Right here. *points*
You might want to get that looked at.
Right here. You see this right here? *points to the issue*
That’s it. That’s where your leak is. Can’t you feel it? It looks like it hurts.
No. No. There’s no leak there.
There really is. I can see it, and so can everyone else. They are walking way around it to avoid the fallout.
Are you SURE you don’t feel that? *looks unconvinced*
Nothing is leaking. I don’t feel a thing.
starts looking a bit concerned
Yes. I’m sure. Let’s get this patched up for you.
First, we have to figure out what this is all about.
What, exactly are you trying to say here in this sentence? *points to the comment on the screen*
Well, that I don’t like that thing.
I see. That’s totally valid. That’s not the issue, then.
We’ll have to look deeper. What about that thing don’t you like?
Oh. Now we’re getting somewhere. Unfair. Got it. What’s unfair about this thing?
Well, I can’t have it. And I want it. And other people seem to get it. And I can’t see why. And I deserve it.
Ahhh. I see the issue, now.
I like to use the analogy of leaking to poke fun at dominance and power and how easily they seem to be damaged by everyday things.Continue reading “Pssst! You’re Leaking Power.”