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Who needs for ever? I want a summer of beautiful vignettes. A friend of mine told me about this guy she met in the queue at Tesco Metro. When the lights came on, they headed back to his flat and had great sex, watched by a Simon Cowell cutout he had left over from a party.
After climbing out of a window on to the roof of his flat, she stayed until the sky turned from flamingo pink to lilac, to dark blue, and it was time for her to go home and get some sleep.
It was better to leave it at that anyway. Just one perfect night. The pandemic only exacerbated this tendency. So little happened that when something did, it felt as though it had to really mean something.
Each relationship was strung out and unpacked and reassessed until there was nothing left. There was a guy who regularly sexted me, and I asked him out so many times that his messages stopped. I wondered if me and my ex should give it one more shot, just to be sure.
I wondered if my work husband should become my actual husband. Having spent so much of the past year thinking in terms of the future, or dwelling on the past, I want to be — and sorry to sound like someone who writes inspirational statuses on LinkedIn — in the moment. I want to let men leave as freely as I let them arrive, instead of persuading them to stay until we become boring and repetitive; until they know I have to whistle to myself in order to piss; until I know they turn their socks inside out to get another wear out of them.
It made me think about someone I kissed at Notting Hill carnival back in He danced up to me and spun me around.
But I fancied him. I remember the slight wetness on his top lip, and the feeling of his hand on my hip. After a while, he danced away on the current of the crowd he washed in on. I wanted to get hisgo for a drink and find out what he does for work. Of course, I never did.
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