Bert Mc Cracken makes friends his family, and he feels a close kinship with people who share some ideals or beliefs that he holds dear.
She worked as a switchboard operator and later she and her husband owned and operated "Louies Restaurant" in Del City.
“I thought you were, like, cheating on me with some other trans girl and was asking for advice on how to sweet talk her! “What I think Gerard is trying to say is that, we were expecting something terrible, but it’s actually something that’s totally fine and normal.” Bert They locate the Circle of Life (as the ferris wheel has apparently been deemed), and get about halfway through the line, when they realize there’s a problem. “Yeah, but Frank likes me more,” Bert says, and then Frank gives him a high five behind Gerard’s back. “I still might kick you,” Bert says after a few moments of silence, because Bert always has to have the last word. "I mean, he's a bitchy, nasty fucking – fucking emo kid.
“Clearly me, since, you know, I’m dating both of you,” Gerard says, quite sure of themself. He's soon thrown into a world of drugs, violence and family matters far to complex for him to handle. In which Frank and Bert fight over Gerard while refusing to admit to doing any such thing, and Gerard is definitely up to something.
Personally, I think that they were both interested in each other and I think that they maybe were kind of together. All your kisses, how you sing, how you hold me late at night, and how you hold me in yours arms and say : I love you, baby.
Because I really love you, baby." I think he was referring to Bert Mc Cracken.