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What’s Yours is Mine

Pearl has a very egalitarian view of the world.

What’s his is his.

And what’s mine is his.

In fact, that rule also applies to family, friends, and strangers. If he wants it, it must be his.

Take grilled cheese, for example.

Let’s just say I have a plate upon which a tasty grilled cheese sandwich rests.

The approach is curious but casual:

Upon closer inspection, the dish passes muster.

After which the “what’s yours is mine” rule is invoked:

3 thoughts on “What’s Yours is Mine

  1. […] an interesting adjunct to the What’s Yours is Mine rule, Pearl also awards herself right of first refusal on every new object that enters her […]

  2. […] the dish pashes muster, it is officially yours under the “What’s Yours is Mine” law. So then you have to climb on to stake your claim. Or pull the desired item off the plate to […]

  3. […] only is the “what’s yours is mine” rule frequently – ok, always – invoked in the presence of things that sparkle, […]

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