Tuesday, October 07, 2008

No, I'm Not a Stalker

I just keep ending up behind people.

When classes started, I noticed that two of my friends (who don't know each other) had a class in the same building I did the same time I did, and that another friend (who knows both of the two friends previously mentioned) had a class in that building the hour after. You might think this means I talk to my friends a lot. Nope. It means I see them.

And, for some reason, they don't see me. I once followed one of the two friends halfway across campus before she noticed me. Another time I walked beside her for several minutes before she noticed me. Another time she and the friend that has a class after saw each other, hugged, said hi, etc., but neither of them noticed me. Today the same thing happened. I was again not noticed, and I followed the friend for a while before noting that my two friends were walking by each other - the ones who don't know each other. I thought this was funny, so I walked up beside one of them, said hi, and had a conversation - without being noticed by the other friend.

You may think this discourse is a complaint and/or a sign that maybe, I don't know, I should say something to my friends since I notice them and they don't notice me. Well, it's not either of those things. I just wanted to point it out. I find it hilarious.

And I don't think any of the three reads my blog, so none of them will ever know.


Goober said...

so what are you going to do with the pictures of me and my colorful hair?

Giovanni Schwartz said...

Oh boy... Are the pictures embarrasing? (And did I spell it right?)My verification word is gboqazb