narrative on relationships
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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A different personHave you ever wanted to have a kayak in your tiny flat, where there are two mountain bikesand a huge traffic sign? Well, believe it or not, one day I had to convince my friend Fran not tobuy one.I met him in high school. We were in the middle of another boring lesson of who knows whatabout History when somebody began to laugh, so loud that the teacher got completelyannoyed. The student was, of course, Fran.Things like that were very common those years. For instance, I remember one day during aclass of Physical Education. We had to play rugby. So there was Fran, convinced that he was anAll Black (a member of the most famous rugby team). By chance, one girl caught the ball, but nosooner had she taken it in her hands than he ran to her furiously. To our utter surprise, hethrew her to the floor. That had been totally unbelievable. He only said: "This is rugby, what didyou expect?"A few years after ending our secondary studies he became my new flat mate. Living with himwas a mixture between happiness and desperation. He could arrive home with the mostunusual thing that you could imagine (for example, the huge traffic sign, which stayed with usfor more than a year), but I have to admit that he made me laugh a lot.Nowadays I dont have any contact with him, but, who knows, perhaps in the future I will havea kayak in the middle of my living room.