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I spent my first ever Christmas alone. Or did I? They may not celebrate Christmas in Taiwan, but I still had a blast.
This is the situation I was in, wanting either a pancake or a beer, when I walked past the most improbable of all signs: Ken’s pancake and bar.
Whenever I leave my house and walk down the dirt path to the road, there’s a bevy of small girl children who chase after me. “NataLEE! NataLEE!” they love to call out, as though the name itself has some magical power. One small girl in particular will throw her arms...
I ran into my maid this morning, as I was coming home from a whorehouse Christmas party that I’d gone to with the Junkie and the Student.
I met up with a pal today. He was shopping for a loo. “I’ve never shopped for a toilet before,” he said, as we looked at the options. “Me neither,” I said.
There’s this kid that comes around to my house every day asking for money. Malinis, he says. I’ll clean your dog poo. Forty. Forty. Malinis. I hate this kid.
There’s more to Angeles City than what most people see. It’s a shithole, sure, but I like that no matter how hard you scrub, this city will never be clean.
The random manicness of the Philippines has meant a change of pace. The only way to survive is to slow down.
We were struck by an earthquake, and I was struck by the humanity of it all.
After having a chat with the universe, I’ve decided to call Angeles City in the Philippines home. Here’s why (tl;dr idk)
I’m super excited to launch my daily writing bot again this year, just in time for Nanowrimo 2018. And this time, he has his own page – The Daily Writing Bot. Naw! Isn’t he cute! What’s The Daily Writing Bot? A bot is simply an automated message that gets sent...