This morning I was having breakfast at a 'local eatery' when the hostess seated three people across the aisle from me. Now, I've never been one to 'stare at' or 'loom over' people in restaurants, however, these three people were 'unique' or at least that's what my brian said.
These three people were all male - in and of itself nothing unusual - two sat next to each other in the booth and the other sat across from them. At first appearances were, umm, normal(?) until I began watching body language and when that happened my imagination ran away with itself.
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I swear number one of the "couple" kept looking shyly at number two before speaking - I KNOW the other would give a brief nod just prior to number one injecting anything into the conversation. And once, number two tapped number one on the leg and he immediately stopped speaking. Male alone across the table asked a lot of questions, mainly about what the couple did "for fun".
Honestly, I had to get the hell out of B.E. before I started taking notes! I scared myself! I believe the muse has truly returned! Now let's see if I can get her to allow me to put thoughts to document!
Current Music: Diary of Jane - Breaking Benjamin