You need to use it with a spatula.”
“Well, I’ve been looking through the catalog and there’s all kinds of different brands of spatulas.”
“I got some.”
It took me a while to remember how to use these spatulas—and then again—how to use spatulas without a spatula. But I soon learned that I could use a spatula with any of them, and I began to use many different brands of spatulas to apply a variety of substances to the inside of my mouth. The quality of the products made me wonder if this was just a clever marketing trick to draw more customers—which is what I thought I was doing. After all, I was trying to buy cheap, fast, and effective products instead of really expensive, expensive, and effective products.
I started buying products from a variety of sources—like drugstores, big-box stores, and other outlets of a variety of retail shops—but after a while I realized that I wouldn’t be able to afford the brands any more. I had a lot of disposable income; it made sense to keep on buying stuff for just this purpose. However, I knew that this would probably lead to me having a bigger problem than the amount of disposable income I had. I began to see that this problem was not only a problem for me, but for all kinds of people and companies, that were using the same kinds of ingredients and products, that are already widely available at the stores, and that I had to be careful of using—especially not because I had bad taste. Because if I did, I would get criticized by others, and even my parents would start to raise an eyebrow. They could even make fun of me in front of my friends.
Of course, even though I knew that, this was a problem that I had to think about. I couldn’t just sit around doing nothing, feeling smug. I had to find a solution for my problem.
“Well, well. You didn’t need to be so gloomy. It’s not really your fault that your parents wouldn’t approve of what you were doing. Don’t worry. That won’t happen to you.” Just then, a young guy came running toward me.
“Oh? My son came to visit me.”
That guy was wearing a blue t-shirt and black shorts. I was very interested in his appearance.
“What are you doing here?”
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