This story may, or may not be real, but either way it's still silly to me when I do remember it.
I remember a long time ago, while I was riding the bus to college I was talked to by a young woman who apparently knew my name.
"Oh hey Kyle." she said, making my half awake self make a grunt that sounded somewhat like a greeting. It then occured to me to ask, as she was turned around to watch me in the seat infront of me.
"I'm sorry, where do I know you from? I'm at a loss."
And I swear to you not she says.
"We were In middle school, I bullied you remember?"
I didn't really give it to much thought, as I wasn't capable of it at the time, so I grunted and nodded, going back to whatever business my brain was off doing.
It's one of those things I questioned if it actually happened or not, I hope it didn't, because if so somebody out there has to deal with that embarrassment. Awfully specific to say you bullied a person, so perhaps it wasn't real... Or would she try and apologize? Whatever.
This has been another round of midnight ramblings with Orikanyo.
As a frequent user of the buses, I find that waiting for a bus is just a good time to lose yourself in your thoughts. And I often, when alone, talk to myself and have some fun, sing a song, dance a jig, play out voices and dialogue I may want to use in a DnD game I'm likely never going to DM for my friends.
So when I get in the mood for some mindless banter with whom I find as a rather good conversationalist, as in myself, I find myself often noticing another person is coming to sit or stand in awaiting the bus as I am. And for some ungodly reason I feel as if THEY just walked in on my conversation!
I know it is stupid, but it's a silly feeling that I cannot help feel, especially when I was in the middle of a rather engaging narrative.
I'm looking to get some players into a Southern Cross era Robotech game. You were pretty hyped about the Pathfinder one that died; are you looking to get into a new game? I'm very willing to work with people that are not familiar with the system but are willing to have a good time and post.