Myself: Almost Everything to Know About Me
Many, many years ago, my father turned to my mother one night and said: “You know, you’re not really fat at all, and that nightie sure makes your tummy look just as flat as the backside of an Irish princess.” But mother shushed: “Shh, the kids are sleeping! Besides, if you had been the one cleaning all day, there’s nothing that you’d want more than a quiet, good night sleep.” “Yeah, sorry about that,” father responded—“But do you by any chance fancy cleaning one more pikin?” Mother then mumbled something about heavenly bliss and father’s fist in his pocket to which he ejaculated: “That’s not my fist!” Moments later, I found myself swimming in the Milky Jay river, competing with several million contestants to win the Ovarian Prize. After biting a couple of tails, I eventually won the race and was customarily rewarded after a nonuple months. In honor of my athletic prowess, I was also given the special bonus ability to micturate while standing.
Seven days after my birth, mother proposed that I be named after a Biblical angel so as to bring grace into my life. Father said his own name suited me just fine. One distant uncle also said: “Can you work my name somewhere in there too? It sure will make me feel more relevant.” A decade later, they were all disappointed. The angel took a trip around the world and screamed in horror when he saw me: “That boy is nothing like me!” Father came home one evening and announced: “I demand a paternity test!” That uncle too tried to say something but all I could hear was a croak. Anyway, I made it through my rock-and-roll teenage years with a cool head, surviving unrelenting floods of vicious accusations and scandalous trials about which I would delight in having the honor to brief you in the following paragraphs; and for the first time, give the truthful account of the stories and expose the gross hypocrisy of my detractors.
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