Sometimes I think of snippets of dialogues or scenes that are interesting, but I don’t know what to do with them. I don’t know how to flesh it out into a story or if it should be a poem or a song. Here’s one of those ideas:
Boy: But are you interested?
Girl: Of course I’m interested; you’re cute. But I don’t know you, and I plan to not know you as much as I possibly can.
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