Ubermensch Day #24: Molest Korean Chick
Today, I mollested a Korean chick for a bit, then told her “So, we should be boyfriend and girlfriend now”. She says, “Yes”
I woke up at noon, tired as heck. Got dressed and hanged out with her for 6 hours, it was raining. We danced in the rain and kissed. I taught her how to tango.
We marched up the street and went to th first sushi restaurant we found. It was some Chinese run restaurant with a hyper attentive waitress.
The korean girl is fond of love letters, for some strange reasons. And, normally I wouldn’t write her one, but in a calculated move, I wrote her a “love letter” on a napkin while we’re eating sushi. A calculated spontaneous act, if you will.
(Later when she’s sitting on my lap and reading the letter, she says: “So you’re smarter and cooler then me huh?”. Without missing a beat, I said yes. She leans forward and makes out with me. Then she carefully stuffs the napkin love letter into her zippered purse. LOL)
We split the restaurant bill Hint: buying dinner for girls on a date is for beta males
Afterwards be bought a bottle of Apple vodka (335 ml) and got drunk.
I took her to a 5 star hotel.
“Hey baby, I’m going to show you the best hotel room, it’s right this way”.
I opened the door. It’s a stairway, where I proceeded to molest her a bit.
“Listen,” I said. “I really like you. It’s about time we become boyfriend and girlfriend now”
“Yes!” she exclaimed. “But wait, are you sure?”
“Yes,” I said.
“Are you really sure …” she said again, incredulous.
“Yes I am. Look, I’m busy. And when I’m in a relationship, I don’t mess around with other girls” as I gazed lovingly into her eyes.
“I love you” I whipsered while gazing into her eyes.
“I love you too” she chirped back.
We stayed in the stairway for a good 30 minutes.
Replacing bad Internet habits with productive ones …
Checking emails = do not check emails, unless absolutely have too
Checking facebook/twitter = do not log into it, unless absolutely necessary (better yet, don’t have an account)
Logging into messenger = do not log into messenger, unless absolutely have too
Watching retarded youtube videos = make your own youtube videos
Read a blog post = write your own blog post (or write a book)
Browsing a website to kill time = read a book
Playing World of Warcraft = it’s time for you to quit life
Now that I think of it, the Internet is such a huge double edge productivity sword
I think I can simplify my computer usage time:
Use it to learn foreign language
Use it to do video marketing
Use it to do online marketing
Use it to watch anime
Use it for shopping on Ebay
Use it for online banking
Use it for research
Notice there’s no email/facebook/twitter/blogs in the above list. Man … forget facebook, what a cesspool.
Going to get back on the grind tommorow.
Last edited by Ubermensch; 11-30-2011 at 01:21 AM.