On friends and everyday stories


You know you've mined one of your treasured friends when you can talk just about anything under that big scorching sun. Or even when the rains begin to pour endlessly on you.

 Everything starts with capping the events of the day, or updates on just about everything you feel important to talk about. Until you reach either the more profound recesses of your conversation or the seemingly mundane stuff you'd laugh hard to. Puns. Inside jokes. New names. New code names. Trivias. Whatever. There's always something new to learn or something funny to remember or even something annoying you'd later joke around.

 By the time you run out of anything to say or talk about, you'd realize that time went by. You spent one, two or more hours chatting and laughing but it all felt less; you want more. Extend the hours, find more interesting stories to exchange.

 You'd always choose to part ways. Because you know that the next time you see each other, nothing will change. You'd remain fascinated with each others’ stories and happy that you found another soul on earth you’d gladly spend your day with.

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felix felicis: On friends and everyday stories

Friday, August 15, 2014

On friends and everyday stories


You know you've mined one of your treasured friends when you can talk just about anything under that big scorching sun. Or even when the rains begin to pour endlessly on you.

 Everything starts with capping the events of the day, or updates on just about everything you feel important to talk about. Until you reach either the more profound recesses of your conversation or the seemingly mundane stuff you'd laugh hard to. Puns. Inside jokes. New names. New code names. Trivias. Whatever. There's always something new to learn or something funny to remember or even something annoying you'd later joke around.

 By the time you run out of anything to say or talk about, you'd realize that time went by. You spent one, two or more hours chatting and laughing but it all felt less; you want more. Extend the hours, find more interesting stories to exchange.

 You'd always choose to part ways. Because you know that the next time you see each other, nothing will change. You'd remain fascinated with each others’ stories and happy that you found another soul on earth you’d gladly spend your day with.

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