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Yesterday was certainly interesting. Despite a nagging toothache I finished a client's work, two seminary lectures towards another masters degree, and even had time to watch 2 episodes of "Squid Game" on Netflix.
As I was about to watch "Squid Games" on Netflix, my wife began boiling meat for our supper and then headed to the beach with our son. He likes a daily afternoon swim when the weather and the tide cooperate. I'm waiting for him to sprout gills and fins.
Based on my wife's recommendation I reluctantly added it to my playlist to watch. Since I am typically very busy each day, I had been putting it off. I cranked it up skeptically and, as a person quite familiar with the inner workings of the film business, sought to pick it apart.
Much to my surprise, I rather enjoyed the first two episodes. I'll be writing a future article on its meaning in the near future. I'm already seeing a few important and disturbing themes.
My wife has been discussing the idea of getting a tattoo with me. I gave her advice based on my experience of having 22 of them. As a woman, I advised her not to get one on her lower back or anywhere where it would show if she ever sought employment, like on her arms, hands, face, etc.
As I was finishing an episode of "Squid Game," I heard my wife and son return from the beach. "Babe, babe!" she hollered. I knew it was a joyful call so I didn't panic.
"Look - I got 2 tattoos!" She proceeded to show me one on her left bicep (oh, no!) and one on inner forearm (why?). I was utterly surprised. "What do you think - cool, right?"
"I thought we discussed this already? I asked you to let me know when you we about to get one, not two, and not because I necessarily disapprove but because I wanted to know the tattoo person and whether she or he was safe and reliable."
"Oh, it was safe. Ate (name) and ate (name) also got one each."
I looked again, shook my head, and returned to my office disappointed but not angry. She began cooking our meal.
About 20 minutes into the second episode of the nine episode series, she entered my office and showed off her tats again. "Next time ask me, okay?"
She laughed. "Prank! It's henna!"
I was relieved. But this was the third prank she had pulled on me for the week. The first one was losing her wallet, money and ID's at the market, and the second was spending 10k on a dress for a Halloween party on #Lazada.
Payback is coming. I'm thinking Halloween night would be appropriate for an ultimate prank revenge - all in good fun, of course. Ba, wah, ba wahahahahahahahaha.