Reaing Respond – Article Example

Number] Reading Response This short narrative is a reminder how one deems someone a close friend and they keep breaking one’s expectation eventually a time comes, when one is unable to trust the veracity of their statement at all. Continuous absence in times of need and experience sharing moments is vital for friendships and close knitted relationships. However, if a person fails to see his promises he becomes “missing/ insignificant” after a certain period of time. Then their presence and stance means not much of consistency and meaning. However, there is some sort of connection which you just can’t break it, the same is the case with Marie and Billy, who can’t let him go and do not appreciate his presence (after a long time) either. There’s sturdy friendship is on the verge of changing and this change is due to the absence of the uncaring Friend (304-306, Remnick and Finder).
The exact criteria to diagnose if the other person in the intimate relationship is in love or not is not theorized yet. However, the author pinpoints how women often fail to see those typical men, who make this special bond tiresome and unworthy of their earnest feelings. Women in their desperate plan to meet and commit with the right man often ignore gruesome traits of the opposite gender, which eventually makes them vulnerable in their own skin and they end up being miserable. The wheedler, Tomcat and the No-Goodnik are basic examples which author pinpointed as mistakes expecting them to show change of heart for “the loved one” is a rare observation. If they have a particular inclination which is visible, the fact is this will go unchanged either they are committed or single (306-309, Remnick and Finder).
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Remnick, David, and Henry Finder. Disquiet, Please!: More Humor Writing from the New Yorker. New York: Modern Library, 2010. Print.
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