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The Conversation Of Boredom

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Hidden : 04/14/2015
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I was in the mood for a chat about sport the other day, I was randomly wondering who's on first, this is how the conversation unfolded:

Me: Did you know the Perth Heat hold the most titles in Australia?
Them: Who?
Me: The Perth Heat
Them: I don't know
Me: Who is your favourite player?
Them: Nobody
Me: Sorry I didnt hear you, who is your favourite player?
Them: Nobody
Me: Oh ok, so this sport doesn't interest you?
Them: I Don't Give A Damn
Me: Wow ok, do you think you will ever watch a game?
Them: I don't know

Well that conversation was going swell (sarcasm) and it seems I had hit a subject they just did not care for. I made a second attempt to see where if I was able to get any reasonable responses.

Me: Any idea when it is supposed to rain next?
Them: Tomorrow
Me: Well that ruins my plans.
Them: What?
Me: Was going to check out some local sport, who are you taking to the next game?
Them: Nobody
Me: Oh you don't sound very keen to attend...
Them: What?
Me: You don't seem interested. Ah well, when did the email about the game come?
Them: Today
Me:  Ok, you are clearly not in the mood for chatting.
Them: What?
Me: I will just leave you be, I’ll go chat with Frank over there.
Them: Who?
Me: Never mind, have a good day.

Wow, felt like 20 questions, with the simplistic responses, it was clear they were not in the mood for chitter chatter. So I wrapped up the conversation and went off to do some errands on my own.

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