David Stevens


In Uncategorized on November 13, 2014 at 9:06 pm

Have I mentioned that I cannot stand a cute rejection? It doesn’t make me feel better, and it makes me think I wasn’t taken seriously. I dislike them even more than normal rejection. At least I am used to normal rejection. Cute rejection is worse than chirpy morning people. I think I like rejections that aren’t really rejections, they’re acceptances. That’s the kind of rejection I like! Now I’m getting cute. And I don’t like it. (Do they have hand puppet rejection – now, that would incite violence.)

  1. I actually think a hand puppet rejection might just be the best thing of all time …

    • Sarah, everyone thinks that until the moment they awake and find they are staring in the mirror, their mouths moving at the behest of a force beyond their control, and somewhere off stage they hear mumbled (and poorly synched), “its not me, its you …”, over and over. Only then does the marionette twirl of doom commence.

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