Sophisticated and distinguished, he puts his lips on the glass and a shiver runs down his spine. He lets himself go to the other self, revealing his true nature.
Bob gets inebriated too, just enough to be his true self.
Whose glass is it? It belongs to no one or it belongs to everybody! Who would ever suspect Bob?
Yet his being reveals itself when he can show all the controversies that are part of him. So, was that glass his then?
Bob is the elegant one sitting all the way at the end of the bar. He looks at other Bobs around him, they all look alike, but he is different.
He is not afraid to express his true essence. Today he has decided to take his time, adding the extraordinary to his ordinary…
Bob is familiar with the nature of an individual, which sometimes is unpredictable, and nobody better than him celebrates the ambivalence of human behaviour.