Mr. Met loves the comfy chair! He says it reminds him of the chair that Casey sat in.
One of Mr. Met's favorite pastimes is reading books. Last time we saw Mr. Met reading it was a physics book. What are you reading today Mr. Met? That's an unusual plain brown cover on that book.
MR. MET!!! What the...??? You and Mrs. Met been married how long and you're only now reading that book?
Where'd you get that book Mr. Met? Did Pedro give it to you? Is this one of his jokes? That book is old. And, look, it says the book can only be distributed upon a doctor's recommendation. Who ever heard of such a book? It must have some dangerous ideas.
No, I don't want to look at the pictures.
If that's what men are susceptible to, what about women? "Tweeds and tobacco and leather and shaving lotions".
Somewhat antiquated notions of what attracts men to women and women to men aside, the book offers factual and perfectly sensible information. My parents owned it before I appeared so it must have worked. It is pretty shocking to see that the book could only be distributed on advice of a physician. Even more shocking is the short chapter on abortion. The authors are firmly against it. Not for any right-to-life reasons but because abortions were so dangerous to the mother before Roe v. Wade.