But then. . .
(This was originally a note on my Pocket PC.)
But then, what the foo would happen? The keyboard is much better.
So, when the subject is sitting across the aisle with another guy, then what is to be done? The speaker is giving out a severe TMI here, at least in my opinion, but I suppose it mattereth not. Hyuga! Random thoughts, random words, random phrases. That’s what’s going on here. But what would be correct in this case? It’s obvious that we are at least friends. On the other hand, what am I to do when the other guy is there? Mr. X and Miss Y, let’s call them. Mr. X is obviously more of a boyfriend figure to Miss Y over there, but she’s only been in town for the summer and she said to me that it’s an off-and-on thing; that she’s open to other options. While this is certainly true, as witnessed by our two dates so far, it is still evident that they are together, if for no other reason than that he was first. (I’m not saying that that *is* the reason, so don’t get the wrong idea.) But, no matter the reason, I still don’t know what to do when both of them are present, to still express interest, but not step on any toes. Time to sing!