April 9, 2008

“...and what then?”

“...and then everyone would think I was boring and weird.”

Exclaiming that the sign for infinity is a number eight on its side because “yesterday was the infinity-on-it’s-side of April!” doesn’t exactly attract looks of admiration and interest. Unfortunately, experience has taught you this. Not even people in your maths class appreciate such remarks. If anything, they all seem a bit

“...and what then?”

“...and then they’d all leave me and I’d be left alone.”

“...and what then?”

“...and then I would give up completely.”

Therapy can be somewhat repetitive.

“...and then everyone would think I was boring and weird.”

Exclaiming that the sign for infinity is a number eight on its side because “yesterday was the infinity-on-it’s-side of April!” doesn’t exactly attract looks of admiration and interest. Unfortunately, experience has taught you this. Not even people in your maths class appreciate such remarks. If anything, they all seem a bit

*more*inclined to think you’re a freak.“...and what then?”

“...and then they’d all leave me and I’d be left alone.”

“...and what then?”

“...and then I would give up completely.”

Therapy can be somewhat repetitive.