Now they’re arguing over which of them is “the weird one”.
None of you. You’re all painfully boring. Go away.
Say you are with a group of friends, loud friends. Whiney friends. You’re going out for lunch and looking for somewhere to sit in the near-empty restaurant. You spy a girl sat in a dark corner, no shoes, book in hand, fairly unapproachable-looking, enjoying a quiet break with a coffee.
What do you do? Sit somewhere else and leave the poor girl alone, right?
Well apparently this group of girls decided to squeeze into the table next to mine, trampling my discarded shoes, knocking my bag off the chair, and not even having the decency to acknowledge my death stare.
If I’m reading and there are other seats, fuck off. And don’t interrupt me just so you can slag off some girl you know very loudly and discuss in-depth the pros and cons of ponytails.
I’m really proud of myself today! I did my usual after work swim and I managed more lengths than usual, quicker than usual, with no breaks. Improvement.
Another day, another hideous amount of back pain. Golly, this is getting old.
Still, Monday morning. Back to work, back to swimming, back to overdosing on coffee in the pretense that the sleepless nights aren’t affecting me.
OH WELL. I have other things to take my mind off it :’)
Frida Gustavsson wearing a Mary Katrantzou dress as a Meissem figurine in the editorial ‘Face Value’ shot by the legendary Tim Walker for Vogue US January 2012. scanned from Tim Walker: Story Teller
No problem! Glad to hear you have such a diverse taste in women. You seem like a great guy.