Two names that go synonymously. That’s how I call myself these days.

Naming yourself after a villain, let alone a Super Mario villain does not look or sound enticing. Trust me, I know. But some names just stick to you, like the childhood nickname you got that resulted from a funny incident. It grows on you.

I do not want to post my pictures here, nor use my real name. Some of you may know me personally, but I want to detach whatever idea you have about me and just focus on what I write. Most of the time, friends would tell me that I seem to be a different person either personally, or in my blog. I just don’t look like someone who would write a blog, that’s it. Or I do, but you get the point.

I want to be in a separate reality where I just write whatever I want without being compared to my physical self. “You don’t look like you write”, or I didn’t imagine you’d look like this” is great at some point, but a blog is intended to be read, not just looked at.

Updates every weekend, if all goes well.

18 thoughts on “Who

  1. Amen to that! I’m often told by my friends who read happen to read the few serious posts of mine that it doesn’t seem to be something my bubbly personality would do. But as you say, what we write isn’t anything to do with our image or personality. Anyway, I’ll stop babbling now. Thank you for the sub! I’m curious how you ended up at my blog? πŸ™‚
    Anyway, thanks once more!


  2. Same here. I do not feel comfortable when the ones reading my blog are people I know that’s why as much as I’d like to boost my stats, I opted to not to promote it any way. Thanks for subscribing by the way. πŸ™‚

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