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Anna Meursault @allwhite ?active 8 months, 1 week ago
At the pantry, you’d probably go for a chocolate bar, or more likely one of those fiber bars that have a little bit of chocolate on them so you could say that you had a lot of sugar today and that’s why you’re so hyper. I know that’s not the truth. Maybe it’s that your older sister came to visit you, with her two kids – one’s just old enough to start walking, but the other one (your favorite, because even though you’re not supposed to keep favorites when your niece has a vocabulary of all of three words, your nephew tends to be your favorite) knows how to spin a good story, and he ends up telling you about his latest trip to the zoo. You used to hate the zoo. But now you like it. For some strange repressed reason. If I were a psychologist I’d mention your mother or your father or possibly sexual inadequacies (though maybe you’d be blushing to much at the last one to give me a coherent answer). All of them would be incorrect, bu it’s fun to make you blush. You started out a shy child and stayed that way. Even your partner thinks so (you think the terms boy/girl friend to be … strange). No. Instead, you like the zoo now because you can spend a day just staring at the exhibits and no person will try to talk to you and the animals won’t spare a moment for you either. It’s a good way for you to ignore things. This is coincidentally why you’re not too fond of your sister now – she doesn’t have the decency to ignore you as she once did – since she wonders why you’re so happy with the world. When did happiness become a suspicious trait, you sometimes think. Not that she’s wrong. If your point is to be made you’d have to travel back thirteen years, but you’re a bit too bitter to do so. The bare bones speak to a tiny problem. The thing is, you shouldn’t be happy. Yet, now you are. In any other world, this wouldn’t be a problem. View