Monday, November 22, 2010


I read it. It didn't look any different from the other contracts that I had signed before. Call center contracts were even more elaborate than it was and I understood them so this was a no-brainer. The funny thing was that I didn't remember that the pay the I put on my contract was just for one cut off. Dumbass. So the president teased me and said that she was grateful and that she would pay me that much from now one. She's nice and kinda reminded me of Miss Tasha from E-lamp. She seemed strict but she explained things the best way she could. She was always very strict about rules (my new lady boss) but was reassuring with her prompt compliments. I countersigned my boo-boo and decided that it was time to go home. I didn't actually want to sign anything until I read something and until I finished all of my classes. I didn't want to drag my students into the situation in case there was something that I didn't approve of that was in the contract.

Fortunately, there wasn't anything that irked me so I signed it.

If the relentless rain is a sign of blessings, then I welcome that I was soaked to my panties today.

Sadly, it seems my crush has found a "you and me against all odds" person now. So the spot for my eternal Ne Sarang is still open.

I got propositioned by another married man again. I guess it's just my luck. He asked me to go out when he comes home to Pinas. Sorry I have retired from that kind of life. I am a good girl now. I proposed that I would hang out in a well-lit place with our common gay friend and my ex if need be. But not alone, never in secret and not in the dark.

I have other plans with my life. I've experimented enough and learned all possible lessons to learn about love, morality and common sense. So fool me once, your fault. Fool me twice, it's my own idiocy that couldn't possible be forgiven.

If I have to pick between getting soaked in the rain that is loneliness and burning in hell, I'd drown, thank you very much. Mermaid naman ako e.


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