unzipping opens up the purse.
Langston must have a huge purse. Everything is in her purse. Pictures of Dennis
Rodman, notes sent to some French Canadian, these are truly beautiful. Lots of
things collected themselves and migrated over to her purse. Such things are
inevitable. Collections occur because people like having things, particularly
Goring is metal. Her purse is equally metal. A magnifying glass indicates she
is going to become a private eye. Metals indicate nobody should mess with her.
For her to carry a crowbar indicates she may be dabbling in the robbery arts.
Binoculars merely confirm this sneaking suspicion.
Walters may be a baller judging from two whole pairs of sunglasses. Many are
fortunate to have only one pair of sunglasses. Doctors with bowties are
interesting characters. People wear bowties so others can refer to them as
interesting characters. This is the way the world works, probably. Red Cross
takes a lot of blood, and to a lesser extent sweat and tears.
Ruby possesses a fine pair of earbuds. Skullcandy earbuds are supposedly really
good so that’s a good thing to have. In fact people should always have a spare
pair of earbuds just in case. Her lollipop is of dubious legality but then this
is the future where the law remains mostly unaware of sweets.
Opheim keeps pens of various colors with her. This is of the utmost importance.
Pens are perfect. iPhones have their issues failing to keep misspellings, being
judgmental, and running out of battery. Wallets are great things to have via
the moneyed lifestyle. Quotes too add that little oomph to any conversation.
Whenever two people are talking and one of them says “Well so and so says this”
that person wins the conversation. The other loses. Addresses rest within her
hallowed purse lining.
Puga uses movie stubs to the maximum of their potential: taking up space in her
purse. Band-Aids are a really important thing to have in general. Cities are
cruel places full of concrete.
Carrete comes prepared. Everything in her purse has been carefully thought out.
An iPod is an old device. Apple gave up on making the iPod because people are
supposed to listen to their phones or some bullshit. Lots of cards are tucked
away. Many of them display her movement into becoming a responsible individual,
particularly the utility bills.
course it is always a good idea to end anything with Ana Carrete. A strong
reader, a strong writer, and a strong purse owner, she brings today to a