a preponderance of punctuation marks (reedrover) wrote,
a preponderance of punctuation marks
reedrover

Grrrrr

The woman diagonally across the hall from me just sprayed aerosol "room freshener" in her office and left for the weekend.

1. It's cinnamon
2. It's strong enough to make my eyes water from inside my office
3. I have to sit here the rest of the day.
4. No, really, I was not planning on an allergy attack for the afternoon. But thanks for NOT THINKING ABOUT ME, YOU STUPID, INCONSIDERATE muttermumble.

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