Diary Of A Mad Chaos
Yesterday nothing happened after my last entry. I ended up going to sleep just past 2:00 pm. I didn’t wake up until 12:00 pm though. When I did wake up, my parents were going shopping.
When I woke up I had a shower. Then I was ready to go out.
I decided to ride to Campbelltown on my bike. First I rode to see my mum, so I could buy some moisturizer for when I shave.
After that I rode to Tatton’s house. Tatton got his hair cut today. Of all the people that I know, when they get their hair cut you can really notice the hair cut they got. But on me, you can’t notice it because I get an undercut and I have long hair.
Also Tino moved into the area where Jett lives now.
Hang Out In Campbelltown With Tatton
Tatton and me walked down to Campbelltown because I left my bike at his house. We checked out the computer place first, because Tatton wanted to check it out.
From there we walked to Workout World and looked around.
Then we walked to Cut To Threads. After a lot of thinking and going through 8 or so shirts, I picked a workout singlet.
From there we walked towards the mall. We saw Gerald on the way.
While me and Tatton were talking to him, Hudson came up to us. He came from home because he thought he’d see me down at Campbelltown.
Shopping In Campbelltown Mall
We all then walked into the mall. I bought two more shirts, one from a sport shop and another from In Sport – where I chatted up a girl while she was helping me buy the shirt. I got a see-through soccer shirt and a white bubbled Nike Shirt.
Next fortnight I am buying “going-out” pants and some shorts with holed undies in them, so my Willie stays in place. If there is money left over, then I am going to buy some perfume, or save it for when Kathryn comes down.
Tatton had to go to Gym at 4:00 pm, so we kept on shopping.
Pizza Deliveries With Rory
Then we walked to Pizza Hut. I went on pizza deliveries with Rory for the rest of the day until 5:30 pm when he finished. He dropped us off.
Tamsen Brings Min-Su On A Drive
I found out that Keith rang me up 5 minutes before I came in. I had a feeling that he would show up soon, so I had something quick to eat from the shopping that we bought today.
Ten minutes after that, he came with Tamsen and Min-Su in the car.
We drove past Pizza Hut to show Min-Su to Silvester.
Then we drove to Car Lovers, and then dropped off Min-Su.
Visit Tamsen’s House
From there we drove to Tamsen’s house. She is going to show me pictures of this girl that is supposed to be an exotic dancer that is going to marry a 40 year old, and she is just 18 years of age. She is supposed to be really sexy and have the same body of Kathryn, but have a face like Zlatica that is going out with Miroslav.
Tamsen seems to think that the girl would cheat on her man for me. I don’t really know why, because he is very rich and he would take care of her for the rest of her life. If I was her, I would get married, then file for divorce, and take half.
Free Pizza From Pizza Hut
Me and Keith just got some pizza made from Silvester because Keith set him up with Min-Su.
Planning The Workout Tomorrow
It is now 11:40 pm. I have had a lot of pizza and am ready for my workout tomorrow.
We missed out on working out today. The workouts might now be Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday for a while, until we get adjusted to the routine.
Tomorrow is going to be a big day for my upper body, with me devoting 6 sets to chest, 5 sets to back, 2 sets to biceps, 2 sets to triceps, and a set each to shoulders and forearms ,just as long as it is done within 50 minutes.
If I am feeling energetic tomorrow, I am surely going to try 160 pounds on bench press. If not, then I am going to do some dumbbell incline presses heavy.
Also tomorrow, Keith is picking me up to go to CES and look for a job.
Diary Of A Mad Chaos is a daily diary written from March 1996 until 2018, 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.