UK households cancel streaming subscriptions in record numbers
They looked at each other. They looked back to the screen. It had stopped. Then they looked at each other. Silence. He looked at his feed, a conversation he was no longer involved in. He tried to add some generic comments and thoughts: “yes, but not in the South,” as Stephen Potter suggested. They knew. Of course they knew. He was no longer in. No longer bingeing. The speaker tried to help: “Shall I play some music for you?” He looked over at her again. She smiled. It would be alright. They’d be alright. Silence wasn’t bad. They’d be alright.