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Happy Birthday, 2012

On the 21st of Decem­ber, last year I told myself, that I would want to write some­thing here, that oblig­a­tory post that I post  every year.

To be fair, I did try to pen some­thing, although I would not say pen because that ‘pen some­thing’ was actu­al­ly a form of vir­tu­al entry that I have in my brain, that sor­ta thing.

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Lonely

I woke up in the morn­ing today to find out that I was alone at home. I made my way to the kitchen to make myself some break­fast; there was some left­over from last night.

While break­fast was being heat­ed up, some left­over meat­balls and spaghet­ti, I was hav­ing that weird feel­ing of being alone.

I put on some movies and tried to con­cen­trate, I can’t. Lunch time came, and the same thing hap­pen. Cooked myself lunch, tried to sit in front of that giant LCD TV that I bought myself, but I still could not con­cen­trate with what is going on on the TV.

Din­ner was the same, this time I gave up try­ing to put some­thing on the TV, and just stuffed my face with the food.

I had not logged in to my Face­book, my Twit­ter was left dor­mant. It’s not that I pur­pose­ly did that. More like when I want­ed to tweet about some­thing, no one replied to me, and I find it rather depress­ing.

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The gay casanova

I am sure we all heard, about that homo­sex­u­al guy rap­ing and rob­bing from fel­low gay peo­ple.

I got to admit, I am dis­gust­ed by his acts. Not only you are rob­bing them off their vir­gin­i­ty and prop­er­ties, you have also put in a scar that will scar them for life, STD.

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The girl in the freak accident

While watch­ing the Inter­net race itself past me, I could not help but to notice a tor­rent of cries and spurs about BHPetrol back home.

It was first a glimpse of a freak acci­dent. It then turned out to be some­thing inhu­mane, if you will. The sto­ry of two petrol kiosk atten­dant refus­ing to loan a fire extin­guish­er that could have save a young lady’s life.

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