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Two Become One...

Let's get it on... Weekend of such delight. I won't share details online, because that's for me to know and for you to find out. But there are certain things I descovered that are worth taking note of. One of them is that the favorite word while doing it is "shit" and the phrase "Oh my god" is a very good indicator of good things. Now only am I satisfied to hear them, I found myself saying it over and over and over...

New things are happening to my life -- thanks to my conscious efforts. Not only do I feel great, but I'm thinking clearer now and I feel very complete. I like this feeling, so satisfied and calmly going about business. Now I know why successful people like having partners -- they feel complete. I feel complete, not only because I have a partner, but we're both so the same and think alike that it's very very easy to make a connection at a deeper level.

Now I understand why some people look for it a lot. And I understand why people get addicted to it too. But then I wouldn't say I'm addicted to it, but I would say that I enjoy having much of it -- it being something you know I am talking about.

No kissing and telling, but all I can say is: This is the life. Now if I could only graduate this semester...

Chill...

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BTW, I haven't sent my resume yet to that company, but if I get a 25k/month offer, I'd sink my teeth into it. Right away. Otherwise, I'm pursuing what I really want to do in life other than work.

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  1. wtf? another orgasmic post? tsk. tsk. tsk.

    btw, nawala ung phone ko. don't ask.

    x's. ano nga palang ie-email ko kay sir cadapan?

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