Weary from his many years of important business activities, and the disillusion of his marriage to Fantasia Sanford, Graeme's work isn't as noteworthy as many of his counterparts. But despite his general depression, his manager (Shiva Amsbaugh) has discovered he's easily-motivated by candies and desserts. With the help of food scientist Genesis Pearson, Shiva keeps Graeme's output above adequate levels and encourages regular therapy.
Graeme has a professional condition. He has a voracious interest in sugar. He understands the ins and outs of business governance. He is very competent in all his endeavors. He is very insightful and talented.
Graeme is into getting other people's opinions before forming his own, prefers working, and can prefer playing music in many cases. He has an aversion to working out at the gym, subjecting himself to war movies, and reading any kind of autobiographical material. Graeme is customarily found filling up on chico fruits, watching The Program, and curling up to read A Farewell to Arms.
While Graeme was a devoted husband, his ex-wife's obsession with hospitals lead to years and years of resentment. After finally breaking down, Graeme gave her an ultimatum: it's either me or the hospital. As you might've guessed, she chose the latter.
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