Monday, February 26, 2018

Someone Told Me, I Told Someone - Part II




I’m tired, depressed, over-reading for work and a bit generally brain dead so I’m going to short cut my life/ this post and do another one of these things where I recollect things that I said to others and things others said to me this past week or so.


Someone told me that their friend thinks I’m rude and that I’m not fun to be around.

Someone told me that their boss hits on them when they are at after parties.

I told someone that they should be friends with this other person.

I told someone that they should go on a date because they would like each other.

Someone told me that they glued their eye shut with crazy glue when they were little.

I told someone that I was proud of them.

I told someone that their boobs are like pillows.

Someone told me that they haven’t had sex in two and a half years.

I told someone to they smelled clean, like tea tree oil.

Someone told me that they wish they could say something to someone else on my behalf.

Someone told me that I should stay still.

I told someone that I loved them.

Someone told me that I was magic.

I told someone that if we got into a fight, they would destroy me.

Someone told me my cat pissed on the guest bed.

Someone told me that they are trying to have a baby.

I told someone that I wanted to die.

I told someone that I needed to be alone in the woods.

Someone told me that they are just waiting for the letters to arrive in the mail.

Someone told me that once you know about it all, you have to be vegan.

Someone told me that they love me too much to let me be so sad.

I told someone I would be there to take their phone call, but I left my phone home.

I told someone that there needs to be transparency in the art world to break the system.

Someone told me that all they want to do is have fun.

Someone told me that we should still be friends.

Someone told me that Scorpio is in Jupiter.

I told someone that I have emotional mono.

Someone told me that I deserved a special night.

I told someone that I wished everything could be different.