The Dakota Winters
A NovelBook - 2018
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We ordered two-pound lobsters and hush puppies and buttery corn on the cob. The waitress did a double take and then tried to act normal. She asked if we were locals, and I said we were.
"Where's your accent from?" she asked John.
"Spain," he said.
"I thought it sounded European," she said.
"Some people think it sounds British, that's because I once spent a summer in England," he said. Funny people Englanders. Such funny ways of saying things."
"My uncle lived for a while in England," she said.
"How were his gums?" John asked.
"Oh, to be a dentist in England."
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