23. We both screw people for money.

Мы оба трахаем людей за деньги.

Vocabulary 23

broccoli [‘brɔkəlɪ]  брокколи, капуста спаржевая
creature [‘kriːʧə] создание, творение, существо
downstairs [‘daun’steəz] вниз (по ступенькам; здания)
emotional [ɪ’məuʃənəl] эмоциональный; возбуждённый, взволнованный
except [ɪk’sept] исключая, кроме, за исключением
half-way [ˌhɑːf’weɪ] на полпути, наполовину
involve [ɪn’vɔlv] погружаться, увлекаться (чем-л.)
irrelevant [ɪ’reləvənt] неуместный, не относящийся к делу
lay [leɪ] лежать
lean [liːn] наклоняться; нагнуться
maniac [‘meɪnɪæk]  маньяк
miss [mɪs] скучать, не хватать
numb [nʌm] онемелый, оцепенелый, неподвижный
recap [‘riːkæp] краткое повторение
rescue [‘reskjuː]  спасать
robot [‘rəubɔt]  робот
screw [skruː] прикручивать; обмануть (кого-л.); трахать
similar [‘sɪmɪlə] (similar to) подобный ; похожий
total [‘təutəl] весь, целый; общий
trick [trɪk] обман; трюк, фокус
trouble [‘trʌbl] беда, неприятность, горе
turn [tɜːn] поворачивать
vegetable [‘veʤətəbl] овощ
while [waɪl] пока, в то время как

making me very nervous – заставлять нервничать
he’s in trouble – у него трудности, проблемы
veg out – расслабляться, отдыхать
for a while – на время

1VIV: Edward? Edward, you said you never come out here.
  2ED: Well, I’m only halfway out.
1VIV: Didn’t say much in the car on the way home. You thinking’ about dinner? I was a maniac. I mean, the business was good, I think. You know? He’s in trouble. You want his company. He doesn’t want to let it go.
  2ED: Thanks for the recap.
1VIV: The problem is, I think you liked Mr. Morse.

  ED: What I’d like for you to get down from there; you’re making me very nervous. Please come down.
1VIV: It’s making you nervous? What if I just leaned back a little bit like this? Would you … would you rescue me if I fell?
  2ED: Vivian, I’m serious. Come … I’m not looking.
1VIV: It’s really high. Look, no hands, no hands ! Okay, all right. I’m sorry.

  2ED: The truth is, it really is totally irrelevant whether I like this man or not. I will not let myself become emotionally involved in business.
1VIV: I know. Kit’s always saying to me, ‘Don’t get emotional when you turn tricks.’ That’s why no kissing. It’s too personal. It’s like what you’re saying: You stay numb, you don’t get involved. When I’m with a guy, I’m like a robot. I just do it. I mean, except with you.
  2ED: Oh, of course, not with me. You and I are such similar creatures, Vivian. We both screw people for money.

1VIV: I was sorry to hear about your dad. When did he die?
  2ED: Last month.
1VIV: Do you miss him?
  2ED: I hadn’t spoken to him in fourteen and a half years. I wasn’t there when he died.
1VIV: Do you want to talk about this?
   2ED: No.

1VIV: Well, I tell you what, ’cause I got an idea. Let’s watch old movies all night. We’ll just veg out in front of the TV.
  2ED: “Veg out”?
1VIV: Yeah. Be still like vegetables. Lay like broccoli.
  2ED: Look, I’ll tell you what. I’ll be back. We’ll do broccoli tomorrow.
1VIV: Where are you going?
  2ED: I’m going downstairs for a while.

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