Two friends meet repeatedly over time, always alternating the meeting spot. Leaving aside the companionship, other reasons made the meeting to repeat for years. Notice the years passing was one of them. Realize the way to see things was changing, another reason. Those meetings were almost predictable. The conversations, the habits, and movements did not change. Only the scenarios changed. The scenarios were the base of the meetings. Without it, the meetings did not work. What happened was that, over the time the repertoire went short, and the meetings, even though being predictable, have become more important than the scenarios. The eye of the two friends began to guess the scene through the other. Acquiring this smooth transparency, the friends began to see differences characters mixed between them, that already gone through that place. They themselves mated with their past meetings. The scenery, dissolved the characters. From one day to the other, they never met again.