In medieval history, a ‘gossip’ was a benign name that might be applied to one’s friend, or member of the local population, who seemed to be ‘in’ on local events. It also was occasionally given by high nobles to a person who provided them with casual information about the the realm.
It was not always considered a negative and not all gossips were females, although in the chauvinist world, both connotations were assigned to women. Men became ‘advisors,’ a distinction without a difference.
He prefers to think he is at the top of the ‘approval’ poll, but that’s another fantasy.
I get you but I was suggesting his ‘mother loves me . . .’ Promoting a fantasy to Rosalyn when he believe the opposite.
Gossip is retelling something one knows about someone as if one has a right to do it. Sometimes it is just chatter of no consequence. Depending on the relationship between the subjects, the retelling can be friendly or malicious. And sometimes, again depending on relationships, gossip can be entirely fabricated with the intent to ridicule or demean.
The choice of method tells much about the character of the narrator.
Be interesting to see which film she slept through
Calvin’s fantasy world just never ends
Synchronicity: the id sign is small, and short, and lowest on the pole
A lot of stuff gets called sport because you have to be one to believe it.
‘Graphics’: i.e., when real life isn’t real enough.
I shot an arrow into the air
It landed, I know not whe. . .oopsie