New York: Hello?
York: Guess who, dude.
New York: I dunno, London?
York: Lon..Whaaaa?..Come on, man. It's your older bro-ski, York!
New York: Oh, hey man. How's it going?
York: Ha! How's it going, he says. I think you know how it's going, man. GREAT! I know you wouldn't know because you never visit
New York: Come on, I
York: but, things are awesome here. I'm still living in the mother land but, hey, since you're not here to help out anymore, somebody has to look after the place.
New York: Well, I'm happy to hear you're doing well.
York: More than well. Anyway-skis, you still seeing that lush little thing you lived next door to?
New York: You mean Brooklyn?
York: Yeah man, you guys still thinking about getting together?
New York: Ah, funny story, actually. We kind of got together a while ago. We even have a bridge together now a few bridges actually. And a tunnel.
York: Oh oh, ok. I guess my invitation was .?
New York: It was just a long way for you to travel, you know? I didn't want you to feel like you had to come.
York: No, totally. I probably couldn't have made it, anyway. I'm so busy, you know.
New York: Right. So, what's up? Do you need money or something?
York: HA! You think I'd ever ask my little bro for money? You're crazy. man. No, I'm done fine money-wise. I've got some new industries and stuff I'm really excited about, so that's all gravy baby.
New York: Good to hear. So, what's up then? I'm kind of busy these days, you know.
York: Get a load of this guy
New York: Come on, not aga
York: "I'm the cultural capital of the world. I've got a population of 8 million. I don't have time for my family anymore. Blah blah blah. Empire State building." Since when did you get so high and mighty?
New York: God man, when did you get so defensive? Are you feeling maybe a little threatened by my success? Because that's just ridic
York: Threatened? HA! I was the capital of Northern England, bud-ski. I was in a little movie you may have heard of Braveheart! Heard of it? Threatened, he says! Some brother you are.
New York: ME?! Did you so much as call when I was having problems six years ago? Huh? When I could've used a little help for once? You called four weeks later and asked for money. You didn't even bother to ask me how I was feeling.
York: Hey hey. OK, that was dick of me. No doubt-ski. Let's just forget it, OK?
New York: Fine.
York: Hey, remember when you and Mom and Dad had that big fight a while ago?
New York: When I wanted to move out?
New York: What about it?
York: Nothing, just like, man, that was nuts, right?
New York: Yeah. Well, gotta go.
York: Cool, cool. I'm probably gonna chill with Orleans tonight. You heard anything from his little bro? He lives over there, too, right? That dude used to PARTY!
New York: Oh, you haven't heard, huh? Orleans' little brother is kind of having kind of a rough patch right now. He could use some help, actually. If you want to volunteer you cou
York: Whoa, is that the time?! Oh jeez, I have to go to Scotland for like, oh man, I am late! Peace-skis, bro! Catch ya on the flip flop!