I was beginning to question if you lived here anymore.
Well, then we're even,
because I was beginning to question
if you'd lost my number.
W-w--actually, I lost my phone.
Uh, Tyler told me you canceled dinner.
What is he talking about?
I came by to see what you like to eat.
I'll kill him.
I stared at empty chair for two hours
until I finally accepted that you had stood me up.
Your chair didn't look so empty to me.
I saw you and Jack through the windows.
I know. I'm not proud of it.
I made that dinner for you, Daniel.
Jack and I are just friends.
He came by unexpected and he was hungry.
I didn't want the food to go to waste.
I'm such an idiot.
Yeah, a little bit.
You know, I was supposed to start working for my dad today, but couldn't do it.
Because he's a philandering dirtbag.
And if I can't look at him,
how am I supposed to work for him?
Are you sure you're not using
the fact that he's a philandering dirtbag
as an excuse not to have to work for him?
Well, it's not just that...
I'm finally seeing him for what he really is.
I think it's also that he now sees me for what I really am.
And what's that?
It's a hell of a lot harder to disappoint your father
than to let him know he disappointed you.
I stared at empty chair for two hours until I finally accepted that you had stood me up.我盯着空凳子两个小时直到我接受你放了我鸽子的事实
It's impolite to stare at a girl.
She continued to stare at his head.
stand sb up:失约
First she agreed to come out with me, then she stood me up.
I'm not proud of it.我不该那么做
be proud of:以 ... 为满意(以 ... 而骄傲, 自豪)
The shop was proud of its exclusiveness.
Tom is very proud of his new car.