Posted by Matt on Mon, 07/26/2004 - 10:05pm.
You ever get the impression that when someone compliments you, they're trying too hard, and the words end up ringing hollow, like that hollow, empty feeling you get late at night, in front of the computer or TV, when suddenly you realize you're getting older, but you haven't really done anything with your life? You've never produced anything meaningful--really meaningful--and days, weeks, months, and years go in endless cycles, with the only quantifiable changes being the weather and the fact that, sometime during the course of the past year, your age increased one integer.

Have a nice day.

Come again soon.

A pleasure meeting you.

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Let's do lunch.
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Anne Onymous
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