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It made sense to swear off together, to pool our loathing of the Whispers God Angles Skillet Band Christ Guitar Shirt sex and get to share a bed with someone at the same time. Our friends were all paired off, our careers seemed to have hardened into permanence, we were frightened of being left alone for the rest of our lives. Only people of a certain disposition are frightened of being alone for the rest of their lives at twenty-six; we were of that disposition. Everything seemed much later than it was, and after a few months, she moved in with me.

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We couldn’t fill a room. I don’t mean that we didn’t have enough stuff: she had loads of books she was an English teacher, and I had thousands of records, and the flat is pretty Whispers God Angles Skillet Band Christ Guitar Shirt anyway I’ve lived here for over ten years, and most days I feel like a cartoon dog in a kennel. I mean that neither of us seemed loud enough, or powerful enough so that when we were together, I was conscious of how the only space we occupied was that taken up by our bodies. We couldn’t project the way some couples can.

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Sometimes we tried when we were out with people even quieter than we; we never talked about why we suddenly became shriller and louder, but I’m sure we both knew that it happened. We did it to compensate for the fact that life was going on elsewhere, that somewhere Michael and Charlie were together, having a better Whispers God Angles Skillet Band Christ Guitar Shirt than we with people more glamorous than us, and making noise was a sort of defiant gesture, a futile but necessary last stand.

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