"What I do…when I was maybe just four years old, I was in preschool, my first time being in a preschool class, around children I didn’t know. And there was a little blond girl named Patria Beth Hayes. And uh…I met her that day…and I went up to her at the end…uh…when school was out, all the parents were there on the lawn to pick us up. There was this big, green lawn outside the preschool…and I just ran up to this girl…I ran up to Patria Beth Hayes, and grabbed her like Clark Gable and just planted this kiss on her; like dipped her down and planted this giant kiss on her. In front of everybody - parents, God, and country - just really let her have it. And then I looked at her and then just shoved her down and threw her in the grass and ran off. And that’s still what I do. Like I’ll do a romantic moment, I’ll take you on a good date, and then I will leave you. I’ll just evaporate into the night."
Jeff B. Davis