25 June 2006

Exhaustive Speech

I have a friend, let's call him C. He doesn't call me often, but when he does, I frown a little. Not because I hate C, but because I have to do all the talking. Now, I'm much more of a listener than a talker, so I kinda dread C's calls. Whenever I see his name flash in my phone, I have to start thinking of conversation topics to entertain him. The only reason I go through all that trouble is because C's an old friend, and I can hardly push old friends away, can I?

I have another friend, W, who's the exact opposite. I also frown a little when he calls me, because I know I won't be able to get a word in. He'll just yak yak yak and all I can do is listen. Whenever I try to reply, he'll start shooting off a new string of words. Both W and C drive me up the wall, but they are much more demure in person.

Gosh, I know I sound like such a fussy friend! I'm kinda like Goldilocks, except much older and with more body hair.


Innocent^^Guy said...

i know...W is William and C is Calvin rite? haha
nola..i dun think c is calvin cos C doesn't call u on the phone...haha but as for W, hmm...ahaha

William said...

Just for the record, I'm not the "William" in the post. :).

Just get W to call C. Problem solved.

What makes you think you have more hair than Goldilocks? Haha.

ZemieN said...

Haha, I'll leave you two to wonder who is who...

But for the record, I do have more friends than the number of people who regularly comment here.

What to do? I don't want my funeral to just be a family affair.