Saturday, July 18, 2009

On being let alone

While Prudence is quite capable of subtlety, she mostly doesn't bother, as nuances tend to be missed.

So, when she's, say, walking down a street where there happen to be establishments dedicated to eating, or perhaps dodging bogans at a suburban shopping centre, she does not appreciated being accosted by vendors.

If one is walking with purpose, as Prudence was in these two cases, it should be abundantly obvious that she's not interested in dinner, cleaning products or a hand massage.

Harrumph.

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