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The Undercover Shirt

Summary: If you could see what goes on with your friends, you would learn who to trust and who to confide in. But what is the best method of spying? Have you thought of being a shirt?
The Undercover Shirt

"Oh my god! She is like so totally mean! I was just like get a life and she was all like don't even go there and I was all like get your own boyfriend! Nobody even likes her! Seriously. No offense, but I don't even know why we put up with her."

Has anyone ever stopped to think about what goes on when they are not around? A friend begins talking about a so-called "friend", and the next minute their not friends. Sometimes, no one can be trusted. You think you know somebody, but it can never be certain. The truth could come out if there was a way to hear what someone was saying, that could seriously alter the way one person thinks about another. If I could, I would want to know everything said about me if I was not there to hear. The best way to do so would be by being a given person's shirt. It would be a great way to spy. It would not get dirty, it travels with the wearer everywhere, and it will stay intact in most situations. Say the situation was a gathering of friends at one of their houses, sitting around and talking. The conversation shifts, and I am brought up, I can hear all the things about me endlessly, without being harmed. Although the undercover shirt is a great way to spy without too many things going wrong, the are a few drawbacks. One could only listen to the gossip temporarily, until the shirt is removed. The shirt could be stained, and put in the wash. It could also be barowed and never returned. There are many ways I could use the information that I heard. Once I hear the things said about me, I know who my real friends are. I can use what I hear from them against them, and also tell others what the shirt wearer said.

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