Jules Vine

thanks to Jules Vines for helping out this week

The theme for this week’s JVG Radio Method poem is “He Said She Said“.

This week’s topic was “said”, well I think that was what JVG wanted, hard to know sometimes.

I decided on an observation about modern “conversation” rather than a poem.

Now a conversation requires at least two participants and the odds of JVG helping out were pretty long but lucky for me, the wonderful Jules Vines from Liminality was up for it.

So how did it work out?

Have a listen to how it went below…

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He said, she said

What was that, I was asleep for God’s sake?
It’s just twitter
Twitter? Can’t it wait till the morning?
Might be important, only take a sec
Ooooooh
Well what is it, I’m awake now
Hmmm – she said, he said, that you said what I said
What?
She said, he said that you said what I said
She said, he said that I said what you said?
No,no, no, no, no
She said, he said that you said what I said
That’s what I said!
No you said she said
Well you said she said
No I said she said, he said that you said what I said
But I didn’t say anything
Well she said, he said
I don’t believe I’m having this conversation
Listen, is it she said what he said, or she said what he said?
Yeah
Yeah what?
What you said
I thought you said that I said what you said?
That’s what she said he said
So if I said what you said, what was said?
Nothing was said
So no-one said what she said he said, that I said what you said?
Correct
So how could I have said what you said?
Look, I just said what they said
What, he said, she said?
Well said
Said what?
I can’t remember, you know how many tweets I get a minute?
You’re a dickhead
Who said?
I said
Hang on, another tweet, could be important
Enough said

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