LIFE WITHOUT A LOVER
This is what I wrote on Facebook today to remind friends:
My mistress, Xiaomi, broke down since last night. The night was quite. I woke up in the morning even without her cock call. Have to get her fix, otherwise my days ahead will lack some fun and lustre. She was proven to be a lovely companion, spending many lonely hours together, even with intimate selfie. Today my lap pet will replace her, but she is too burdensome to hug or tug around.If you cannot contact me via my mistress (a million stresses), try my private number, the one will double balls behind. The meaning of life is found in routines and habits and the dysfunction of the mistress, (fortunately the pet does not join hands together), may cause Anxiety States in some.
Told my relative that my Xiaomi could not be turned on. She hold on to her, and diagnosed as “over heated”. “Your lady is too hot”, and need to undress. She opened her cover and gave her power a gentle rub. She responded straight away. Your xiaomi was over powered with excess forwarded mails over the last two days. Many well intended people kept forwarding similar mails endlessly, to show they were all there in the “revolution”. It was all about the protest march in Malaysia against corruption. Even the devils were holy enough to join the angels. God bless them all.
Quite an interesting post my friend, sounds like you have lost a close and intimate companion.
May her replacement live up to your expectations.
My friend, Xiaomi is my android Mi pad, made in China, like your smart phone. In a modern world, technology has become a necessity. She’s being personified.
I thought that was what I was reading, you certainly personified her, hehe.
My friend, it was all for fun. It will be hard to travel to see the penguins in Aussie land without her tomorrow.
All the best in your travels my friend, may your journey bring you joy and beautiful memories.
Thank you. I have studied and worked a decade in Australia, but hardly travel around the country. Despite this I have worked as cotton plantation worker at Wee Waa, Railway, bus conductor, Chinese restaurant waiter.
Well a decade of living here would have given you a good insight into Australia’s culture and lifestyle my friend, you did cover a very diverse employment range. Hope you definitely get a good chance to see many of our beautiful spots, if you are passing by Mildura make sure you let me know, would be nice to meet up.
My friend, I am uncertain of my daughter’s plan. I shall ask my friend over there. If I pass thru, I will try to contact you, but how?
Ph 0350233448, when your here or just let me know in email, Ian.email@example.com.
Thanks Ian. My friend stays in Eltham. I know we will spend two days at Morington Penisula. Winery /brewery and local restaurants for sure.If I can’t visit you, I will give you a call.
Great idea mate, sounds like you will be spending time down Melbourne way.