‘Imagine That You Meet Tom Cruise’ By Maya Berlyavsky

Imagine you’re going on a trip to London. You go to a Japanese restaurant, and on your way there you see it. You are the revered player on you. The story relates to Tom Cruise, but of course it could also be another celebrity, an important personality, actor, director or singer. Someone you admire. May be your favorite writer. How would you drive? Would you approach him, start a conversation with him? Would you shake hands? You might ask to take a selfie with him when he wraps his arm around you, in a photogenic pose. Would you like to tell him which movie you first saw, which one of his films you like best? Do you watch his bio-interviews when you have free time? Which soundtrack song from his films excites you most? You may want to tweet on Twitter, send both of you selfies together, turn the photo into your profile picture? Share with your followers on Instagram? Show your friends? Show off? Frame and put on the dresser next to your bed? Maybe ask for his signature?
On Twitter you never know who you correspond with. Don’t see the people responding to your tweets. In a video call you see the person, but that’s how anyone can answer you.
Along the way, take your cellphone with you and hear a lot of music from Tom Cruise’s soundtracks, with noise canceling headphones.

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