“When you bite the hand that feeds you,

“When you bite the hand that feeds you, don’t expect to be fed! Were you just born yesterday? Even baby snails know not to bite their feeders.”
“Baby snails don’t have teeth.” Nat said.
“At least baby snails don’t crap in their own home.”
Nat shook his head. “No, they take it with them. Great conversation we’re having Bro. I’m back home the first day, and we’re talking about baby snails crapping.”
“Glad to have you home, Nat, but no, we’re not just talking about baby snails crapping. We’re talking about not stabbing the back of those who cared about you, loved you, and even helped you.” – Lasting Summer by Kailin Gow, coming May 2014. Cover reveal in April : )

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