One day after school, Palmer and the guys saw Dorothy walking home. They decided to torment her going home.
I have a pigeon!
Every day they would torment Dorothy going home. They would take her red hat and, "tossed it into a dumpster, tack it to a telephone phone pole" and more.
"I asked your mother if I could come in, so I could play basketball."
Dorothy was done being hurt. She waent over to palmer and asked him "why are you doing this to me?" "At that point Palmer realized "that it had been himself not Beans," not Motto, not even Henry, "who had hurt her the most."
If you don't want to be a wringer, don't be a wringer.
I'm going to have to be a wringer too, but I don't want to.
The next day Palmer thinks about what Dorothy said. He was tired of keeping this secret to himself, so he went over to himself, so he went over to Dorothys house and without hesitation he told Dorothy, "I have a pigeon."
The day after, Palmer came home and found Dorothy in his room. She said "I asked your mother if I could come in, so I could play basketball. Palmer knew that she wanted to see the pigeon.
Palmer tells Dorothy that he does not want to become a wringer. He said "I'm going to have to be a wringer too, but I don't want to." What should I do? Dorothy said "if you don't want to be a wringer, don't be a wringer