<br><br>I parsed the sentence this way, allowing for Brian's greasy-spoon dialect:<br><br>"(Do you) Want I should (sic -- should be "want me to", but Brian ain't no grammarian) have (the) cook make your bacon, cheese, lettuce and tomato sandwich?"<br><br>You probably tried to make "cook" a verb instead of a person ... Maybe if we'd capitalized it, it would have been clear that "Cook" was a title?<br><br>Robert M."Want I should have cook make your bacon, cheese, lettuce and tomato sandwich?"
was this intentional or simply overlooked? or maybe i'm somehow not reading it right?
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