I like the way you roll.
I like the way you take my order just one time. You don’t ask what kind of meat I want, then heat up the tortilla, pile on my choice of rice and beans, and then ask me about the meat a second time without even bothering to acknowledge that you already asked me once, making me believe I’m the subject of a cruel psychological experiment designed to make me doubt my memory of things I’d said not 30 seconds before. Are researchers eager to determine if early-onset Alzheimer’s can be induced through repeated, subtle manipulations of a subject’s reality? Well, by God, they won’t find the answer to that question on your watch.