It started when two good friends, who also were work associates, began making plans for another trip to a foreign country.
One of them said, “Let’s take Mark with us again.”
Then the other man said in less than half a second, “Hold on, not so fast. I don’t care if he is your nephew; I’ve got a problem with him. Don’t you remember what happened before when we took him with us? He deserted us and ran home. No way. Not a good idea. He stays behind.”
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