My mothers dating a vampire
It wasn’t the best idea she’s ever had, but she was desperate—she’s not about to leave her seven-year-old son to be raised by her rigid, overbearing in-laws.
She thought it was the friend of a friend who had watched their house. ALEX: She went to the friend and was like, "Hey, is th- is this a picture of your roommate? 7 times out of 10 they use the same headshot for everything. I was like, “Maybe they both like something that’s really rare and obscure.” They only have one interest in common. ALEX: It was a picture of a woman sitting on an IKEA bench that they bought together, on top of a old ratty sheepskin that her ex-boyfriend owned. It - I'm assuming that Molly didn't know who this person was. PJ: Somebody had been in their apartment who neither of them knew, and had taken a picture of themselves or an- and had a picture in their apartment and that picture was their Tinder photo? 'Cause he - he came to you with something that was kind of tantalizing -- like a mystery. ADAM: You didn’t tell me until after I was like, “Who is this? ADAM: Yeah, you -MOLLY: No, I could -ADAM: - said, “Fine, I’ll get a friend or something.” I do not remember you saying, “Oh yeah, by the way, I gave the keys to the person who gives me my coffee.” I -MOLLY: Wow. ALEX: [laughs] I mean, I feel like that was, like, prevailing wisdom though, in the Dark Ages. ALEX: Like th-PJ: Like, you'd go to your barber and they'd give you, like, a haircut and, like, leeches or whatever. PJ: So, in the end, I think this is a story about a person who -- in the modern age -- believes that baristas are also dog-walkers.