The despair

Susan. I wanted to love her, I tried to love her, I couldn’t.

Any kind of growth really irritates me.

I want to be normal. Normal! Like I don’t know that I’m pathetic.

“It’s George, will you marry me?” I said this to her. People this stupid shouldn’t be allowed to live.

I know less about women than anyone in the world. When women smile at me I don’t know what it means.

It’s a funny observation.

It’s an amazing thing.

I broke up with her. She asked me to. I was terrified. But I pressed on. I was just like those guys in the movies.

I was alone.

Jerry. She’s too crazy for me. You ask her out. Do that. You’re a fine person, you’re a humanitarian, she’s very sexy.

It’s a tough decision. Because … you know. It’ll be dangerous, sexually, something could happen.

So what!

I’m your best friend!

I don’t know what else I can tell you.

Why did it all turn out like this for me … I had so much promise.

What’s so funny?

You know me. Someday before I die, mark my words, I’m going to tell that woman exactly what I think of her.


I can’t tell you, don’t ask.

Jerry, what’s happening? I’m dead, I’m a dead man. I don’t want to go back to my place. I’m going to have to wait in that little room all by myself. Oxygen, I need some oxygen!

I’m riddled with personal problems. I have a fear of commitment. I don’t know how to love.

My whole life has been a complete waste of time.

What a blow to the culture!

Michael Mungiello
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