“The Other Other Day” / Memorable Fancies #1141

     In the language of my country, we speak of two days only: today and “the other day,” as in “…the other day in the marketplace…”, or “I didn’t feel well the other day.”

   Tomorrow is yesterday and yesterday is tomorrow; there is only the present tense and the tense that means “the other day”: any day but today.

   And what happens on that other day? It’s the day when everything goes right. Not today.

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