'You should come, Tuesday. There's a Roman Centurion. He's...'
'I've seen him in town, showing the kids around.'
'He doesn't wear much, does he?'
'I changed groups. I was with the fat centurion, but when I saw him I changed groups.'
'He does weights. I look at him doing the weights...'
'Yeah. Me too. Didn't look at the Roman stuff - was too busy looking at him.'
'What do they chant? Do you hear them?'
'Something in Latin, isn't it?'
'That Roman Centurion, though. You should go on a Tuesday.'
'All he wears is that loin cloth...'
'And some armour.'
'Not that he notices me.'
'That's coz you're married, see Lind.'
'No one whistles at me any more neither.'
'They must know you're married.'
'Yeah, that must be it.'
'Can't jump as much now, either.'
'Yeah, I suppose.'
Independent clauses should not be joined with a comma.
If two or more grammatically complete sentences are not joined by a conjunction then a semicolon should be used. Alternatively the two clauses could be either made into two complete sentences separated by a period (full-stop) or joined by a comma and then a conjunction.
e.g. Dr Grump frequently overhears conversation at the gym; sometimes she attempts to find an empathy that really isn't there, and this saddens her and further increases her sense of isolation.
lascivious = feeling or revealing overt and often offensive sexual desire.