19th September 2002:
Caitlin Pigtails: More whine, vicar? sillustrated by Katarina Karlsson
"When I joined you, all those years ago, I knew that it was easy to divide the world up. There are many ways to divide people. For example, everybody falls into one of three groups: those who can do maths, and those that can't. Similarly, I assumed the world could be divided into the people who were on Sinister and those who weren't."
"Normal people have relationships like they drink water. They meet someone, and suddenly, bang, they're going out. They know what to do to get from Point A to Point B. It all happens naturally; they don't need to think about it. It's in their blood.
I'm one of those people who can't do that. It doesn't happen. The bridge between my mind and another's never appears. And I kind of assumed that most of Sinister was like that too. Recently, though, I've found that I got it all wrong. All B&S fans except me are deep in "loving relationships". Nearly everyone on #sinister, it turns out, is seeing someone. They can just chat to each other a couple of times and suddenly know that they love each other, that they are made for each other, that everyhing will be all right. That just doesn't make sense."
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