Imagined Conversations (5.19.14)

Spoken quotes from the week’s news in dialogue form.

A: I apologize if this seems blunt, but what I must say is too important to dress up in flowery language. 

B: Certainly—

A: Give me a fucking website. 

B: I—I…

A: It’s time.

B: I…don’t even know how I can!  I know nothing about how they… I can’t decide when the wind blows

A: But you can use electric cars to store the power generated by wind energy. 

B: What—

A: —Give me a fucking website. 

B: …What…I mean…okay. I mean, what kind of  website

A: I’m a superfan of ticklish guys.

B: The website…

A: …is for people looking for ticklish guys to tickle on camera.

B: Really? 

A: Really.

B: What kind of?Okay. 

A: It’s a lot of work getting people naked, especially in England. 

B: Okay.



A: So?

B: Honestly, like, that’s the worst possible…

A: You think that’s fucked up?

B: It’s possibly useful…

A: It is simply one life story of one individual representing one possible interpretative scenario among many other possibilities.

B: Honestly, like, it is ticklish guys—


B: I literally…like, no disrespect…I live in my own little bubble.  But it is, you know, it is fucked up.

A: If you have dirtiness in your mind, that’s your problem, not mine.

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