At the height of Myspace craze, a guy called “Snowflake” requested me to be a friend. I didn’t accept him knowing that I won’t ever chat to him again as this was yet another attempt of a desperate soul in search of “friends”. However, then he started pming me and wanted to know about the origin of my myspace picture which I temporarily uploaded showing me in a Tae Kwon Do outfit which I tried on at a friend’s house just for the fun of it. Once I could see his profile, I saw some 50 pictures of him in his Tae Kwon Do outfit in the most craziest poses. Ah, this guy was a maniac, I thought to myself. In fact, I was learning a martial art -Karate- at the time but I was interested in starting Tae Kwon Do, so I started replying this time, asking him a few things about the art.
This went on for months and I wished I never started. He told me every story about him and Tae Kwon Do worth or not worth mentioning alike in 7,000 word letters at a time. I felt guilty for not replying to these long essays (which I could tell he wrote himself), so I did wiki research myself to be able to form a few coherent questions about Tae Kwon Do. Shortly afterwards, I’d feel impending doom when I heard the words Tae Kwon Do again and for this reason alone, I never started the art (damn him!).
Anyhow, here is what I extracted about him in his Tae Kwon Do talks:
Snowflake began learning Tae Kwon Do at the age of 3 and had continued doing so for 20 years. Tae Kwon Do was his life and thats all he did the whole day long. Tae Kwon Do was soooooooo coool and his eternal love.
Judging by the long essays he wrote on Tae Kwon Do, which would have taken anyone hours, I did wonder what he did for a living… was he studying? Tae Kwon Do perhaps? Or did he work somewhere…. I never had opportunity to ask him in between the Tae Kwon Do.
Then I started to read all the comments girls posted on his profile. They all thanked him for “a wonderful time” and his “great services”, “hope we can bang it again soon”. WHO WAS THIS GUY?
Soon after, I sent him a message asking “Are you a prostitute?”.
He replied, “Yes, I thought you’d gathered that? I was waiting for you to request my services. Which service would you like (see my pictures)?”
I blocked him.