So, on top of his worries about the farm, his dad, and everything else, now you are telling him that you won’t be there for him? You expect him to be happy that his one source of comfort is leaving?
This might be wrong of me, but I see this as Lee rubbing his good fortune in Frank’s face. I know he probably doesn’t mean to be mean…and he did just get good news…but…I really don’t think he handled this well.
Aw geez Frank, so sweet and supportive despite the bad timing. If I were in that situation… not sure I could have handled that as gracefully.
this ist only the first half of what lee is saying – so handling anything is not yet over. besides: should he NOT go, and NOT be happy to achieve his own dream, and instead kill it and be just as unhappy as Frank is gonna be if he keeps on running that farm he only manages out of duty? I think Lee is trying to get Frank to consider alternatives. because Frank is so caught up in that familial duty-stuff that he’s not objectively considering his options.
– “And you know what? There’s this styling school in the same block… Someone might have sent their bf’s CV… Aand said bf just GOT HIS ACCEPTANCE LETTER TOO‼” Not even sure Frank would like either one of those news, being candidate without knowing & now being accepted (thus making the option more tangible…)
– “Aaw, Lee… Thank you… NOT‼”
DONT LEAVE HIM
WHAT THE HELL LEE YOU WERE BEING SO SUPPORTIVE HAVE YOU NEVER HEARD OF TIMING???? *disappointment*
I don’t know guys, I kinda have this underlying feeling that Lee’s tryna help out by finishing and lending Frank and his family financial support-
I don’t know, there’s a high chance I’m wrong here
Ok, Lee, don’t look so happy. Not yet, at least. Frank’s in a rough moment in his life. It’s ok to tell him the news, but if you look too happy, he’ll think you’re happy to leave him behind.
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