I got a bazaar phone call from one of my best friends on her day off, and when she sent me these two photos I almost wet my pants from laughing so hard...
|Those are A LOT of empty benches!|
|Oh.. Uhh, Why, Hello There!|
We joked about how typical it is when you go out of your way to get away from people, and with out fail they flock to you like white on rice. Why is that? What is it that makes people flock to other people?
Prime example, the photos above. My friend (who really needs to start a blog to document the crazy things that happen to her AND the amazing life she lives, by the way!) was at the health food store minding her own business, enjoying her fresh mango when out of ALL the benches to choose from this couple sits rightnexttoher.
She was fit to be tide. Not having it. I teased her some more and encouraged her get up and move to another bench. My theory was that it would send a silent, but loud statement. Instead, she stayed right where she was and we thought up more scenarios.
You could be at the beach, minding your own business, enjoying the beauty of literally having an entire beach to yourself, only to notice people joining your party. They have an entire beach to choose a spot, and they hunker down right next to you like there's assigned seating. Why is this?!
You could be in a parking lot, going out of your way to park away from the crowd for fear of door dings and welcome the extra steps for a little workout, only to come back to your car and find another car rightnexttoyours. Again, why is this?!
Does this ever happen to you? Or just us?!
Do you ever feel like a people magnet?
What other examples can you think up?
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Day 5: Tiny | Doesn't my man make that tree look tiny? ;)
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