Before I start whining, I think not a lot of you (if not all of you) know that Honey Lips is back in London. I'm still back home, enjoying the delicious cooking of my mother, whose aim is to make me lose weight and not the reverse. Maybe that's why she's starving me, like I'm having tea and/or coffee, and baguette for lunch! Terrible! Well not that much. I enjoy eating bread and it doesn't take a rocket scientist to know how to spread butter, right? There you go...
Anyway, between looking for jobs - I might as well make some money while I'm here -, and being home alone, I'm savoring every second of this temporary respite. And not to sound too catty, I hate being disturbed. Especially on days I'm feeling good (remember I said I was craving for some single days?) and feel like talking en-tete-a-tete with myself. Like this morning, I woke up, very chirpy.
I'm by my desk-table, just finished pulling on a cigarette (hard to kick off that smoking habit, yo!), when I heard the side gate protesting noisily.
Oh Lord! Who is it now? Not my cousin? I can't take her righteous self right now!
Don't get me wrong. I like her. She's okay. But, man, give me a break! Yesterday, we spend a couple of hours together. I got nothing more to tell her. Well, not at the moment anyway.
So I waited for her knock. I went downstairs to open the door and let her in. Forcing a happy-to-see-you grin, I invited her to come upstairs. After a half an hour of useless banter, I helped her out with her resume and all. Minutes later, she said she had to go (Oh yes!) but she was not budging! She then recommended me a movie (comedy) and I okayed. She's still not budging FFS! I had to look up the movie on YouTube (stingy arses that we are!) and she watched the first 10 minutes of the movie with me!
"This movie is so funny, and the guy is so sexy. I love him. The end is so hilarious. I was laughing so hard my belly ached!", she interrupted my murderous thoughts.
"Look, what's he going to do! He's so cute!", she continued.
"Oh no, don't tell me...I want to watch it!", I faked a protest. But no, really, if you'd already watched the movie, spare me the on-the-side comments and let me enjoy the movie. Please!
"Oh I wasn't going to tell you what'd happen next. I'm not like that", she bit back. Grrr...
A couple of deep chuckles here and there, her phone rang. It was her mother.
"Okay, I gotta go." Well, I'd hope so!
Eventually, she did leave! Like, five minutes after.
Well, hey, Internet is my sister, my brother, my cousin, my uncle, my aunty....and now my husband too! Don't blame me....seesh...