ELIOT: Dude, I don’t know what you’re complaining about, all right? I got us the bank. We’re in, we’re out and we get to go throw a worm in the water. HARDISON: All so you can go fishing in the woods. Man, I fish at the grocery store. I don’t see why I had to come. ELIOT: Because it’ll be good for you. When’s the last time you’ve been outdoors? (Hardison jumps) ELIOT: Hey, man! HARDISON: Man! Hey, man, did you see that mosquito!? That thing had a beak, man! (he sniffs the air) What’s that smell? ELIOT: It’s fresh air. HARDISON: I don’t like it.
Leverage; 3.07 - The Gone-Fishin’ Job
This is actually the second time Eliot tries to take Hardison to get some “fresh air”. Poor thing just wants some bonding time…Look at how happy he was at first and how he gets grumpier and grumpier at Hardison’s complaints.
The story behind this is we a played Halloween hide an seek in the dark. My brother took so long to be found that people were texting him asking him where he was. All he replied with was “spoop” and “14 inches flaccid”
When we found him he was blogging on tumblr. He got the prize of course.
Guys don’t encourage my brother it only makes him stronger
GUYS SERIOUSLY IF HE SEES THIS HE’LL COME TO MY HOUSE AND GIVE ME A JACKASS GRIN I SWE AA R
WHO TOLD HIM WHO TOLD HIM
CRAWLING IN MY SKIN THESE WOUNDS THEY WILL NOT HEAL