Raft3r always breaks the rules. ALWAYS.
So when I initially planned to feature 12 guest bloggers, kinda knew (right off the bat) that wouldn't be the final number.
13 seems more fitting.
To end this month long fest is Atticus.
I wouldn't dare say anything more about her besides the fact that I love her dearly.
Takot akong mabatukan nya, eh.
There are divine designs we dare not question.
One of them is why Raft3r wasn’t born my little brother.
Reading his blog entries through the years, I’ve come to consider him my little brother. If you read my comments on his posts, you’ll realize that I treat him as such.
There are times I want simply want to choke him. Or eat ice cream and not give him any till he goes running to momma.
Oh, there were times he made me think: so this is how kids view society, relationships, women, and sex.
For the sex part, I almost always want to strangle him. Kiri! Malandi! Haliparot!
As I told you, there are divine designs we should not question and one of them is why Raft3r wasn’t born my little brother.
It is unfathomable why a man his age would want to call Janet Jackson his “wifey,” memorizing all her songs and even making their lyrics reference points to how he sees the world. Janet was born in 1966. Raft3r, by his posts, was born not too long ago. Maybe yesterday. Oedipus much?
Kidding aside, this kid manages to make Malibay seem habitable and fun. Whenever I drive near the area, I snicker at the thought of how Raft3r pictures where he lives.
I call the avenue where I live The Street With No Soul but I don’t want to digress. This piece isn’t about me, it’s about the young man who should thank his lucky stars I am not his big sister.
I am glad I wasn’t around after he single-handedly “arrested” the shameless man who stole his car. Then there’d be an amusing headline story about a carjacking, a smart and heroic victim, a pissed big sister, and the near-murder of a younger brother.
And then he comes up with this galactically moronic idea of shutting down his blog. If he’s a few feet away from me right now, he’d have no hearing to accompany him in his old age.
Again, there are divine designs we should not dare question, and one of them is why Raft3r wasn’t born my younger brother.
It’s to allow a free-spirited guy wreak havoc to the world as he sees fit with a smile (fine, with a sneer most of the time), minus the nagging of a big sister who wants him to behave according to her wishes.
There’s wisdom there.