Q & A With Myself, Part 2

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Well, here we are again.

It’s always such a pleasure.

Remember when you tried to kill me twice?

Portal reference. And we’ve never even played Portal. Or Portal 2.

So what? The songs are funny. GLaDOS a is a great comic talent in the making, I’m telling you. Anyway, on with the questions: what book did you last read?

Landline, by Rainbow Rowell. I enjoyed it very much. Coincidentally, last time we did this I had just read Fangirl by the same author.

Yes, I know. And what book are you reading right now?

I’m slowly making my way through Huntress by Malinda Lo, which I bought and tried (but failed) to read a year or two back.

I kinda remember that, but not really. What did you have for lunch?

You realise that you know this too, right?

Shush. Answer the question.

I had…smoked salmon and cream cheese on some bread we made in our snazzy (snazzy?) new bread maker. I usually have Philadelphia cream cheese, but we were shopping in M&S and they didn’t have anyway, so we had M&S own brand. I personally prefer Philadelphia.

Also, the Philadelphia packaging is nicer.

Look, now it’s me who’s telling you off.

Whatever, darling.  Any new turns of phrase we should know about ourself?

I’m really sorry, but I’ve somehow started to say ‘jeez’. I blame my friend. Also, ‘snazzy’, which I think I actually said earlier. I’m not sure where I got that from.

Me neither.

Well, obviously. We’re the same person.

Shush-shushy-shush. Seriously. What colour best describes your mood right now.

Beigey-grey, I think. Kind of like an olive. Or maybe more like the leaves on an olive tree. But toned down, and kind of sad. Altogether, a meh colour.

A meh colour?

Naturally. Meh is a great adjective. ‘Well, meh’ is basically my comeback for everything that I can’t come up with a witty comeback for. Which is, essentially, everything.

Yeahhh. We’re not that great at comebacks.

I agree. Also, this I/we thing is annoying me again.

At least we haven’t got into the talking-about-ourselves-in-the-third-person yet.

At least.

I feel like this is sort of dissolving again, okay?

Yeah, I think I’m with you on that one. Bye.

 

 

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