Maybe she’d been robbed by somebody asking a similar question, maybe she was ashamed to admit that she did have gloves but wanted to sell mine. Whatever the reason, I’m glad I let myself be conned
There was one café that is the very first stop of the New York Times newspaper delivery. A friend took me there, and we waited for the paper delivery so we could be the very first people in the world to read the New York Times paper that day
Now, here's a dirty little secret about men. We don't like mirrors that go lower than our waistline. Frankly, we don't want anything to ruin, oh, let's say our overly inflated source of pride. If you're dating somebody, you can always ask them to take a look, but when you're single, it becomes more complicated.
Announcer number one, "Welcome back from the commercial break. There is certainly no end to the action here, as she has just gotten another cup of coffee." Announcer two, "I believe this is her third cup of coffee for the day?" Announcer 1, "That's right. She will likely need a pit stop soon, but for the moment she is staring at the chalkboard." Announcer 2, "A bit of trivia, only about three percent of the matheletes still use chalkboards. For a time, whiteboards were quite popular, but today a whopping seventy-three percent of mathematicians prefer writing on their tablets." Announcer 1, "Wait...wait...I think she...yes, she has picked up the chalk and walked to the board...it could be a goal...the chalk is at the board...no...no, she's put the chalk back down." Announcer 2, "That was breathtaking..."