This is a short skit/vignette showing the contrast between a world in which everyone is singlet, and a world where everyone is plural.
The first of this series was posted on PRF: https://www.pluralityresource.org/forum/showthread.php?tid=2245&pid=32205#pid32205
Today's episode is inspired by a scene from The United States of Tara, where a new acquaintance says to Tara "I want to meet one!" -.-
So, here's what that looks like in a Singular world. Act I.
A typical office in corporate America. Coworker A walks up to Coworker B's desk.
A: Hey there! You know, we're really lucky to have you on board. How are you settling in?
B: I'm really liking it. Everyone here is really supportive and friendly!
Coworker A looks at B's pictures of her children on her desk.
A: You have kids?
B: Yeah. This is Amanda and this is Michelle.
A: How old are they?
B: Amanda is 12 and Michelle is 8.
A: Adorbable! They look just like you. What are they like?
B: Um...well Amanda likes playing sports and music. Michelle is in that "Disney Princess" phase. She loves Frozen and pretends to be Els...
A: Can I meet one?
A: I want to meet one! Can we call up Amanda? I'd love to talk to her!
A: Or how about the little one! What's her name?
B: <glares> Michelle...
A: She seems like a sweet kid. Let's call her! Is she at school right now? Oh, I can't wait to talk to her!
B: No! You can't! What the hell is wrong with you?!
And SCENE! Act II
Same setting. Same characters. But now they're plural.
A: Hey there! You& know, we're really lucky to have you& on board. How are you& settling in?
B: We're really liking it. Everyone here is so supportive and friendly!
Coworker A looks at framed drawings on B's desk.
A: Who's that?
B: Oh! <picks one up> This is me.
A: Ah! So that's what you look like?
Coworker A points at another drawing of a younger person.
A: Is that you, too?
B: Yeah. That's me when I'm little. I age slide.
A: I do too! <looks at a drawing of three guys looking smug> Who are they?
B: Oh, them. They're "The Regulators". Brats. They're a subsystem.
A: <smiles and shakes head>
B: Yeah. I still have to get a few more picture frames for the others in our system.
A: I have a few to spare. You should see my cubicle, the walls are covered in pictures. We're a gateway system.
SCENE! The basic "moral" of this story in particular is: "If you wouldn't say it to a singlet, don't say it to a member of a plural system."
Hope you& enjoyed it ^^