Whale Gets Sneaky

Whale is still busy catching up with Margot. After overhearing gossip from a friend from school that Margot has gone out on a date with a young guy called Tim, jealousy strikes Whale. So, he goes to her home and decides to eavesdrop on what is happening after one of their many dates that could soon spark off something “wonderful”.

Whale Talks About Amanda

Whale has met up with Margot after a very long time. He was out shopping at Tesco, when his food trolley collided with hers. Before you know it, Whale cannot help but be drawn to her, once more.
Whale: ……….Margot! I haven’t seen you in over a month! How have you been all this time?
Margot: (smiles) I have been great! You seem to have put on so much weight?
Whale: Huh? Oh it’s nothing! I just ate too much of apple pie, last night at Amanda’s!
Margot: Who’s Amanda?
Whale: This girl I’m seeing, since we broke up!
Margot: You have been seeing someone, since we broke up?
Whale: Yes, she’s a lovely girl! I met her through a friend and we instantly felt a spark!
Margot: Well, I haven’t…met anyone yet!
Whale: No way! You have been single all this time?……How?
Margot: I just…couldn’t find the right man to date, since our relationship fell apart.
Whale: I can’t believe it! And with that hot bod?
Margot: (blushes) Oh run along, now! What will Amanda say when she finds out you are complimenting your ex?
Whale: She will think nothing of it! I am simply complimenting a girl I have had such a past with!
Margot: We did have a great past, that we did!
Whale: Margot, baby!!! Don’t go! Do you want to meet up after we have finished shopping? Maybe we can have dinner tonight! Just as friends!
Margot: Sure….why not?
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Meanwhile, at the other end of the town Amanda is having a very thoughtful discussion, with someone she has admired for a long time now.
Amanda: I can’t believe, I finally got a chance to meet you! And so unexpectedly at the bookshop!
Bart: Oh that’s alright! I don’t believe we have met? Who are you?
Amanda: I am this…a waitress at a….restaurant. I have been a big fan of your work, for many years now.
Bart: You are a big fan of my copyediting?
Amanda: Yes! Whenever I see a book come off the Penguin label, I instantly know I will like it.
Bart: Oh! That’s……amazing! So, you work as a waitress?
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Whale and Margot are now busy having coffee at a local Starbucks. The two are feeling feelings that are new to neither, for each other.
Margot: So, how long have you been seeing this girl Amanda, again?
Whale: Oh my God! You actually remembered her name? You are so wonderful!

Whale Meets Hot Dog

It is Sunday. Whale has been anticipating this weekend for a very long time, infact ever since he moved home to be closer to work. Today is the day Whale is going to be getting a puppy for his home. So, off he goes to Borough, to get a new playmate for himself.
When Whale arrives at the shop, you can hear the sound of a bell jingle and a wooden door creaks open.
Shopkeeper: Yes!
Whale: Morning! I am looking for a puppy for myself and my home. I have wanted to get one since I was a child, and there has never been the right moment to do so, until now.
Shopkeeper: My! That’s a heartwarming story! We have many dogs in the shop. Why don’t you take a look and let me know, which you would want?
Whale: Alright! Oh My God! Look at all the hairy puppies! I think I would like a small dog. She can follow me everywhere I go. Let’s see which do I want!!! Oh look at that little poodle…it’s busy eating six carrots.
Poodle looks up at Whale and growls.
Whale: Lovely! I can’t wait to braid your hair!…Oh there is one right next to it, sleeping so soundly. Hello! (pokes the cage) How are you?…………………….It’s a Dachshund.
Dachshund: (opens it’s eyes and looks at Whale sheepishly). Hi!
Whale: GYAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!….Did you just say “Hi”?
Dachshund: Yes, I did! Is that exclamation a greeting for where you are from?
Whale: ……………No! I just got startled! I’m from Chelsea. Is that where your home is? Oh what am I doing! You don’t remember all of that.
Dachshund: I’m from a hunting pack of dogs. My family was especially skilled in catching foxes and working together with hounds, to please their masters.
Whale: ……….Yes, I would like this dog! (goes off to tell the shopkeeper)
Whale buys the Daschund and leaves the shoppe, with it in a brown paper bag.
Dachshund: (pops his head out of the brown paper bag) Oh it’s snowing. My cage was all the way in the back – the only view I got for the last few days, was of crop piles, for the horses.
Whale: You do not have to worry about that anymore, Hot Dog. It snows all around my house, during winter. I can also find you a nice spot to sleep on next to the fireplace, as I read.
Dachshund: Do you live alone?
Whale: Yes, I do. I have got no friends at all, aside from Ms. Bart.
Dachshund: What about your wife?
Whale: I don’t have any but I have been kind of seeing this lady Amanda, who adores chutney, poppadums and salsa.
Dachshund: Together?
Whale: Yeah! It’s filthy! I like the dishes on their own but never together. Have you ever had them?
Dachshund: Nope. I was only fed a diet of milk, tomatoes and oats. But never together.
Whale: I can whip up a mean milkshake myself, with strawberry.
Dachshund: Can you? I never had a milkshake. Just those pure milk, that the milkman would bring around to the place in crates of bottles. The shopkeeper kept insiting it was necessary for the puppies to drink a whole milk bottle every weekday.
Whale: …………..I grow strawberries in my garden. So, they will be seasonal too for fruity milk. You can play with them, as I make my delicious milkshake.

Whale & Bart…Gossip

Whale is sitting at the balcony on the second floor of the office, hungrily reading a tabloid. Bart notices this while running to-and-fro, from her office for emergency stationary, and stops for a second to chat.
Bart: What you reading?
Whale:…Huh? Oh Hi Miss Bart!..Oh nothing! Just Hollywood gossip!
Bart: Anything interesting?
Whale: Nah! Not really! I was looking at Leonardo DiCaprio’s past girlfriends and comparing them to those of Ryan Reynolds. DiCaprio went out with every actress/model/recording artist that was a hit in the ’90s.
Bart: Oh did he? He was that desperate to get laid, huh?
Whale:….Yeah! But Reynolds was something else…he got married three times already, and he’s like your age.
Bart: Oh that’s like the social protocol of Hollywood heartthrobs. They are a different species from the rest of us super-successful people, irrespective of whether or not you are a Hollywood star! They must get married young because they were unloved as kids.
Whale:……………Really? Is that why they made it? They could connect emotionally with the painful experiences of those in service-jobs?
Bart: Mmmmm! I think so yeah! I think we will be getting a round of “Put a ring on it!” from DiCaprio’s “latest squeeze” and her fans, soon!
Whale:…..Can’t wait for that wedding to appear on Hello!
Bart: Yeah, he’s just not posh enough for People.
Whale: Precisely. It’s because he’s crazy in love!
Bart: What else do you expect when your the “Baby Boy” of so many Kates?
Whale:…………….I loved it when he went out with Gisele. I never followed it but the photos seems to have captured the true essence of their young love: getting uglier by the day at the beach.
Bart: Yeah! He loves slender, athletic Brazilian bombshells!

Whale’s Antics on #TGIF

Whale has been busy working whole day today. It’s #TGIF and he cannot wait for the weekend to start so that he can kick back and relax with tea and a good book.

Whale is about to go back home, when he chances upon a scribble left by Bart on the window of the office space he shares, with his co-workers. He finds the animated illustrations fascinating.