Next to two empty tables in front of me, a young couple, perhaps in college having heated discussion on a unique topic- Positive Attention! Wonder what does that mean..
Idle brain is devil's workshop and I decided to eavesdrop.
The upstairs of this store leads to a balcony with few coffee tables.
Two children are playing beside me, banging the big glass wall to get their mom's attention; their mom is sitting on the other side of the glass. They are making it impossible to eavesdrop. Also too much of honking on the street, difficult to concentrate on the couple's conversation. I have to improve my listening skills.
The young girl has shifted her topic to crushes and confession pages. She says some kind of confession would have had made her day.
She likes music and books. Great choices!
The girl is garrulous. The guy is suave. The guy is wearing a geeky black specs. I cannot see the girls face as she is sitting facing the guy. She is wearing blue top and has her hair untied.
Ok here it came- the topic of marriage! The guy just said "You change the diaper and I feed" The girl is definitely leaving, I thought. Or atleast will defend but to my surprise she is not defending but giving an example of probably a distant relative of how he literally changed after marriage, emphasising on the word literally.
Conclusion: the girl is not a feminist vampire and is relying on reasoning.
Thankfully the children have gone but the honking on the street continues.
Next topic - How relationship works! Both giving examples of their friends. The girl asked if he has any fears. Fear of water, he said. Embarrassed by his own answer, the guy tried to take sweet revenge and joked if she watches Fear Factor too much.
Now the guy starts his favourite topic! He mentions one of his favourite songs whose lyrics is all about sex. Coincidentally, the girl has listened to this song. They are unanimously talking in one voice now.
This topic has lead to parenting and openness of society.
"The more open the parents are, the less mistakes their children make", said the girl.
Interesting quote! Have to ponder if it holds true. Her mother is very open minded, she chirped.
She is 17, too young. Her birthday falls on 16th October 1997. I was wrong they must be in school.
The new generation (at 17) talking about sex, marriage, relationship, parenting et al.
I wonder what I use to talk when I was 17? Got the answer! Cricket it was.
Time to go! My coffee is over!
Oh, and the girl is wearing white shorts.