Diary Of A Mad Chaos
Job Interview In Padstow
It didn’t take long for me to find the place. I was just 10 minutes late for the interview but it didn’t matter.
The reception I received was nice.
After 10 minutes of waiting I got interviewed. We spent about 20 minutes talking about the job and its prospects. We also talked about me, what I am looking forward to doing, and where I am going in life.
The interview was a success and he should call me within the next week to get me for another interview. The second interview he asked me to work on Wordperfect 6.0 to demonstrate what I can do.
I got it all done.
Visit Bình’s Shop
I left around 3:00 pm headed for home.
I went to Bình’s shop. Him and Chí were working there. I stopped off to talk to them and Natasha was also there.
He told me that tonight he is going to Intensity because Leroy’s brother is leaving tonight.
I also talked a bit to Natasha.
Then I saw Imad. Imad and me went to his bank to check if his money was coming out. I found out some stuff from him.
Imad and Dina started ‘clothes bonking’ on their second day of going out. He said that yesterday – or some time ago – he and her went a bit further without having sex. Dina was rubbing on Imad and then she started to cry. Imad doesn’t know what the problem is and I don’t have a clue either because I can’t understand her. What just popped into my head just then is that maybe she was raped when she was younger.
Anyways, I went home after that.
Bump Into Nina
At Bradbury shops who do I see but Nina. She told me that Kathryn has now got pink hair and a tattoo of an Evil Cat on her thigh. She might have a bellybutton ring too. She still works and she is trying to save up enough money to come down next holiday’s. She isn’t going out with Lazarus anymore. When she comes back, I might be bonking her constantly.
I’m having something to eat now. Then I am going to the gym and Imad is coming down to my house later tonight.
As for now…
Diary Of A Mad Chaos is a daily diary written from March 1996 until 2020, of which individual books and book series have been created, namely “The Lost Years” an exploration of young, entwined love, the “Wubao In China (猎艳奇缘)” book series which provides an extensive comparative analysis of the cultural differences between Eastern and Western societies, and the book titled “Foreigner (华人)” an exploration of race relations in Australia.