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Monday, October 8, 2012

Tahi Tanda Kasih Sayang?

I think I don't need to publicize this post because some people might find it disgusting. However, it has been a while though since I wrote my last post. Indeed the blogger has a new look - very F5-ing (refreshing).

One weird thing came to my mind this morning as I was doing my morning ritual with Pak Tan ( a.k.a Encik Tandas for those who are not familiar with Pak Tan). Well before that, frankly speaking, I believe everyone finds poops dirty and disgusting, right? Unless you are Suparman (that's how they spell it) from Dr. Slump, then that is your favorite dish. Anyway, while I was doing the thing that I am supposed to keep it private, I came up with the idea that poop is a sign of love.

I know it's pretty weird but allow me some time to explain it to you. Ask yourselves, would you touch a stranger's poop? No, right..? Would you clean a stranger after he has done with his toilet business? No, right..? Why? Because it is (obviously) disgusting.

However, do you still remember, when you were very little, when you could barely talk, when you couldn't even stand on your feet, when all you did was crying, WHO cleaned you? Yes, they were (and I believe still are) the persons who love you. Yes, you were very annoying, and your poop smelt bad, but they wiped you.  Poop is disgusting. Wrecked poop in your diaper was far worse. Why would they clean you anyway?? If you ask me, I would say it was because no one was home and it smelt really bad I feel like punching you in the face. No, just kidding. If you ask those people who cleaned you before, they did that solely because they love you.

I know it is unbelievable for me to talk about love and stuffs but hey, this is a poop-talk okay. However, allow yourselves some time to think about what I just said. I know I can't be 100% wrong on this one. Yeah..Poop is love. I mean, cleaning poop is a sign of exceptional love. So appreciate your diaper-changer while you still can. Love you guys!   ; )

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