By H.L. Pauff
Category: Short Fiction
Joe worried he’d find the house on fire. Instead, it was immaculate.
“Fantastic for your first day alone,” he told Reginald.
“Pleasing being satisfy you,” the robot said.
“…We’ll work on your English.”
Can Reginald visit my house? Improper English isn’t a problem at all
*hahaha* This totally cracked me up! Wonderful!
clever work-in with just the dash of fun
Amateur Tony Stark I see…
How’s the suit coming up?
Great response to the prompt. Like Janna, I don’t mind improper English!
They never can get the English right. They scrimp on the important things
Why am I suddenly so worried about Joe? Great post HL!
Lol. I could use a good robot!
I’m hoping Reginald knows the Three Laws of Robotics . . . or do I?! Great piece; I chuckled at the human-ness and believability of it, actually! My husband was recently telling me about a rather unsettling science/tech podcast about the coming sentience of computers/AI. Very Terminator-esque! [Oh, and I'm sheepishly thirding what Janna said. I've got some housecleaning and other projects I need Reginald's help with--so long as he doesn't get too smart :)!]
Ha!ha!I wouldn’t mind having such a robot-so what if his English is not perfect-one definitely can understand him and look at his efficiency-only first day and yet the house is immaculate! Where can I order one?Loved this!
This is awesome. I don’t mind some broken English if the floors are clean. Thanks for linking up.
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