Who am I. The things that come out of everyone’s mouths form bodies all by themselves, who am I. Creative choices in how one shares bits of experience and thought are made constantly, who am I who am I. And through these choices, they make their own consciousness available to their audience. Can humor in the everyday be art in how it appeals to the audience with bits of consciousness, who am I. These bodies are not an identity, nor are they necessarily original, but they connect bits of breath and thought between us, who am I who am I. This work is intended to be a celebration of the joy, humor and subtleties of conversations over food. Who are you?