On contagion

Aristotle said it: we are social animals.
What we do and, even, what we think is largely influenced by those around us:

socialisation

 

I was reminded of this fact today. I took the youngest to a chess tournament. Once he was settled, I sat down with my coffee and tablet, looking forward to catching up on reading.

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Around me, people were munching away. All sorts of snacks. And I, who normally do not eat between breakfast and lunch, found myself feeling peckish.

 

Cue: a quick run to the shops.

 

One hour later, there I was. Siting down with my coffee and tablet, looking forward to catching up on reading. But, this time, I, too, had a snack πŸ˜‰

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