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  • 18 parts per million. And he's still doing it.

  • Don't worry about that. I'm happy to take you to work.

  • Well, thank you. And Leonard never lets me have French toast sticks in the car. I can't have syrupy fingers, but he can do the backstroke in a toilet bowl.

toast [toʊst]

n. 干杯、烤面包、接受敬酒的人、(在某领域)广受赞誉的人

vt.& vi. 向…祝酒,为…干杯

vi. 烤火,取暖、使暖和、烘烤(面包片等)

syrupy [ˈsɪrəpi, ˈsɚ-]

adj. 糖浆似的,像糖浆的

backstroke [ˈbækstroʊk]

n. 仰泳

  • It's nice they're getting exercise.

  • Although now that I think about it, Leonard would never go swimming in public without his swim shirt.

  • I'm sure he brought it.

  • No, but last year, at Magic Mountain, he got such a bad sunburn, we had to cut him out of it.

  • He probably got a new one. Finish your breakfast. Look, there's an entire section of my dashboard that doesn't have any syrup on it.

  • You're acting odd. Why?

  • I'm odd all the time, everyone knows that. Just last night I tried to see how many fava beans I could fit in my mouth.

fava bean

n. [医]蚕豆

  • Tell me the truth.

  • Twenty eight.

  • Come on.

  • Fifty six.

  • Amy. What's going on?

  • All right. Don't get upset, but, an earlier appointment opened up for Leonard and he's getting the surgery right now.

  • I see. Take me to Leonard.

  • Just go to work, he'll be fine.

  • Amy, he's my best friend, and if you don't take me, I'm going there anyway.

  • Fine. It's sweet that you care about him so much.

  • I do. And I wouldn't be able to forgive myself if something happened to him and I wasn't at his bedside to say I told you so.