I wouldn want Gndoan and zil to be booed because its sad but they deserve it. And by the way, if they were playing in Turkey, they would get booed anyway, just look what happened to Arda Turan. Went from playing with Messi to Baakehir.Edit: added a few more thoughts.
There are ways around ruining people with your writing you want to take steps so that their identities are reasonably obscured. For example, change details about their appearance, their job, where they live etc. But if it’s about your mom and she’s still alive, well, there’s not a lot you can do to hide that one.
Small is suitable if you’re the type who keeps the head “still” and only your eyes move or flick from the stuff you’re working on then to another direction, but not if you always move your head with your eyes. It’s a common problem if you are an eye mover as it is your natural tendency to look from desk to screen (if working on a computer) and back again. You will find your self looking under your glasses when you look down at your desk.
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