This is the sort of book where my partner and I have to text each other to be sure we didn't both buy it on the same day. And yes, I do work at the store, but it's still a race. You might think I should win this race easily, but he beat me to it.
Tonight is going to be difficult because we're going to have to take care of our own child, pretend we're both adults and try not to fight over who gets to read this comic first.
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