It's another typhoon holiday again. With wind ruthlessly whipping everything on the street, Annie and Wayne therefore had got nowhere to go, except staying at home. While Annie was playing a PC game, the Age of Empire, to satisfy her concealed little ambition of being the queen above all kings, Wayne was surfing on the internet, looking for websites of funny videos and news to quench his overly interesting life of tackling with students' problems at school.
Wayne found an interesting piece of news, and then started saying......
Wayne: Babe, come and check this news. That explains everything. I was born in a wrong season. No wonder I was never a top-flight student.
Annie: In a second, I'm now about to demolish Longshanks' kingdom into ash, and wipe out all the traitors.
Wayne: Honey, you can't demolish Edward Longshanks' kingdom into ash in a game. It just disappears on the screen.
Annie: Oh, come on, it just makes me feel good by saying that....(then in a second, with the sound effect of the game...) Yes! I got you, Eddie. Now you know whom you shall bow to. As for you others, you shall now be in fears and terrors. You just wait and see.
Wayne: Congratulations, Your Majesty. It's my fondest hope that this conquering of virtual enemies will bring you nothing but happiness, and may you accept nothing but the 50th victory by the end of today.
Annie: Your utterance is indeed of blandishment. You're a man with a flattering tongue, Sir Wayne.
Wayne: Alright, please don't have my tongue cut out, my babe. Come and check out this news. It says babies born in autumn will have better academic performance and more likely will succeed in later life. So, we both were born in wrong seasons.
Annie read through the news, then said...
Annie: That's ridiculous and nonsense. I've never fallen out of the top 10 percent in any class, and I have even won scholarships for countless times since primary school.
Wayne: Really! Why didn't you tell me before?
Annie: Why? That's just water under the bridge.
Wayne: To get in the top 10 percent in my class? I've always got Buckley's; not to mention any scholarships.
Annie: That's because you used to wag it every day.
Wayne: I didn't wag it when I was in primary and high school...
Annie: But in university.
Wayne: Everyone wags it in university!
Annie: Not me. It's just the matter of time spent for study. So don't blame the season of birth for your bad academic performance. You yourself have to carry the can. This news is just.....
When Annie was going to say more, the game alerted an attack.
Wayne: I'm sorry to interrupt you, Your Majesty. But an intense attack has just been set upon your army. Your restless soldiers need your sagacious guidance and inspiring presence now. So I shall leave lest I may interrupt your successful maneuver.