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Saturday, August 13, 2005

Inquiry


"Did you drop me on my head several times when I was a baby?"
"No. Not that I can remember."
"Really. Are you sure?"
"I am positive, but had it happened, it would have explained a lot of things. Isn't it?"
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Monday, August 08, 2005

Persistance


"Can I have contacts?"
"This the umpteenth time you asked for the same thing and you know my answer."
"And what would that be?"
"No way. You are not getting those till you reach eighteen."
"Can I have them at my next birthday? I can't wait for years."
"Don't you get tired of repeating yourself? This is very annoying."
"I don't see it that way. I think that I am being very persistent. Isn't this the only way to get what you want in life?"
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Thursday, August 04, 2005

True Love


"I am sad for my friend. Her parents are getting divorced."
"That is very sad, indeed."
"You know that I have been to her house many times, had play dates and even had sleepovers but never noticed anything unusual. Her mom and dad were always nice and polite. They seemed like a normal couple."
"Hmm, sometimes the signs of trouble are more than skin deep. Tell me, did they talk to each other or engage in conversations?"
"No. They were kind of quiet."
"Did you notice them having any discussions, emotional outbursts or even fights?"
"Not that I can remember."
"It seems that, as a couple, they were not even engaged at all with each other. Heated discussions and intense fights, if done correctly, are signs of healthy marriage as it simply indicates the willingness of both parties to resolve issues and conflicts.”

Pause

"Dad, are you trying to say that you and mommy have true love?"
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Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Anti-social


"Dad, can I buy this cell phone. It allows multi-party talk and it plays games as well."
"I can understand the interest in games but why do you need to talk to many people at the same time?"
"Why? That is very usual for girls. The more the merrier."
"To be honest, I sometimes find it difficult to talk to just one single person at a time."
"You are not very social, are you?"
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Monday, August 01, 2005

One fine saturday morning


"There are hair everywhere."
"Why have you started grumbling so early in the morning? God! It's not even ten."
"I am not grumbling, just trying to voice my concerns."
"What's the big deal about hair?"
"I am sick of cleaning and vaccuming. I find hair everywhere. To be honest, I cannot decide who sheds more hair in this house? You or your cat?"
"Don't blame the poor cat and it's not even me. You are the one who is going bald. Now go back to sleep."

Pause

"You know, you sounded like your mom."
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