WHAT PEOPLE TALK ABOUT


  • their possessions
  • other people’s possessions
  • things they would like to possess
  • TV shows
  • places they’ve been
  • broad sweeping sociological forecasts about those places based on a handful of micro-interactions
  • their romantic relationships (partners discussed as possessions)
  • current renovations
  • desired renovations
  • cosmic-level political forecasts based on 10 second soundbites they heard on the radio on their daily commute
  • baseless assumptions about the personal lives of popular sports/entertainment figures
  • occasionally, almost accidentally, love

 

Until next time.

Dylan – Edmonton, AB

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