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A Coffee is Good but a Beer Would Do Me a Whole Lot Better

15 February 2010 2 Comments

As I sit here in my boxers, a wool sweater, no undershirt, a big wooden cross from the Vatican, and my dusty, black Timberland boots that I borrowed to never return from a friend doing time, listening to Jim Morrison’s yelps of drug-induced insanity, drinking a Heineken in the city that produces the dreadful beverage that will one day be the cause of my kidney-failure, and smoking from a hookah at 4 in the morning, I bet my new room-mate is cursing me in his sleep. I was in the process of reading Kelly Diels’ blog… why? Well, I stumbled on to it and it’s pretty fucking great so far, that’s why. What I find real interesting about the blog is that it’s called Cleavage yet the domain name is KellyDiels. Fucking hell, it’s been over a year that I’ve been writing on this blog and nobody told me that the domain name and title of the blog can be different. Maybe it’s time to keep the domain name (ShiteILike) yet change the title to something more suitable and with more pizzazz (I fucking hate that word)… well, any suggestions?

I’ve got class at 9 in the morning and though the semester began 3 weeks ago, I still yet to meet the professor or the other students. But on the positive note, I have done a lot of travelling in the past month and I have almost completed my semi-autobiogaphic novel about those travels, entitled “Scum” or “Filth on My Shoe”, I’m still debating it. I’ve realized it’s been a while since the last time I’ve published a post that isn’t an answer to a dating question, which have been piling in like a motherfucker and I’ve finally reached the bottom of that list of incoming emails. I plan on not sleeping for another 40 or so hours, because I’ve come to the realization that I have difficulty falling asleep and then when I do finally drift, I have a really difficult time waking up in the morning, so why not just wait till I’m pass-out tired and see how that works out for me.

I was in Toronto the other week and though it’s cold and last call for drinks is 2am and prices on goods have been climbing like crazy, it does in fact have a down side to it. I know, it’s hard to believe. Well, this is kinda my own fault but my license was suspended for unpaid tickets. And then when I got it reinstated, it got suspended again a few days later because of Demerit points. And then I went to reinstate it again and again pay the $150 charge (which I completely disagree with because I’m sure it doesn’t cost the Municipal workers $150 to press a button on the computer), I was told it would take 2 months to get it reinstated. Problem is I won’t be back in the city until August and my license will expire by then and I will have to start the whole damn process of getting a license again.

Then I ran into my ex-girlfriend, yes the one that was the inspiration for “She Put Salt on the Wound” and of course something new was reignited, as it always is. And then two days later I was back in Amsterdam, getting a notification that if I didn’t pay for rent within 2 days that me along with all my shit will be tossed out like garbage. By the way I have big news that I will finally discuss here for you. Because most people who read this blog are interested in fuck-buddies and how to find fuck-buddies and how to continue a fuck-buddy relationship without all the unnecessery bullshit of a relationship, I have been in the process of writing an ebook on the subject of fuck-buddies that I’m sure most of you will enjoy. It will be compiled of 6 chapters, each starting with a personal story and each following a down-right explanation on different elements of how to attract a fuck-buddy; keep the relationship strictly sexual; how to end it; and how to deal with girls that get too emotional on you. That’s the basic outline, and if you’re interested in being an affiliate in selling the ebook, please contact me. The ebook should be completed within a month or so–though I’m enrolled full-time in University, I’ve got thursdays, fridays, saturdays, and sundays off so time isn’t my biggest constraint.


  • Jimmy said:

    Robby I really like the way you wrote this article. It’s got real great character to it. I can imagine every aspect of it. You have amazing writing skills and I can;t wait to read the f-buddy ebook when it comes out. Keep it up dude.

  • Melissa said:

    agreed, the writing is great.
    i have a suggestion for the site name: The Love Guru

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