How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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Sarah is having a bit of a panic attack, because she's now become convinced that 'Manda has decided that she's a bad person and everyone else will be convinced of this as well, and her friends will go *poof*.

Unfortunately, it's really hard to convince Sarah that reality doesn't work the way she thinks it does. She's set herself up in a universe where she's doomed to fail- but at least she knows what's coming. This leads to almost perpetual debates over... everything. Daily. Last night it was that she was allowed to wear heels and did not have to always dress functionally- she could dress for looks too (she was of the mind that it was wrong to be feminine).


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