So timely. She has no idea.
“…the lie that tells you you cannot become someone different if you want to be. You can.”
“Clothes,” I say.
“Plans,” he rattles back.
“You hair color,” he laughs.
We keep going back and forth. Ricocheting against one another. Only the roaring of the washer standing between our breaths of silence.
This was our favorite game. Categories. The game where you exhaust one another with all the possible types of cereal and sports teams you can think of before someone gives up and someone wins out. This was our own version of Categories. The category on the table: things that change.
“College majors,” I said.
“Shoes fall under clothes. I win.”
“Not true,” he denies. “Changing your shoes is completely different from changing your clothes… Keep going.”
“Fine. Profile pictures.”
“Good one,” he says. “Twitter bios.”
“Totally gave you that one.
We could go on for days like this, I kept thinking to myself. We could go on bantering and joking and having one another in…
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