If I had a dollar for every time I was interrupted today, I'd be very rich. What a pity that our ears can not hear two separate conversations at one same time. If our ears could hear two conversations at one time, shouldn't we technically be able to speak twice as much in proportion to the amount of ears that could take in what we were saying?
Why is it that some people are interrupted more than others? Are their thoughts not consistently profound or interesting? And why are some people so insistent that they finish their thought even when they have clearly interrupted someone else. It's like playing verbal chicken. Who is going to back down? Usually, I don't care if I'm interrupted because in general, speaking takes energy. But lately, apart from my parents, no one really seems to want to hear my thoughts, and they're just swimming around up there.