An Excerpt from "You Don't Want to Go For a Ride"
Submitted by tamara.harpster on Fri, 09/29/2017 - 21:05
A quick late night post, a passage from our book which explains the name.
He also talked a lot more than before, but he had problems with the correct usage of pronouns, especially "I" and "you." He constantly referred to himself as "you"–as in "you'd like to go for a ride"–when he really meant "I'd like to go for a ride." Another odd speech pattern he acquired was to say he did not want to perform an activity, when in fact he really did want to. For example, he would say, "You don't want to go for a ride now," when what he really meant was "I am ready to go out right now and drive around. Please take me somewhere."
Have a good weekend everyone!