I spent two weeks with a famous person and all I got was severe depression and a penchant for cocaine by Hannah Van Arsdale
Ah yes any trip to meet a special someone is going to be odd. The levels between the two are impossible to even out. By traveling a great distance from coast to coast to meet an online someone there is going to be moments of pure weird. Online a person can edit their interaction think twice about what they are going to do. With the offline lifestyle an individual cannot hide behind a computer screen. Souls are impossible to hide offline. Habits, the messy ones, the ones that have a person wear the exact same outfit every day, those are tough to break.
Guests are supposed to feel welcome. It is perfectly normal. A host needs to cater to their needs. Doing so is relatively difficult however. Oftentimes guests develop strange habits. For a guest a new exciting habit might be enjoying delicious lemonade, having a heaping bowl of Special K, and developing a penchant for cocaine. Thanks to the mass commoditization movement all of these requests can be catered to and more. Economically sound the world’s economy relies upon this kind of spending, the kind where it begs people to please consume for the sake of everyone. Unfortunately such spending has to reduce expenses elsewhere hence the need for roommates.
Sex happens. Life is sex. When a person was created that happened because of sex or less likely, some form of decanting via the Brave New World. Typically people have sex as a way to pass the time because there is so much time and it is so easy to waste it. People aren’t born with much but usually they are born with literally years ahead of them ready to simply grow older. Hence people have sex to go to sleep because sex is awesome and sex is a way to make sure there’s at least some form of exercise during the day. Sex is the ultimate sleeping aid.
Fuzzy details are details that have grown chest hair. Aging does that to the details growing out hair until the original intention is unclear. That is fine. Nobody really needs to remember everything and the mind does a great job of blocking out needless information. When an argument happens that is usually a great time to basically tune out. Due to the mind’s penchant for remembering the bad time (to compare them against the good) arguments linger longer than they should. Then the trip is over and the return to home happens once again, with a brief view of a person’s life left in the mind.