Senna: Well, since my mum works at a university, and I don’t need another undergraduate degree . . .
Quince: We all live in pre-furnished government housing, and mine sells furniture.
Rowan: Yeah, my parents also sell stuff for building owners . . . Or, I guess, technically, they sell ad slots for companies that do stuff for building owners.
Violet: My mom works at a grocery store . . . in Limestone Cliffs. Nobody expects me to travel out-of-state to buy groceries.
Birch: Mine has a fertility clinic! She would love to have me and my wife as customers — but Annie would not love to be a customer, and obviously, Annie gets the deciding vote on this one.
Juniper: So what I’m hearing is, ungrateful children solidarity hour in here.
Kokum: Hey, I’ve got two dads, don’t look at me for mom stuff.
Pascentia: Single father. I suppose I did buy everything he was selling.
Thorn: Two moms, but one is retired and the other is, uh . . . expired.
Atarangi: I’m not in touch with any of my family, and wouldn’t use any of their products or services if you paid me.