There’s two guys on the beach facing the water.
Jim: I really like the beach.
John: We have a lot of memories here.
Jim: Yeah, like that time those kids threw all of our stuff in the water.
John: That’s not a good memory.
Jim: I know, but I remember it very well.
John: Anyway, I have something that I wanted to ask you.
Jim: I have something that I need to share too.
Jim: I’m blind.
John: Well, that’s, ah, that’s a shock! What about all of those movies you saw?
Jim: That was just an act.
John: Okay. Well, we can still be friends.
Jim: I didn’t expect us to stop being friends.
John: Yeah, okay, um, well I wanted to have permission to marry your sister.
Jim: I don’t know. You’re a recovering alcoholic and marrying someone is a lot of responsibility.
John: I know, but I’ve been sober for three years know.
Jim: Oh, alright.
John: Yeah! Thanks. You know, this will be my first marriage ceremony, and that’s a big deal for a reverend. That’s when we really earn our collars.
Jim: Remember how we used to play cowboys and Indians and you were always saying the prayers at the funerals?
John: And do you remember how we used to play house and I’d come in and say you were living in sin?
Jim. I was always bumping into things!
John: And remember that time those kids threw out clothes in the water!
Jim: I don’t know why you keep brining that up.