Gestures and scripts, narrated physicality made into humour.
The humour is made of the physical; the character stops and looks.
The character stops and looks, accusing
as a piece of inert matter apparently mocks their existence.
The inert matter is willful
and yet in every instance of scrutiny it
it appears as its appearance
which thwarts one’s gestures
and rewrites the desired narrative.
It is in narrative thwarted that we find humour arising.
It is in the humorous lubricate of frustration that narrative begins.
Unifying haptics, holding hands.