Alarna and Freya are close friends. They are sitting chatting
Freya- I can’t believe he did that.
Alarna- He just frustrates me sometimes, he doesn’t tell me anything, just always shooting off to his bloody work.
Freya- I don’t know how you can bare it.
Alarna- Don’t give me that! I’m just so used to you.
Alarna- You can’t disagree with me.
Freya- Sorry, my boss is quite demanding and my colleague is a unfeeling, ruthless, pig.
Alarna- well, we can’t have it all. I can imagine you get quite a bit Working for that company.
Freya- It’s reasonable, but the hours I have to spend with people who don’t give a damn about me or anything outside is frustrating.
Alarna- I can imagine. Being a newspaper editor, you’re quite aware of what’s going on around you.
Freya- Oh, trust me I know.
Alarna- Yes, I don’t know how but you seem to get a grasp on things before even my reporters do.
Freya- Just well-connected I guess.
Alarna- She says to a wife of an MP.
Freya- Who doesn’t talk to her.
Alarna- Okay, Okay.
Freya- How’s the baby coming long?
Alarna- Nope, nope, nope. Nothing about us. I want to hear about you Miss Freya Salami, and your love life.
Alarna- What about Johnny? Come on, he was perfect for you.
Freya- Right. He had a weird obsession with one direction. I think I was the wrong gender.
Alarna- Oh come on.
Freya- You better believe it.
Alarna- Hello Thomas! Come and join us.
Thomas- Hello beautiful, how is the pregnancy coming along?
Alarna- Great, just great. However you seem to be taking Daniel away from me.
Thomas- Oh, What do you mean?
Alara- Well, he’s always shooting off to work. Just yesterday we were making baby plans and he gets a call from work and leaves me there.
Thomas- I see. I’ll make sure he has more of a chance to spend time with you.
Alara- Thank you. It’ll be good to be able to have a sit down conversation for once in two months.
Thomas- Of course. And I believe we haven’t met miss…?
Thomas- I’m Thomas. It’s a pleasure to meet such a gorgeous woman.
Alara- I now feel rude, Thomas, Freya is my best friend since… since forever I guess.
Freya- Since you tried to kick me into a river.
Freya- We went to the same secondary school, Miss popular didn’t talk to me till I had a near death experience because of her.
Alara- I felt so bad! I hadn’t meant any harm.
Freya- No, I was more worried about your screaming bursting my ear drums.
Thomas- Ah, school days. Mine were a quite a while ago now.
Alara- Oh Thomas.
Freya- where did you go?
Alara- Did you even have to ask?
Freya- Now I think of it, of course you did. All politicians seem to. As my colleague would say, god forbid if anyone from a state school should have any power.
Alara- I thought you didn’t like her?
Freya- It isn’t that, she just gets on my nerves, I don’t understand how people can have so much apathy.
Thomas- Where did she go to school?
Freya- God only knows. I know nothing about her.