Is it a man and a girl? It’s man and wife. No way! What I want to know is, why are they hiding behind the sofa? Is there a robber that would make them hide? They’re playing hide and seek. Yeah, that’s a good one. I’ve seen this a few times over the years. Are they playing a game? Yes. Someone must be in the house, and they’re scared. They look scared, so they must be hiding from somebody or something. A robber!
I hardly know them. They’re playing a game. I never thought of it. Well, maybe they dropped some glasses back there, and they broke. They look scared. Maybe they’re playing a game. Yes, it’s a game, because they got a new puppy, and they don’t want the dog to find them, so they’re not making any noise. But they look frightened. Look at their faces. They’re going to break out laughing. But with this puppy business, they’d better watch out or it might piddle all over them. Then it won’t be fun anymore.
They’re just two people behind a sofa, looking for stupid reasons to do it. They could be playing a game. The puppy is playing the game that they’re playing, and it’s a warm, cuddly puppy. Where is the puppy? Behind the sofa with them. Could be a cat, could be a dog.
They’re husband and wife. No, they don’t know each other. Maybe they’re trying to get to know each other. They’re looking at each other, but not directly. What does that mean? This is a first date, and they know each other casually. The babysitter has gone out, and they must come up with games for the children. There’s guilt all over their faces. They’re brother and sister. But they don’t look directly at each other. Why? They’re two silly people up to something. They’re up to their chins, if that counts. They’re trying to make someone laugh at them. Their expressions…they look scared. They look like they want to go away from each other. Looks like they don’t want to stay together.
She looks younger. Before I give her a name, I would need to see her again. It looks like a comedy movie. Her name is Francine. Her name is Bertha. His name is Joe. Who done it? Looks like he is up to something. You can tell by their eyes. It’s obvious they don’t know each other. It looks like he wants to run out of the place, and she does too. He likes her, and he’s not sure if he should ask her out. But she’s looking at him too, so maybe she likes him. They’re still awkward with each other. They’re not at ease at all. That’s because they don’t know each other.
There’s someone else home, and they’re hiding for a surprise. They’re pretty doubtful as to how the surprise is going to go over. That’s why they’re on tiptoe. There’s a young woman and man. They want to get acquainted, but don’t know how. Well, the woman is trying to look younger than she is, with that hair bow in her hair. She’s 40. She’s around 20. It’s not 40; I’ll say 25. I don’t like to say how old she is.
It’s behind a sofa, it’s someone’s home. They’re surprising someone—children, family—and that’s how they want to show them. Maybe someone is coming, and they’re surprised to see them. Well, that’s the surprise they’ve been thinking, but it’s not going to end too well. She could say to her husband, “There is someone in the house, and I don’t like it.” Either the man or woman is going to break the suspense and say, “Hi! Let’s get to know each other.” “Surprise! We are happy to see you.”
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