Modern manners: A is for an aspirational life

Everything is now aspirational and nobody actually makes a commitment to anything, thanks to the precedent set by negotiations in the North.

5th February, 2005

Everything is now aspirational and nobody actually makes a commitment to anything, thanks to the precedent set by negotiations in the North.

Here's a typical example: “Meeting the Triple A gang 4 drinks on Fri after work. Wanna come?” Reply: “Fab idea! Hope 2 c u there. Will text Fri.”

Friday morning comes around; “R U still up 4 drinks 2night?”

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