The goddess didn’t give me a break as I had hoped. In fact she demanded that I dispatch this script ASAP.
It’s my birthday and my Facebook wall is already complaining. Friends, why can’t we convert all that goodwill to somehow make my bank account complain? That’d be thoroughly appreciated.
As for the goddess, I’m still mad at her because she always feels this egoistical need to impose herself – Dominatrix witch!
I’d only be forgiving her because she somehow managed to feature an abstract me in this piece. I kind of understand her pretend aloofness though, she doesn’t have a birthday so she’d probably be confused as to how to feel. I’m sure there’d be a nice box of jealousy, though, in her emotional variety pack.
May I get this over with? beating the gong like a disgruntled employee, because on my birthday, AfroSays:
MY CHILDHOOD AND THEIRS
– The Hunchback of Notre Dame taught that when you’re ugly and poor, chics won’t dig you so it’s better you stay in church.
– I learnt from the Alladin that there’s always idiots trying to get your chic and no matter how many times you mitigate the threat, they just won’t stay away.
– Mulan taught us that it’s okay to dress like the opposite sex and we shouldn’t discriminate.