In My Friendly Confession of the Day, Romnie shares a private self-reflection with his best friend Adela about his observation powers.
ROMNIE: Alright, alright so I’m going to tell you something, I’m going to share something with you that is really strange…I don’t even know how to put it into words but it’s—well, let me shut up and tell you…
You ever people watch? (beat) You ever sit back and observe people in conversation or even when someone is by themselves, like having a coffee in a cafe or something?
There are times when I look at people and I can see how they are built, like a machine, like, I can observe a person and break them down, break down their behavior, their function, the sound of their voice, their facial expressions, their mood, their overall vibe…it’s like I can reverse engineer their being, like I’ve seen them before and actually know them but know the person so well, that I can literally define their existence.
That’s some weird shit, right?
Here’s the thing, it isn’t guess work, it’s a sense…I can sniff out a human beings building blocks and it takes a matter of seconds…I’ve come across some of the most beautiful people in this world and I’ve also come across some extremely dark energies…it’s a feeling I receive, like a satellite picking up a frequency.
Anyway, that’s my friendly confession of the day…so you think I’m strange?
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