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Don’t worry about things like confidentiality. I won’t tell anyone, so feel free to share with me juicy gossips and such.
Oh, and due to the volume of email I receive, I can’t guarantee a response to every email. Sorry about that, but be assured that every email will be read.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why does your website lack colorful images and fancy animation?
That’s because I want a website that can be easily accessed by mobile devices without all the extra stuff getting in the way.
Will you answer my email?
Depends on what?
Whether it’s worth taking the time to. I usually respond only if you ask a question. Don’t look at me like that. I get lots of email every day! Don’t worry, though, all emails to me are read, regardless of whether I respond.
Will you review my stuff?
I prefer to review things on my own whims and accord, but you can always ask. I’d probably reply saying I’m too busy, unless what you are telling me sound like something I don’t come across regularly.
Why you gotta be so rude?
I hate that song.
You’re wasting your time reading romance novels.
Where’s your blog?
I used to keep one, but then I get bored of all the outrage culture, social justice warriors, and general lack of sense of humor and self awareness. I’d leave the blogging to those people who have the patience to deal with these things.
How about other forms of social media?
I don’t usually post in them. I’m Malaysian, so it’s hard for me to keep track of live discussions that place on Twitter in US time zone. I abhor Reddit because it’s basically a hive where dissenting opinions are downvoted and hidden. Tumblr is only good for free porn.
Then how will I get in touch with you?
You do know you are at the page with my email address and a contact form, right?
I just want to know where you live, how you look like, and what you are like.
Cute, but stalkers and weirdos are not my type. I’m sure there is a hook-up app out there that will get you in touch – physically – with someone you really like.
So, which hook-up app are you on?
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