It’s a boutique thing

boutique (n.) “trendy fashion shop,” 1950, earlier “small shop of any sort” (1767), from French boutique (14c.), from Old Provençal botica, from Latin apotheca “storehouse” (see apothecary). Latin apotheca directly into French normally would have yielded *avouaie.

You’re holding an audition.
Many sentences will try out.
One gets the part.*

Verlyn Klinkenborg

What is the one thing that you have to offer through your life,
That no-one else can replicate because,
When they try,
It becomes something else?

*Verlyn Klinkenborg’s Several Short Sentences About Writing.

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