There’s a girl but I let her get away It’s all my fault ’cause pride got in the way And I’d be lying if I said I was ok About that girl the one I let get away I keep saying no This can’t be the way we’re supposed to be I keep saying no […]

After sometimes, I’ve finally made up my mindShe is the girl and I really want to make her mineI’m searching everywhere to find her againTo tell her I love herAnd I’m sorry ’bout the things I’ve doneI find her standing in front of the churchThe only place in town where I didn’t searchShe looks so […]

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This is a humorous story where the speaker explains the office policies, as well as gossip about the staff, to a new employee. It is extremely easy to read as the sentences are short and without any overly difficult words. Many working English learners will relate to it as it explains the absurdities of modern office life and how so little of it makes sense.

What Is Great About It: Modern workplaces often feel like theaters where we pretend to work rather than get actual work done. The speaker exposes this reality that nobody will ever admit to. He over-explains everything from the view out the office window to the intimate details of everyone’s life—from the overweight loner to the secret serial killer.

It talks about the things that go unsaid; how people at the office know about the deep secrets of our home life, but do not talk about it. Instead, the secrets become just blend into the office environment, like a potted plant that is seen but does not stand out.

The speaker accomplishes this by discussing the details of the tragic death of a coworker’s wife in the same unwavering, mundane (normal) tone as he discusses the details of the copier and office refrigerator. This absurd balance manages to make the story both light and deep at the same time.

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