"He's my man," said Tiffany Erickson, the estranged love of Smeath's life. "He used to write the stories, now he is in the stories and that is fantastic...but regardless of his many victories he will always be the eye candy with a heart of gold that used to sit two desks away."
ps. I dont really think you are estranged. It was just a newsy term that I though would be fun to try on for a minute...
Doug,You're, like, totally quotable, and that's, like, awesome. And, for sure, they wouldn't be able to, like, quote me because, I, like, talk like this. For sure. Totally. Keep up the good work.
"I didn't see anyone thinking Erickson and Smeath were having an interoffice affair. It was NIELSON-STOWELL AND SMEATH," said Nielson-Stowell, who has already called sleeping in Smeath's bed on a future D.C. trip. "But seriously," she added, "Smeath sounded extremely intelligent and on point in his quotations."
OFFICIAL STATEMENT FROM YOUR FORMER WORKPLACE:The paper had no knowledge of these alleged affairs. Had we known, editors would not have followed Smeath's seating chart.
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