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How much farther?”

“Only about a mile or two.”

“Which is it a mile or two miles?”


“What? It’s two miles to the turnoff, and another eight miles to the house.”

“Fine. I’m going to sleep.”

“Suit yourself.”

“You act as if you don’t care.”

“Should I?”

“I suppose not.”
“You would suppose right.”

Who are they? Where are they going? Is it a man and a woman, two men or two women? Does the one that does not care simply want silence?

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