We’ve become a culture of distrusting, angry people.
That’s who we are, everyone’s angry. Weird angriness as well. In places where it shouldn’t be. I was in Checkers the other day. I’m just shopping. It’s a normal experience, you know? I get to the cashier and, those people are so angry. Like, I don’t know what Checkers does to their employees. But they are clearly
not enjoying it. Because I get to the till, she doesn’t greet me.
She doesn’t even look at me. She just pushes the little conveyer belt thing. All my groceries pull up, she’s like. *Sound of a grocery scanner beeping* “Shhhh” They look at you like your dad invented the barcode. *sound of buttons on a cash register* *Sound of a grocery scanner beeping* Then they look at you and ask you that question
like you kill baby panda bears for a living. “Plastic?” “No, I am fine. Thank you.” “No, I’ll just hold it, I’ll just, yea.” “I’ll just. No, no. Thank you, thank you.” They’re so angry. And they look angry. Because they’ve drawn they’re eyebrows on. And that permanent scowl. I don’t understand that trend it
fashion, I am honest with you. Why would you shave your eyebrows off? and then draw them back on where they were? It’s weird, but I also commend it you know. That level of commitment has to be commended. Because I don’t understand how anyone can
commit to one expression for the entire day. Like how do you choose that expression? Do you just work on how you feel in the morning?
Is that what you do? You just wake up and be like, “I’m feeling angry!” “Haaaaa!” What if something good happens? Something good. You’d be like, ”Yea Temby, you won the Lotto.” “Yay!” “You don’t look happy.” “I just can’t show it.” “I’ll draw it tomorrow.”