A Nicole Sandwich

I ask, “How are you meant to know what you like when sometimes you’re not sure?” and Jack says, “You just know. You make that decision. And if it’s not split you’re doing something wrong. If your like or dislike isn’t instant, there are problems.” But I always thought things warmed. That people don’t gel, necessarily, naturally. That you take a pinch and a meet-up in a second could sputter into something or just as easily lose you Facebook friends. Face to face is difficult.

“I didn’t like you first,” I say. “You were uptight, obnoxious, you didn’t know the name of Tom Cruise’s first wife or even the name of his third one. But you’ve grown. You watched all my suggestions. You’ve seen The O.C. all the way through. You’re actually an alright person. Now.”

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