Living on the edge
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Living on the edge

Living on the edge

“That is not what I meant. ”

No—but why did you use the word ‘discipline’? Are you trying to say that I’m not disciplined?

“Will you please listen? That is not how I mea—”

Do you think I’m a child?!

“Phew… I don’t know. Do you?”

No no. She said the idea wasn’t feasible. And that’s why I explained. Or else, what do I care! You guys go ahead and do as you please. I couldn’t care less. This matter doesn’t interest me whatsoever. It isn’t as if I feel some anxiety and I’m projecting that onto you. It is of no concern to me. So I am not—in the least bit—interested in going on endlessly about this.

“… OK”

Since he has already had the disease, it is probably less scary. That was my point.

“I am only saying that having anti-bodies doesn’t mean you can’t carry the virus.”

And I’m only saying that all this ‘information’ is available online, including what you are saying... so…

“OK but I don’t know why you are getting so upset.”

Yeah OK, whatever.

Oh please no no, I don’t want to be the one to ‘ruin’ your lunch. Now, if I have your kind permission, I would like to eat by myself.

“Seriously? Why do you have to take everything to such an extreme?”

Yeah, I don’t want to be held responsible for this… do you mind?

“So dramatic.”

Does being edgy put people off?

“… yes”

Why did you pause like that before answering?

“No, it’s just…”

‘It’s just’ what? Are you insinuating that I am edgy?!

“No Sum—”

Good, because I'm not.