm not sure we can maintain this level of achievement, not to say excitement.
Hearty congrats, but do be careful about praising him too effusively. He might conclude he has reached the pinnacle of success and decide to retire, or, even worse, expect a similar celebration each time through to his eighteenth birthday
Yes, he'll never be so readily and effusively praised for such simple acts ever again. Childhood is a joy.
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