Monday, December 04, 2006

Have you ever noticed that when your talking to someone about something, your conversation quickly changes on and on and on until it's time to go?
I went over to a friend-of-mine's house to hang out. Her siblings were catching up on homework, but she had some free time. We played a board game (about 15 minutes long) then we just talked
(about 1 hour 50 min. long) Then I had to go.
I quickly noticed how our conversation evolved to go on and on and on about different things, but we never changed the subject.
This is as if two people were talking about the upcoming winter season.
Say me , and my friend were the two. I'm Lanna, she's Nika. L and N.

N: Well, winter is here.
L: The calender lies once again.
N: It always lies.
L: I hate lies.
N: My friend lied to me the other day.
L: What about?
N: She said she had to baby-sit for a friend at noon, but really the woman was a complete stranger to her.
L: I baby-sat yesterday.
N: For who?
L: My dance teacher.
N: How's she doing?
L: Fine, I guess.
N: Is she starting lessons with you anytime soon.
L: No, she won't for a while. She's too busy.
N: It makes it hard to do stuff when there is so much ice on the road.
L: Yeah, it's been cold lately. Winter has come so soon.

Here, the conversation has come around through several subjects, but has come back to the start.

I have nothing more to say. I just though I should point that out.



Austin said...

This reminds me of a game my friend and I used to play in public school while the teachers were teaching stuff we already knew.

We would pick a word, and then we would write the first word that it brought to mind on the next line. Then whatever word that immediately brought to mind, we would write on the next line, and so on, only it goes really fast. It's fun.

Keith M. said...

lol. Austin that sounds awesome! I love to reflect on conversations and see how far they've gone. =D

Lanna said...

I'll have to keep that one in mind for those very rare times that I have nothing to do.

sunny_12 said...

Lanna, next time we are in a play, and we're sitting backstage passing notes with other people,we should do that.
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sunny_12 said...

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Daisy said...

Lanna, I've noticed that a conversation can go on for a really long time...but I've never had a conversation that stays on one thing like what you discribed on your post for that long. for me after about 20 minutes, it's like, "Now what?" Or "umm."
I like having conversations with you, though. Because sometimes I find a place where I can change the subject and when I do, we talk on and on about what I want to talk about. =)

Austin said...


I commented again on your post about the devil.

Austin said...

Merry Christmas, Lanna!

Post soon!

Daisy girl said...


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Tell her she needs to post again, too!

Austin said...

I don't think she's still using that one. The last post is from June.

Daisy said...

I know......thats why I don't want her to forget it! it was COOL!

Daisy said...

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Lanna said...

Jeez, that's old.

Don't visit that one. OLD.

I got the message.