black and white dreams by Bogdan Dragos

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by the time she was done rolling that cigarette it looked like a broken, gnarly twig regardless, she put it between her lips, lit a piece of nacho on fire and used that to light the cigarette and then just watched the nacho burn until the flames reached her fingers “Do you remember when dreams used to have colors?” she asked “Color?” he said, and thought about it. “Yeah, it was back in the days when I was a kid and movies were black and white.” She watched him through a veil of smoke that she thickened by blowing some more. “Wow, you’re, like, old as fuck then.” “Old enough to know there were better times, dear. Way better times. When dreams had color and sound…” “Listen,” she said, “is this a rant on technology and how it fucks our minds an’ all that?” “What? Not at all. I mean…

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        1. ʕっ• ᴥ • ʔっ The drawings are like my ‘signature response’. I add some of ’em everywhere I post a comment. It’s nice :))

          Oh, and I’m quite close to Bulgaria myself. Neighboring it to the north to be more precise. I live in Romania (ツ)

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          1. I agree – your drawings are nice. Do you invent them yourself?
            I’ve never been to Romania (I have only been to Bulgaria in that region) – is it a pretty place to live?

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            1. I actually just copy-paste the drawings
              ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

              And Romania… oh, it’s a nice enough place. See, the secret is to not know of any better, then you truly appreciate what you have :))

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            2. You are a very wise person. The guy that sells The Big Issue outside of Marks & Spencer in York is Romanian too. I think he’s going mad from being there seeing all those people and their money. As you say, it’s better to appreciate what you have.

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