Be My Guest, Day 3, THX E/D
Jessie Mae Hemphill - Shake It, Baby - Shame on You
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zero tolerance, and how one says tomato. It is sort of like standing on the wrong side of the two way mirror, or the right side however you want to look at it. You know, the side where you’re standing alongside others and can see clearly what is going on. Rambling and pointing and wondering what the fuck? Not totally understanding that if the mirror were turned just enough there might not be a problem. Just enough to allow you to see what is behind you without having to turn around. Just enough so that you can check to see if you have any shit in your teeth, or if the clothes you picked actually make you look how you feel, which is generally good, but at the moment you are presented with yourself it shifts just a bit toward a maybe not so good. On this side of the mirror it is easy to forget when one is doing what one doesn’t agree with but happens to be okay with. Shit doesn’t really matter. // Different levels of risk. Different kinds of pain. Knowing how to casually and quietly leave the party. Unpaid parking tickets and the day your isn’t where you left it. It all catches up.