Area Man Makes Plans Just For The Sweet Relief of Canceling Them
Stating that he simply enjoys the sensation, area man Jason Kupris, 27, has taken to making plans with friends and family weeks, even months in advance, with the explicit intent to cancel them. Kupris, whose social calendar is often packed with various lunch dates, coffee meet ups, and hang out sessions, reportedly enjoys the sweet dopamine rush from canceling such events mere hours before he’s meant to head out the door. Kupris, who up until recently was always an out-and-about socialite, says he discovered the satisfaction of flaking out after getting a cold that prevented him from going to a family friend’s Easter potluck, and was immediately hooked. “At first it was a coffee date here and there…a LAN party here and there”, said Kupris, explaining his unreliability, “but I was still chasing that first high”. He recalls a particularly chilling incident in which he booked a round trip flight and hotel room for a weekend trip to Atlantic City with friend Darren Zaff, but then cancelled the entire excursion for a $1400 loss. “It was worth it”, notes Kupris. However, those around him say it his consistent unreliability is unhealthy, as his cousin Piper Kupris explains: “listen everyone enjoys a good cancel now and then”, her brow sweating with frustration, “but every weekend? There’s no way your step sister has a viola recital that often.”At press time, friends and family had planned a full-on intervention with pre-written letters and circular chair formations, but Kupris was reportedly unable to attend due to a splinter that required professional help.