The service is pretty laissez-faire here.
I wouldn’t comment on the servant class.
I’m not trying to make a comment on class.
My book is a class commentary.
I read your book.
Did you like it?
It’s super short, which I like.
I worked on it for five years.
The middle part has a specific ambiguity too it, which I like.
I specified the specifics in the latter chapters.
Your specifics were pretty unspecific.
You can argue specifics without specifying, seriously.
Yeah. These waffles are seriously going on myspace.
Don’t you have an Instagraham?
Just myspace and AIM.
Tell me more about your book.
I started writing it when I went to Canada to do community service building playgrounds. It’s really a commentary on the socio-economic borders of wealth and the super-rich.
It’s definitely about the super rich.
I should have added some significance toward the end.
Yeah it gets a little insignificant toward the back of the book.
I love writing children’s books.
Yeah, I don’t like that as much.
I love how formulaic the writing process is.
The characters have shallow aspirations.
What do you mean?
It’s not realistic. I read a lot of non-fiction.
But what are aspirations?
The characters aren’t real to me.
No, what does aspirations mean?
I don’t really know.
Do you even like children?
I almost expected you to ask that.
You talk about how much you love children in your book.
That’s not what it’s about.
You should write something else, maybe.
I want to write something really significant.
Your book was pretty good.
It wasn’t significant though.
No, it wasn’t significant.