A man in Cairo calls Tokyo for phone sex.
“Hey, is this Ben? We’re out deep in the forest, Ben.”
Way out in the woods. Miles from anyone.”
“Heavy underbrush, briars, just a narrow path tickling its way through.”
“There’s a stream we hear. And birds.”
“A little breeze but still too hot to wear a shirt.”
And so on from these civilized and stranded boys, who, before even imaginary fucks, must first resume the world, return the green, a stream where they can tug off their pants and swim. A whole forest, restored, before one can snarl,
“I’m the forest ranger and you, mister, have pitched a tent with no permit.”