Diary Of A Mad Chaos
Last night I started to walk towards Campbelltown to have something to do. Keith picked me up on the way. We drove to Pizza Hut where Simon and Tatton were.
Visiting A Party
When Simon finished, we left for a party that Miroslav knew of.
The party itself was a shitter, but really a get together of some hotties. We basically perved and stuffed around.
The host of the house left them and came with us to Bradbury basketball courts where they wanted me to get onto her, but I ended up getting Parker onto her. She was drunk as a skunk and that’s the reason I didn’t want to try something, but she was a hottie.
Suggesting A Foursome
Parker didn’t take long to get into it. At Bradbury, we played some night ball and used the PA system, normal basic shit we do. I wanted to go foursomes with the chick, Parker, and Redd, but Parker wasn’t that type of person. He doesn’t like to share.
Last night I didn’t get to sleep until 6:00 am.
Playing Computer And Listening To Music
I woke up because Dina rang me, asking about Imad. I had no idea that the time was 1:00 pm. Shortly after, I woke up.
Today was a relaxing day for me at home, listening to music and playing computer, but boring as a mother fucka.
The only person that called me today was Simon while he was on delivery. He says he is going to call me later tonight. I wouldn’t mind if I didn’t do anything tonight, but I’d rather get out of the house.
Considering Accredited Degree For IT
I’ve decided to do a TAFE course at Campbelltown for computers and get an accredited degree, something like that. I’m getting bored.
Noise Complaint From Neighbor
Someone just came to my window while the music was changing songs. They asked me to turn it down because it was going through their house. I think it was the next door neighbor up the street. I must have good vibrating speakers now, but the problem is they sound better out of the room.
Frustrated With Kathryn
I’m starting to get pissed off with Kathryn. I don’t know if she’s busy all of the time (she must have some spare time to at least ring) or if she’s like me and waiting for the other person to make the moves. She hasn’t come over for the past week, and we don’t even have a week of time left together.
The author of Diary Of A Mad Chaos from 1996 to 2018, The Lost Years book, Wubao In China (猎艳奇缘) book series, and Foreigner (华人) an exploration of race relations in Australia. Fluent in Chinese Mandarin, Macedonian, and English, the author currently resides in China, Guangzhou where he continues to make comparative analysis of the cultural differences between Eastern and Western societies.